Air Marshals Dress Code Changed, That Sound You Hear Is Hundreds Of Brown Ties Hitting The Trash Can

When the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel designated the Federal Air Marshal Service as “company of the month” for the number of rooms they reserved, the Air Marshals knew there may be a problem with their increasingly futile quest to remain undercover.

Not only that, but Air Marshals were subjected to a dress code that risked making them stand out in a crowd to say the least. Now we’re told that’s been taken care of:

Federal Air Marshal Service chief Dana Brown, who has been in the job for five months, said he was changing the rules, starting Sept. 1, after listening to air marshals’ concerns.

In a memo to the air marshals, Brown said the dress code was changed to “allow you to blend in and not direct attention to yourself, as well as be sufficiently functional to enable you to conduct your law enforcement responsibilities.”

And now, without further adieu, here are the new and improved undercover air marshal uniforms:


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