The Army, the Air Force and the National Guard soon won't be the only ones sporting the Operational Camouflage Uniform.

A non-Defense Department state volunteer defense force is next in line to get the new camo.

Beginning in March, the New York Guard state defense force will begin transitioning from the digital camouflage Army Combat Uniform to the OCP for practicality, according to a news release.

The volunteer force -- which augments the National Guard -- will switch to the new uniforms because they are more readily available than the older ones, which are no longer being manufactured, the release said. The announcement has since been removed. Read More