The Canadian Armed Forces has recently introduced new military furniture and has also been adding more ‘military-style’ furniture, such as the C-130 Hercules and the new C-17 Globemaster.
But that’s not all.
In a statement, the Canadian Forces said it is now working with the military to “bring more ‘modern’ military comfort, style and performance features to military-style furniture.”
The military is also “looking at adding new capabilities and accessories to its existing range of military-grade equipment and accessories, including a new generation of modular military furniture that is designed for use in the modern military environment.”
Military furniture is not the only thing the military is doing to change the look of its vehicles and uniforms.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police recently changed the way it dresses its officers, replacing the white and gold uniforms with grey and blue uniforms.
But there are also changes coming to its uniforms and vehicles, including the addition of “military-grade” uniforms for the Royal Canadian Air Force and Royal Canadian Navy.
The military has also taken steps to make its uniforms look more modern, with more reflective fabrics and more camouflage.
The RCMP says the changes will help to improve visibility for police officers, and are designed to make the uniform more “inclusive and inclusive of people with different skin tones and backgrounds.”
In a statement to CBC News, the RCMP said it has been looking at how uniforms can better reflect Canadian society.
“Our new uniform is a testament to the diversity of our country and the hard work of many dedicated employees who work tirelessly to make it a success,” the statement read.
“As we look to incorporate the military’s best technology and capabilities to better meet the needs of our forces, we are also taking steps to ensure that uniform design remains true to the Canadian spirit.”