Since the U.S. Army announced its decision to bring back the World War II-era “pinks and greens” service uniform, a Hodgenville industry has been busy making prototypes and sending out the first shipment of the new uniforms used in Memorial Day festivities.

Nationwide Uniform, a Fechheimer, Ohio-based company that manufactures the Flying Cross branded military, law enforcement and other service uniforms, is outfitting recruiters, Army band members and senior officials for the initial roll-out of what’s referred to as the Army Service Greens.

According to the company’s website, Fechheimer produced the World War II uniforms for officers. Nationwide Uniform plant manager Mark Maloney said they are excited to be part of the rebirth of the vintage look uniform for the Army, along with other service clothing upgrades in the future. Read More