AGSU

 

FLYING CROSS ® - YOUR OFFICIAL MANUFACTURER OF THE ARMY SERVICE GREEN UNIFORM


 

Uniforms have gone through many changes over the course of our country's history, but Flying Cross has been a steady and reliable partner for almost two centuries of that time.

With this unparalleled depth of experience, we have honed the craft of producing and delivering precision-fit uniforms with great care and attention-to-detail. Throughout our decades of service to those who serve, our uniforms have embodied values of duty, honor and heritage and been proudly worn by our nation’s defenders.

We continue to respect that sacred trust and tradition with the U.S. Army’s most recent uniform program – the Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU).

The AGSU reflects the iconic ‘Pinks and Greens’ uniform worn by America’s ‘Greatest Generation’ during World War II, and Flying Cross has worked closely with the US Army to manufacture a head-to-toe solution that delivers the historically-authentic look, with the professional, functional features required by the modern Soldier.



ARMY GREEN SERVICE UNIFORM AVAILABILITY

The Army Green Service Uniform will be adopted as everyday business wear early 2020. For up-to-date information on the uniform availability, sign up for our news alerts.

 

AGSU KIT INFORMATION

 AGSU PRIDE

Be the first to know and sign up below. Components of the Army Greens uniform include, but are not limited to

 

The components of the Army Green Service Uniform include:

  • Pants and Slacks
  • Shirts/Overblouses (1x Long Sleeve/1x Short Sleeve)
  • Dress Coat
  • Garrison Cap
  • Service Cap
  • Tie
  • Belt
  • Belt Buckle
  • Oxford Shoes
  • Socks
  • Cap Insignia
  • All-Weather Coat
  • Unit/Combat Patches
  • Tabs
  • Service Stripes
  • Overseas Bars and Ranks
  • Dress Gloves

 


HOW TO MEASURE FOR A PRECISE FIT

AGSU FIT


View our video on uniform measuring for more detailed information.





 

 

OUR HERITAGE

AGSU Heritage


As one of the original manufacturers of the Pinks and Greens uniform, Flying Cross prides itself in having taken part in such an monumental moment in history. Now, as the authentic manufacturer of the Army Greens uniform, we are once again are honored to continue to build a rich history supporting the U.S. Army.

From the initial Pinks and Greens uniform in 1941, to years of design collaborations in which the uniform inspired, Flying Cross has taken a step at every turn to preserve the intricate beauty and strength of the Army Greens.


AGSU WWII



DATE

EVENT

1941

Fechheimer manufactures ‘Pinks and Greens’ uniform during WWII

1975

Texas A&M Corps of Cadets selects Fechheimer WWII-inspired uniform

2017

Fechheimer begins work with Army PEO to develop new retro uniform plans

2017

Army unveils prototype of new Service Green Uniform at AUSA.

2017

New retro style Army Green Service Uniform is worn at the Army-Navy football game.

2018

New Army Green Service Uniforms worn on Capitol Hill

2018

Army announces the return of WWII-inspired uniform worn by “The Greatest Generation”

2019

Fechheimer measures 200 generals and senior leaders for a limited user evaluation

2019

Fechheimer delivers limited user sets

2019

General Robert Brown wears the new AGSU by Fechheimer at the AUSA Global Force Symposium in Huntsville, AL

2019

Fechheimer delivers 500 sets of the new service uniform to recruiters and other senior leaders

2019

Fechheimer uniforms will be worn at D-Day 75th anniversary events

2020

New uniforms allowed to be worn by all soldiers

2028

Deadline to replace ASU

 


NEWS AND UPDATES




Stay up-to-date with the latest in news about the Army Green Service Uniform. Register here.

DATE

PUBLICATION

ARTICLE

01/04/19

Army Times

New in 2019: The new Army Greens uniform is scheduled for a grand summer debut

01/04/19

Army Times

It's official: Army approves 'pinks and greens' uniform on Veterans Day

02/05/19

Stars and Stripes

New retro-style Army Greens to hit the streets this year in phased rollout

03/06/19

Army Times

Here’s an early look at the new officer Army Greens

04/03/19

Army Times

This Company is cranking out 500 Army Greens uniforms for a D-Day anniversary event

05/05/19

The New York Times

To Stand Out, the Army Picks a New Uniform With a World War II Look

 


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

AGSU FAQ

What is AGSU?

Kit Contents Male: 2x Trousers, 2x Shirts (1x Long Sleeve / 1x Short Sleeve), 1x Dress Coat, 1x Garrison Cap, 1x Service Cap, 1x Tie, 1x Belt, 1x Belt Buckle, 1x Oxford Shoes, 2x Socks, 1x Cap Insignia, 1x All-Weather Coat, Unit/Combat Patches, Tabs, Service Stripes, Overseas Bars and Ranks

Kit Contents Female: 2x Slacks, 2x Overblouses (1x Long Sleeve / 1x Short Sleeve), 1x Dress Coat, 1x Garrison Cap, 1x Service Cap, 1x Tie, 1x Belt, 1x Belt Buckle, 1x Oxford Shoes, 2x Socks, 1x Cap Insignia, 1x All-Weather Coat, Unit/Combat Patches, Tabs, Service Stripes, Overseas Bars and Ranks

How do I order my AGSU?

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“The Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU) will be available soon for commercial sales. FlyingCross.com is the premier manufacturer of the uniform kit and components. If you would like to be alerted as soon as the AGSU is released, please Sign Up for our newsletter

How to measure/size my AGSU?

It is recommended that you use a professional tailor for measuring. When visiting the tailor please use the AGSU Measurement Form. The form can be downloaded here.

If you are unable to meet with a professional tailor, you can perform a self-measure. Check out this video for measuring basics.

Who can purchase an AGSU

The New AGSU will become the everyday business-wear uniform for all soldiers.

 

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