The Navy is moving away from a uniform policy requiring unisex looks after some complained about fit, rank placement and other issues, a top admiral said Tuesday.

Male and female sailors have been wearing similar-looking uniforms since then-Navy Secretary Ray Mabus ordered the sea services to develop unisex items in 2015. The policy was driven by Mabus' thought that when someone sees a sailor or Marine, they should not be able to immediately tell whether they're a man or a woman based on the cut of their uniforms. Read More