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American Apparel to Supply US Navy Task Force Uniform Items

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US Navy Working TFU American Apparel in Selma, AL received a maximum $8.1 million firm-fixed-price with indefinite-quantity contract to supply items for the US Navy Task Force Uniform (TFU). The original Navy TFU contract was awarded to Wellstone Apparel in 2007; American Apparel purchased Wellstone in 2009. The Navy TFU was redesigned in 2006 to provide a single working uniform for all ranks. The BDU-style working uniform, designed to replace 7 different styles of working uniforms, is made of a permanent press 50/50 nylon and cotton blend. The working TFU includes several cold weather accessories, such as a unisex pullover sweater, a fleece jacket, and a parka. It is made in 3 variants, all in a multi-color digital print pattern: predominately blue, with some gray, for the majority of sailors and shipboard use; a woodland digital pattern; and a desert digital pattern. The service TFU is comprised of a short-sleeve khaki shirt for men and an over-blouse for women, made from a 75/25 polyester and wool blend, with permanent military creases, black trousers for men with beltless slacks for females and optional beltless skirt, and a black unisex garrison cap. The service uniform will also include a black Eisenhower-style jacket […]

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