I’m in the US Army – wait until you see me out of my uniform, people say it makes them want to enlist | The Sun

A WOMAN in the U.S. Army may be doing more for recruitment than Uncle Sam – if some men on TikTok are to be believed.

Moe typically wears a uniform, including fatigues, when she's on the job – but her after-work transformation has some men promising to enlist.

Moe, who goes by @sheeshh.moe on TikTok, is a member of the US Army – which means she wears a uniform to work each day.

In a TikTok video, she said she often gets asked what she looks like when wearing anything other than her usual attire.

She began by showing her work garb: she either wears a navy tracksuit or a camouflage set – both of which cover her entire body.

Next, she revealed some of her favorite out-of-work outfits, which all showed a lot more skin.


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She paired ripped blue jeans with a white fitted crop top that accentuated her curves.

She then filmed herself in a casual black hoodie, with her hair in loose curls and her makeup done up.

Her third look – a black T-shirt with her hair in braids – made her feel cute and happy.

As for her cozy attire, she wore a long-sleeve grey t-shirt and her hair in tight curls with natural makeup.

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Her next look was one for a night out: a tight black mini dress that revealed her cleavage and midriff.

And her final look was perfect for dinner with friends: an off-the-shoulder mini dress that revealed her long legs, paired with sandals and simple jewelry.

Viewers loved her style.

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“The military girls… that’s why I’m going into the military. I can see all the fine girls and make money,” one person wrote.

“Very beautiful,” added another.

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