- The Army Aircrew Combat Uniform (A2CU) is a two-piece flight suit that offers the soldier protection from flash fires. The coat is similar to the ACU in design, with a stand-up collar featuring a front extension, shoulder patches, a front zipper, two inside hanging chest pockets with flaps; adjustable waist; two-piece set-in sleeves with elbow patches; two sleeve utility pockets with flaps.
- The current Improved Aviation Battle Dress Uniform protective clothing system and provides operational effectiveness, fit, suitability, and durability, addressing near-term Air Warrior requirements in the universal camouflage pattern. The Air crew Uniform is made of a blend of 92 percent Nomex, 5 percent Kevlar, and 3 percent anti-static dissipative fiber.
- Secured Velcro/Zippered pockets
- Knife pocket (in the event of a necessary ejection from aircraft this enables aircrewman to cut himself free from entaglements with secured knife)
- Thigh pockets
- Waist tabs
- Zippered fly
- Two back flap pockets
- Ankle cuff tabs