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Fatigue Utility consisted of a light blue youth shirt and a dark blue jeans deck trousers, which were not allowed to be worn by sailors on deck at the beginning of World War II, because it was not easy to see people (because of the color of the blue sky and white clouds) when the ship arrived at port, and was ready for war. The blue naval uniform was abolished and put into use, even for non-military recruits. In 1944, the military developed the OD military green uniform to replace the naval uniform, but it was not completely replaced. Until the end of World War II, the blue naval uniform was still a symbol of the U.S. Navy. (It's probably why the navy suit is so classic, blue goes deep into the heart of the army, green goes to the army.) There are so many young cloth shirts that have been distributed by the military or in civilian commercial versions, and it has to be said that the boom has affected the present day.