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Camouflage (10 pics)

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  • 17 Dec, 2013  |
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These photos will show you why camouflage is so important. It can make a soldier literally invisible.

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№1 Author: MathIsHard (17 Dec 2013 04:12) Total user comments: 1404


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These are hunters.








But why don't military and paramilitaries use mossy oak? :51: It seems pretty effective
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№2 Author: wipal (17 Dec 2013 09:00) Total user comments: 116


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porque en ves de hacer Camouflage no hacen cosas que sirvan al planeta tierra ecologias. No entienden que la guerra no conduce a nada. ODIO a todos los militares del mundo.... :46:
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№3 Author: mashie5 (17 Dec 2013 12:30) Total user comments: 1357


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literally invisible? but i can still see them
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№4 Author: styopa (17 Dec 2013 15:22) Total user comments: 962


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@wipal: because usually wars aren't fought in temperate deciduous forests; they (at least the last 50 years) have been fought in barren or tropical shitholes.

And, while mossy oak does work GREAT in those specific dim light/heavily wooded 2nd-growth forests (ie most forests in the US), they generally stand out brightly in the dark, in old-growth forests, and in any non-wooded setting - ie, mossy oak is only useful in a very, very narrow range of conditions, while army uniforms have to be broadly useful across lots of conditions.
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№5 Author: amcjau (17 Dec 2013 15:59) Total user comments: 885


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these are hunters, you can see them, you cant see soldiers
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№6 Author: velio70 (17 Dec 2013 17:11) Total user comments: 1654


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these are fat rednecks
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№7 Author: Boomer (19 Dec 2013 01:25) Total user comments: 181


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Camouflage has come a long way in recent years. The digital camo worn by the military is pretty effective.

Mossy Oak, Realtree, etc have experimented with military camo in the past, but have found that it's more profitable to sell to outdoor enthusiasts.
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№8 Author: Jimmy Johnson (26 Dec 2013 00:33) Total user comments: 5518


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styopa - Wars the US have fought haven't occurred in 'daylight' since 1987.
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