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Army vs. Navy: Who Released The Sharper 2020 Uniforms?

Army vs. Navy: Who Released The Sharper 2020 Uniforms?

The 121st edition of the Army vs Navy game will take place on Saturday, December 12th.

In honor of the United States Naval Academy celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, the Midshipmen are bringing out a very special set of uniforms.

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“Inspired by the historic architecture, the 2020 Navy uniform highlights the marble stone pattern featured in its landmark buildings: the Naval Academy Chapel and Bancroft Hall,” Navy’s website noted.

“The high contrast of the white veins on the navy stone liken to that of the whitecaps on the rough open seas. This custom pattern was appropriately named ‘Ocean Camo’ by the Under Armour design team.”

Army, meanwhile, will wear uniforms celebrating the contributions of the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division, nicknamed “Tropic Lightning.”

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“Among their division, the wolfhounds struck fear into the enemy with their ferocious fighting nature in combat,” Army’s website noted. “The Wolfhounds live up to their motto with a no fear on Earth mindset.”

This year’s Army vs Navy showdown was moved to West Point from Philadelphia as a result of attendance restrictions placed on outdoor events in Pennsylvania.

It’ll mark the first time the game has been played on a campus since 1943.

Navy currently leads in the all-time series 61-52.

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