Army Combat Shirt (ACS) Flame resistant shirt which is worn under the Outer Tactical Vest in combat operations. This shirt could be done in two different camouflage patterns:
Class I: UCP – Universal Camouflage Pattern
Class II: OCP-Operation Endurance Freedom Pattern
- The shirt shall be a multi-fabric design using three (3) separate cloths for the main garment construction.
- The shirt shall have an elbow pad covered with flame resistant fabric and coated with abrasion resistant dots.
- Two sleeve pockets with slide fastener openings. Each pocket has an outside fastener tape to place the different badges combat units or services. Left pocket has a belt which hides or shows to expose an infrared seal (IFF- Identification Friend or Foe) which it's used in missions to identify the same army soldiers or allies. For protection and durability, the IFF seal is covered when using the uniform inside the military base.
- Left sleeve have a two (2) compartment pencil pocket.