The Navy is changing the color scheme for its entire fleet, which will begin phasing out the navy blue-and-white scheme, which was first adopted in 2012, according to a new report.

The new color scheme will replace the navy-blue and gold-and red-and navy-green colors that were first adopted last year.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has announced that the Navy will phase out its blue- and white-and gold- and red- and navy-orange colors in 2025, the Navy Times reports.

Mabus’ announcement comes after years of criticism by many sailors for not changing the colors that have been in place for more than a century.

As for the Navy’s other colors, Mabus said the Navy is still planning to replace the blue-green navy-colored uniforms with navy-gold-and silver uniforms in 2025.

“The Navy has always made it clear that we will continue to honor our patriotic colors and our Navy traditions in 2025,” he said in a statement.

The Navy says it will continue using the navy’s navy blue and gold colors, but that the navy gold-skins will replace them with navy blue in 2021 and silver in 2022.