Under Secretary of the U.S. Army Ryan McCarthy on President Trump’s 2020 budget proposal, efforts to improve U.S. military readiness and the tech threat from China. The U.S. Army is planning to roll out new uniforms, which look very similar to ones members have worn in the past. A spokesperson for the Army told FOX Business that the look – which was worn by soldiers in World War II and the Korean War – is “one of the most admired and recognizable” in the service’s history. “The reintroduction of this uniform is meant to inspire trust and confidence in our soldiers’ professionalism and readiness,” Heather J. Hagan told FOX Business. During an address at the Wounded Warriors Project Soldier Ride last month, President Trump said the uniforms would be expensive. “In the Army, we’re even getting new uniforms and those beautiful new uniforms with the belt. It was a big deal — the belt,” Trump said. “And if you think those uniforms were inexpensive, they were very expensive. They were very.  But they wanted it and we got it.” Hagan told FOX Business, however, that the new uniform will have no additional cost for either the American taxpayer or enlisted soldiers. The higher ...