If the saying "Look good, feel good, play good" carries any weight, Navy might play its best game of the season on Dec. 9, when the Midshipmen take on Army in their annual rivalry game. That's because on Monday Navy unveiled its Blue Angels-inspired uniforms for the game, which feature two gold stripes down the shoulders, gold lettering and numbers, and a gold facemask on a navy blue jersey and helmet.

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The helmets feature Blue Angels jets with cloudy contrails behind each one.

Army and Navy will face off in December for the 118th time in series history, which began with the first matchup in 1890. Navy leads the all-time series 60-50-7.

Take a look at the uniform below.

Andy Wittry has written for SI.com, Sporting News, the Indianapolis Star, Louisville Courier-Journal and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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