BLUE ASH, Ohio — As the start of a new decade in American history creeps closer, Fechheimer Brothers Company is helping the United States Army resurrect something classic: The World War II-era uniform known colloquially as “the pinks and greens.”

The Blue Ash-based uniform manufacturer helped the Army redesign the iconic 1940s look, instantly recognizable even now by its slim, belted green jacket, khaki shirt and tie, and rose-tinted brown pants. The Army plans to debut the new wardrobe starting in spring 2020, when it will replace the blue day-to-day service uniform issued in 2010. Read More