1. I thought the woodland and dsert were phased out years ago except for special units.
2. My guess is they took airman and gave them blouses to demonstrate the uniform options, but didn't use the pants. The photo is showing the different types, not a confusing mix and match scheme.
3. Whoever signed off on that photo...I hope a dog shits on their pillow.
Starting October 1, 2018, the Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform will be the new uniform of the U.S. Air Force. The OCP Replaces the Airman Battle Uniform, which has been the standard uniform since 2011, when it replaced both the woodland camouflage Battle Dress Uniform and Desert Camouflage Uniform. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel Ter Haar)
That's terrible. Obviously, the Airmen were wearing ABUs and just switched blouses. That's all that should've been visible but why TSgt Ter Haar, along with everyone else that approved it's publishing, couldn't figure it out is beyond me. What do they have a one man PAO office? Also agree with AWP, BDU and DCU were phased out several years ago, so not sure why they were even included in the photo.