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American Camo

Camo seems like a simple thing – but every branch has their own idea of how to blend in. From desert to woodland, arctic to ocean, the military works hard to keep our guys undercover. Don’t look too closely, though – you might find a few logos hidden in the pixels.

Speaking of pixels – do you think the Marines should remove the black pixels from their camo? Leave us a comment below.

Check out today’s modern camo. Right click to save or print the full size image.

Types of American Camo
Why stand out when you can blend in.

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2 thoughts on “American Camo

  1. NWU patterns go vertically while Marpat is horizontal. NWU desert/woodland are only used for Seals and their support staff otherwise its the blueberries as mandated by the Marine corps to not get confused between the troops. Interestingly enough, Marpat while being first was actually the initial test pattern for Canadian forces known as Cadpat…sounds unamerican, but…

    don’t believe anything I just posted…READ IT FOR YOURSELF HERE


  2. Oliver Hardy may well have hit the nail on the head when he said, “That’s another fine mess you’ve got us into, Stanley.”

    Readers should not lose sight of the fact that this fine mess was actually brought to you by a group of four star generals and admirals.

    These ‘leaders’ are the very people who should know better. But instead they seem to be more interested in fashion parades and petty territorial jealousies than ensuring the safety and battle effectiveness of their men and women in the field.

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