The Marines may be going to war.

But their uniforms aren’t.

The US Marine Corps uniform is not as uniformed as they are saying.

They say so.

But what does the Marines’ uniform say?

We asked the Marines and their uniform maker, Marine Corps Uniforms and Equipment Corporation (MCVAE), and the Marine Corps Commandant General to answer that question and more.

Here is a breakdown of the USMC uniform’s basic design and function.

The uniform consists of two uniform pieces, the waistcoat and the trousers.

Each piece is composed of three different types of fabric and three different color combinations.

The waistcoat is a fabric that has two layers, a material that is more durable than cotton, and a layer that has a softer, more absorbent material.

The fabric is composed primarily of a soft, stretchy, waterproof polyester fabric called TPU.

The trousers are made from a lightweight fabric that is breathable, soft and breathable.

The elastic at the bottom of the trousers allows the trousers to slide up and down and down without the need for a pull.

The waistcoat can be worn in the front or the back of the uniform.

In the front, the fabric is worn over the top of the waist, forming a pouch.

When worn in front, it has a high collar and a low collar.

The pouch is held in place by a belt or by a buckle.

In back, the trousers are worn over both the front and the back.

The belt and buckle are worn around the waist and at the waist.

The pants can be tied at the side or at the front.

The lower-back portion of the pants is the only part of the pant that is not made of polyester.

The front-facing fabric, known as the vest, is used for the collar and the belt.

The back-facing part of each pair of trousers is made of the same fabric, and the lower-front part is used to tie the trousers together.

Each pair of pants also has its own individual belt and buckle, as shown below.

The navy blue pants worn by sailors at sea are a classic example of the military uniform.

The navy blue, like the navy, is a color that has many meanings.

First, navy is associated with strong, bright blue, and its association with the navy comes from its military origins.

Second, the blue color comes from the sea.

The military refers to this as “blue.”

And, third, the navy is considered to be the color that comes closest to the colors of the United States flag.

The Navy has always used a blue background for its uniforms.

However, in the 1990s, the Navy adopted a white background, which has many uses.

The current uniform used a navy blue color.

The blue is the same color used in the flag of the Philippines, which is blue-green in color.

The Navy has also worn the same colors on its helmets, and on its uniforms, since its founding in 1917.

The colors used on the helmets have varied over time.

Some military leaders have worn blue helmets in the 1930s.

Others have worn white helmets in more recent years.

The helmets worn by the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, which the Navy’s Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral William McRaven, used during the Iraq War, are blue and yellow.

Other military leaders wear red helmets, which are blue in color, and other military leaders don’t wear red or blue helmets at all.

The green and brown helmets worn in recent years by members of the Marine Band of the Blue Angels are navy blue.