Since Union Cutlery, the forbear to Ka-Bar, was substitute standard, they quit making knives for the military upon cessation of hostilities. Pretty sure Korea was the last time a fighting knife was routinely issued. They were not issued during my active time in the Corps, from the mid 70’s to the mid 80’s. My MOS, as support, called for me to be issued the 1911. One of the ones that were traditionally issued a knife. We did not get a knife. We could ask and generally get one. But by that time they had quit issuing knives. The bayonet was issued to the MOS that called for a rifle to be issued. I did ask and was told that the only knife issued to Marines today was the 3s bayonet. Did a Google search because I had never heard of it. It looks remarkably like the Ka-Bar Fighting/Utility knife. Tradition loves on!