Here are some pics of comparison between the uniforms and with the environment. Of course that does not include every environment that you see in the
pics. The uniforms comprise of the (top pic--left to right)Woodland, ACU, and the Multicam. The 3rd pic was the people goofying around.
Well at close contact, Camouflage has very little effects, but at a relatively medium range, such as say 100 feet, it becomes extremely difficult to
spot for soldiers if you're not actively scanning specific areas or if you don't know what you're looking for.
I play paintball with some friends and we all use the ACU camo and it works perfectly in the woods. It works realy well in wooded areas too. Given
that we dont fight against professional soldiers. But the uniform is really hard to spot at least for me.
I'm thanksfull that the other guys we play with dont have camo uniforms... we win almost every time in scenarion games cause they have a hard time
finding us through all the woods. I'll post a video some time to show ya.
I prefer BDU. That and the land surrounding Reno is all green and thick. Especially over the border in the People's Republic of California. I have
had nothing but success when training with it. And if you keep it from fading you have better chances of being spotted.
Not one of those three shown, but Brittish DPM is amazing in woodland.
I had some on for my media project, and there was one shot where the camera is a good sitance from me to do a long pull back shot...but my friend
couldn't see me. I had to take my helmet off and jump... the camoflague hid me too well
I also used it to play a prank on him..I ran off and sat in a bush right next to a path...he should have seen me easily but walked right passed.
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