Originally posted by pikestaff
I am surprised I did not see any mention of the Italian army using camouflage from 1928 onwards, or the German army/waffen SS camouflage patterns from 1938 onwards British paratroops of WW 2 also had camouflage jackets, see the film 'a bridge too far' (German camou. in that film NOT correct) Russian snipers in the 'great patriotic war' also wore camouflage, known in the west as 'micky mouse' camou.
Originally posted by projectvxn
reply to post by armtx
If you go to the link there are more pictures that challenge youth find 9 people in direct light on the side of the hill. I still can't find them. I also use this stuff hunting. Believe me the pattern and the way it absorbs colors reflects light will make you nearly invisible. It's not perfect, but nothing is.
Every silhouettes when it's in front of the sun. It's creating a shadow. Doesn't matter what type of camo you wear. In direct sunlight and in shadows Multicam does it's job.edit on 9-6-2011 by projectvxn because: (no reason given)edit on 9-6-2011 by projectvxn because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by RestingInPieces
As a matter of fact, I've personally seen and used that type of camouflage when I was active duty. Look it up.
Originally posted by ChrisF231
DPM uniforms will be replaced by a new pattern called "Multi-Terrain Pattern" starting in 2012.