The Salute Uniforms’ AGSU: The Best That Money Can Buy—Period

Don’t be fooled by uniform vendors that make vague claims about manufacturing the AGSU to “higher standards.”

Unlike previous uniforms featuring components that could be manufactured with materials of varying quality, the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center ("Natick" for short) opted to authorize only one material—the optimal one—for manufacturing each part of the AGSU. Simply put, there is no “higher standard” material any manufacturer could use and still receive Army certification for its products.

Quality of workmanship is the other major area that Natick focuses on intently during the certification process. Not only did our uniforms pass thorough and rigorous inspection, their excellent quality was also part of the reason that the Army has asked us to work with them on the design of new uniform components in the production pipeline. When it comes to quality of construction, we're ready to put our AGSUs up against those of any manufacturer or retailer.
Our AGSU is certified by the Army so you can shop with confidence.
Our commitment to quality means you can wear it with pride.

The Army Green Service Uniform

The U.S. Army Enlisted Female Green Service Uniform (AGSU) is nearly identical to the AGSU worn by Officers, with the primary differences being the addition of shoulder loops on Officer AGSU shirts and the lack of braid on the sleeves of the AGSU Coat. The AGSU is being phased in over a period of ten years from the date of its approval. Soldiers and Officers will have until 2028 to replace their blue Army Service Uniforms (ASU), which will be designated as Dress uniforms from that point forward.

Commonly called “Pink and Greens,” the AGSU draws heavily upon the proud heritage forged by the United States Army in the 20th century. The design for the AGSU was approved on 11 November 2018, the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice—an event whose arrival was unquestionably hastened by the bravery and courage displayed by hundreds of thousands of American troops fighting in France between 1917 and 1918. And the look of the AGSU closely resembles the Army Service Uniform worn by Army Officers between the early 1930s, during World War II, and up until 1954 and the arrival of the old Army Class A Green uniform.

Simply put, it is the uniform of the "Greatest Generation," designed with the goal of instilling Soldiers and Civilians alike with the sense of patriotism, unity, and purpose that guided the country to victory in the two largest conflicts the world has ever endured.

About Natick Certification

We worked closely with U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center (NSSC), informally referred to as simply “Natick,” to earn certification for our AGSU ever since its authorization was announced in late 2018. Certification is your guarantee that our uniforms are manufactured with Army-approved materials and that their construction has met or surpassed Natick standards. It also allows our AGSUs to be sold at Army base Exchanges.

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