posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 09:03 PM
Depends on your location. Alot of hunting patters make great camo that blends in all around, and I used some on several occasions in opfor training
when I was in the army, worked great. As for as all around camo I have in my gear bag allways ready CRYE multicam which I have found to be damn hard
to spot in a variety of bush and is harder to spot then traditional BDUs as it blends in with even dead brush.
I also have a dark grey warrior wear GenIII all weather top and bottom from BlackHwak that is pricless in the field. Its a little costly at around 200
bucks but you can get it cheaper on ebay. There are alternitaves though to that. Anything drab is great but the most important thing when concealing
is simply sitting still. Just like when stalking an animal dont stare directly at it keep your eyes narrow and dont move. I imagine all kinds of
people will think Im BS-ing you now but I swear it's an actual practice.
More importantly your biggest situation X scenario would undoubtedly contain helicopter with FLIR spotting people from the air. If you want camo look
on the internet for how to avoid infrared.
Knowing how to move inside enemy territory is a must and using terrain to your advantage is a pricless knowledge.
PLEASE NOTE>>>> I have played in to this situation X fantasy as much as possible straying far from reality which I am well aware may be different from
However everything I have mentioned is true to the best of my knowledge and experience from military duty and simple hunting in civilian life.
I can tell you now however that CAMO is really not the priority here.
you can hide perfectly well with out being in cammo.
There is no reason you cant hide even in a bright red flag, what is important is fresh water and the ability to build shelter and get food.
Thats the numero uno priority.
I like this thread SF for you
[edit on 4-10-2008 by snowen20]