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The Army Class A Uniform is also known as Class A's, Army Dress Greens, or Green Service Uniform and was officially adopted in 1954. The unique shade of Green on the Class A Uniform helped provide a distinct difference from the other branches of service as well as civilian workers. The Green Dress Uniform has been worn by Enlisted Personnel and Officers of the U.S. Army.
However, the Class A Uniform is no longer being issued to Army Servicemen or women as of 2010 and is scheduled to be discontinued in 2014. The new Blue Army Service Uniform (ASU) is now being issued to soldiers and will be the new Army Dress Uniform. Several ROTC and JROTC Units also wear the Army Class A Uniform.
The Combat Service Identification Badge or CSIB, is a silver or gold metal device that is worn on the right pocket of the Army Service Uniform (ASU).
This badge identifies combat service with a United States Army unit. This item is worn on the Army ASU Uniform, it is not worn on the Class A Uniform or the ACUs.
(Pictured to the left is the 18th Airborne Division CSIB)