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PostSubject: Multi-Terrain Pattern Camouflage Uniform for UK Armed Forces   Sun Jan 31, 2010 1:01 pm

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Personnel in Afghanistan are operating across a wide range of environments – desert, woodland/jungle, compounds, crops, grassland and arid stone – frequently transiting from one environment to another throughout their patrols. They often move through several environments in the course of one operation. Existing camouflages are optimised for single environments. An Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) was authorised in Apr 09 and a programme of research has taken place to compare in-service camouflages with newly developed patterns and Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) products. This new approach will provide the flexibility to meet differing requirements which environmental specific camouflages do not.

The existing camouflages were designed to be optimised for single environments. The woodland was optimised for NW Europe as this is where we expected to do most of our fighting when it was first designed. Likewise the Desert camouflage was designed in response to a UOR for operations in Kuwait and Iraq. These camouflages are still the best in those specific environments, but do not perform as effectively when a soldier moves from one environment to another.
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