On the instruction of King Mohammed VI, Supreme Commander and Chief of Staff of the Royal Armed Forces (FAR), all soldiers of the Royal Armed Forces units, including land, air and sea, will wear a new combat uniform, as of the 15th of this month of July.
The new uniform consists of combat clothing woven from a high quality ripstop (camouflage) fabric that is tough and tear resistant and waterproof, as well as soft and comfortable ankle boots.
This is a distinctive design that matches the latest developments in military clothing.
The change in combat dress is part of the improvement of the working conditions of FAR personnel and aims to promote the development and modernization of capabilities, particularly in terms of human resources.
The new military uniform features several colors that help camouflage and adapt to desert and forest environments, as this uniform is part of the new generation of military clothing.
It should be noted that changing the military uniform would positively affect the work of the soldiers of the Royal Armed Forces (FAR). This is part of the continued progress and development of the military institution under the supreme leadership of the Supreme Commander and Chief of General Staff of the Royal Armed Forces King Mohammed VI.