The army clothing has undergone a lot of modifications since it was first developed and adopted by the United States. It went through many types of camouflage patterns. Most of these patterns are dependent on the environment where they are used. The most notable among these variations are the dessert battle dress or also referred to as the chocolate-chip camouflage and the night-time desert grid battle dress uniform. It was on the Persian Gulf War when both of these military uniforms were first used. The US military researchers have found out that the six-colour camouflage pattern doesn’t always work in all desert regions because of the varying environments. The different colours of rocks, sand, and sometimes the existence of vegetation hinders the six-colour pattern version of army clothing to work as expected. After studying colour and vision, they have come up with a three-pattern version. This version of military uniform was embraced by a larger faction of the military. It was the version used by the US Armed Forces during the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
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- Fort Detrick, Labor Union in Legal Tug-of-War Over Uniforms - Military.comFort Detrick, Labor Union in Legal Tug-of-War Over UniformsMilitary.comFort Detrick's garrison and a labor union are waiting for a military judge to decide whether it's illegal for the garrison to provide work uniforms to its blue-collar employees. The garrison started providing work uniforms for Fort Detrick public works ...and more »
- Papermaking workshop uses real military uniforms - Chillicothe GazetteChillicothe GazettePapermaking workshop uses real military uniformsChillicothe GazetteCombat veteran Malachi Muncy of Fort Hood, Texas led a class on making paper out of veterans uniforms on Saturday at Dard Hunter Studios. The papermaking workshop was designed to show how paper is made and to be a cathartic release for combat ...and more »
- EUCOM bars troops from wearing uniforms off base - Stars and StripesStars and StripesEUCOM bars troops from wearing uniforms off baseStars and StripesThe guidance, however, was not a mandate and did not result in all bases' issuing blanket uniform bans. This directive is mandated for all troops within the EUCOM area, Hicks said. The sight of uniformed troops off post is not unusual in military ...US military orders Euro
- Fort Detrick, Labor Union in Legal Tug-of-War Over Uniforms - Military.com