Fort Hood, Texas — (AP) When the Army green berets are pulled up, it’s a nod to the men who wore them, soldiers and civilians alike.
But for some soldiers, they are also reminders of their nation’s history in the face of Islamic extremists, as well as the horrors of World War II.
So how do you wear your Army green army green to war veterans, and how do they feel about wearing the military’s uniform in the eyes of some veterans?
The Army green is worn for military purposes by the soldiers who wear them.
Soldiers who wear the green are seen as patriotic and have the right to wear the berets to military ceremonies.
But it is also a symbol of a military that has lost its way, and has lost faith in the military.
Some veterans have worn the beret for funerals, funerals of friends and loved ones, funeral parades, as part of a tradition known as “blackouts” during military funerals.
Others have worn it in remembrance of loved ones who were killed in battle.
Many soldiers wear berets because of military regulations and regulations of dress, according to Maj. Steve Kretz, a spokesman for the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command.
But some soldiers see it as an insult.
They say wearing berets at funerals and funerals is disrespectful and unprofessional.
In one instance, a Marine who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2014 told The Associated Press he was upset about the military wearing beards at funeralls.
The Army is trying to make the beards more accepted in its ranks, said Sgt. Christopher Bowers, a spokesperson for the Green Berets Association of America.
“The Army has been making strides in our understanding and acceptance of beards,” Bowers said.
“It’s an opportunity to show respect and honor the men and women who put their lives on the line for our nation.”
Bowers said the military is looking to make beards a more prominent part of its uniform, a trend that is already evident on the battlefield.
“We see it with our soldiers, it is seen with our marines, it will continue to be seen,” Bower said.