Camouflage Pattern

Some articles on camouflage pattern, camouflage, pattern, patterns:

M05 - Russian 'lookalike'
... The commercially produced Russian 'Yeger' camouflage pattern, first came to public notice during the 2008 South Ossetia war ... 'Yeger' is a four-colour camouflage, comprising irregularly outlined black, dark green and light green blocks on a wood brown background ... Very similar in appearance to Finnish M05 woodland camouflage pattern ...
Camouflage Self-Portrait - Analysis
... with the material of acrylic polymer paint and silk screen printing to produce a camouflage pattern over the face surrounded by black ... in a dark black void and his face and hair are ghostly pale, covered in a militaristic camouflage pattern of green, gray, and black." There is a contrast between the impersonality of the ... The ambiguous uses of camouflage—drawing attention when a fashionable look and doing the opposite in military use—fascinated Warhol ...
Multi Cam
... MultiCam is a single camouflage pattern designed to help the wearer hide in varied environments, seasons, elevations, and light conditions ... It is a 7-color, multi-environment camouflage pattern developed by Crye Precision in conjunction with U.S ... The pattern was included in the race to replace the 3-Color Desert and Woodland patterns, but in 2004 lost to the Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) that can be seen in the current Army ...
Cavalry Scout - Uniform
... The standard camouflage pattern issued is the UCP (Universal Camouflage Pattern), or in certain theatres (specifically soldiers going to, or coming from Afghanistan), the OCP (OEF) Camouflage Pattern, commonly ...
SPECTRA Helmet - Variants - Danish Use - Helmet Covers
... The removable helmet cover allows to change the pattern of the camouflage ... M/84 camouflage pattern ... M/84 camouflage pattern and a big rubber rim to hold it tight to the helmet ...

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