President Barrack Obama has vowed that U.S will tone down its presence in Libya as it does not want to be the pre-eminent force in the African country.
Effective tomorrow, U.S troops will abandon their traditional bright green mottled digital "MultiCam" camouflage uniforms in favour of the much more conservative coyote brown Universal Camouflage pattern wear.
U.S Army Commander Jefferson Colbender The Third advised that the new camouflage wear will blend in more easily with the desert environment our troops will encounter.
Moreover, when soldiers carry out their legendary drill routines, they will be maintaining a much lower profile than in previous campaigns on account of the introduction of rubber, rather than metal, rifle butts, which should greatly reduce the noise level when their weapons make contact with the ground.
The wearing of plimsoles rather than leather paraade shoes will further decrease the sonic disruption of our drill routines.
Army officers hope that these measures will achieved the desired effect.