The United States Armed Forces have a variety of uniforms and regulations that members of the Kentucky military must adhere to. Currently, the Army and Air Force have one dress uniform each, while the Marine Corps and Navy have two and three respectively. The Army is the only service that does not have a uniform for everyday business environments. The green uniform is the daily service uniform for all soldiers, while the current military service uniform (ASU) is used for more formal occasions.
The Marine Corps has two dress uniforms: the MCCUU (forest and desert variants). Coast Guard members assigned to deployed or deployable units and those cross-assigned to Navy commands carry the NWU. General officers wear pants in the same color as the jacket, with two golden half-inch braids separated by half an inch. All other officers and enlisted personnel wear light blue pants with a single 1 ½ inch gold braid.
For gala events, this uniform is worn with a white formal dress shirt with a winged collar, a white vest and a white bow tie. No matter your branch, every service member has several uniforms. Generally speaking, most service members have a service uniform similar to an everyday suit, a camouflage combat uniform, a physical training uniform, and a formal dress uniform. However, there are several different versions of each of them, depending on the individual branch of the service member, job function, geographical location, and even the time of year.