Sure, it's an honor and a privilege to outfit the men and women of Desert Storm but what're you supposed to wear when you face down your own Storm...of Rain?!? Covering both angles, Spiewak.
Having outfitted the US armed forces since Austria-Hungary were joined at the nation-state, Spiewak's new Spring/Summer collection spins vintage and military-inspired styles into sleek, utilitarian urban outerwear with classic field coats, lightweight raingear, and ideal "cool summer night" jackets, perfect gladiators in the never ending battle for your fashion. New looks include the wrinkled poplin Chester w/ Taffeta lining, Mandarin collar, and shoulder epaulets; the fitted, medium weight cotton poplin navy O'Brian Pea coat w/ oversized buttons and collar; and a turf green lightweight Slub Nyco zip-up shell w/ mock collar w/ snap button tab closure, and front & back storm flaps called the Euclid, to better conceal your own flawed geometry. SW also keeps you dry/cool with lightweight rainwear like the longish, 34-inch Slub Nyco, poly-mesh-lined Oatmeal Bradford windbreaker/anorak featuring a hood; the slightly sheened/cross-dyed poplin Highland; and a sporty urban rain number made from Tekora Ripstop called the Croton Storm -- also IMDB's working name for the Wahlberg/Clooney sequel w/ mo' flowers and less murderous ocean.
If you still need more jacket from SW, they've got the rugged Grant, a treated canvas zip-up w/ shoulder epaulets and button tab collar, and the streamlined McClary Field Jacket w/ the rollaway hood that you'll need, especially if you find yourself mired in a second Rain Storm due to faulty information.