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User avatar #4 - Mahazama (05/24/2013) [-]
What are standard issue cammy BDU's meant to blend in with, anyways?
User avatar #18 to #4 - failtolawl (05/25/2013) [-]
rather than set lines, like in the old 80s camo, it's more of a pixelated mesh setup where it's more blurry and less to be seen rather than a focusable splotch, it's not perfect, but it's much better than the previous one.
User avatar #15 to #4 - waffies (05/25/2013) [-]
In concrete environments it would be somewhat deceptive.
User avatar #13 to #4 - imonagoat (05/25/2013) [-]
The ACU or army combat uniform is meant to be a universal camouflage pattern that was rushed into service in 2006-2007 without being properly tested first. It was the first time in military history where all the services decided to make their own work uniform different. Air force got the grey tiger stripe pattern, marines got marpat, navy got that gayass aquaflage and the army went with the ACUs but when deployed we get multicam uniforms now which are pretty tits. Though now I really only use them for paintball.
User avatar #8 to #4 - mrwalkerfour (05/25/2013) [-]
combat dpm is designed to blend with multiple enviroments. it deosnt but given enough time it gets dirty and blends better then for example:

gets lots of sand and light on it= looks more deserty

gets muddy and grass stuck to it and its wet= jungle looking

#7 to #4 - thumblocked (05/25/2013) [-]
It's meant to blend in with everything, thus it doesn't blend in with anything.
#12 to #7 - ajweston (05/25/2013) [-]
Except this couch and clothing racks in the px.
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