View Poll Results: Are you in favor of Standardizing Camo between US Forces?

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    well the size of the coloured shapes and the pallet of hues is similar- I didn't say they were the same just that it reminded me of the broad shaped Italian stuff from WWII. It is different than the usual cammo patterns which are very "busy" visually- which have smaller shapes to the pattern and more harmonious colour groupings. To me these Belguim cammo's have that broad large shaped look to them-

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    My vote goes to the M84 camo.

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    panzerfaust wrote
    well the size of the coloured shapes and the pallet of hues is similar- I didn't say they were the same just that it reminded me of the broad shaped Italian stuff from WWII. It is different than the usual cammo patterns which are very "busy" visually- which have smaller shapes to the pattern and more harmonious colour groupings. To me these Belguim cammo's have that broad large shaped look to them-
    i didn't understand it at first but now i do, so thanks for explaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedgehog
    I really hate what they got for the Candian forces. I saw it up close when I was in Barrie before Christmas. I guess the guy came from Borden CFB. I can't believe they couldn't get a pattern computer that could calculate spline curves..I mean really..squares? They should have just gone for Woodland or maybe that Danish stuff. Squares... someone probably said.."let's make someting that noone else has so we can spend more money"
    mmm..they work alot better than the old OD's the Canadian forces have

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    Don't know who these guys are but it looks great.






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    Whatever camo the French are using in Iraq kicks ass! You can't even see those guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F'Tard
    Whatever camo the French are using in Iraq kicks ass! You can't even see those guys!

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    I think the Spot type patterns are the most effective. Marpat, Cadpat, Flecktarn, Danish, Japanese.
    But I think the Swedish pattern looks the coolest, regardless of effectiveness.

    For uniqueness, I think the Taiwanese Marine Corp camo is very crazy looking. If anyone can find pics of it it would be cool, I'm too lazy.

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    I think the best camo is "San Marco" the Italian Marines camo. It's imho the best compromise for almost all terrains, cause it had small, unshaped spots in various colors, green, brown, sand, black, light grey.
    It works perfectly in mediterranean environment but it also works well in continental woods and also in urban.

    here's a pic, sorry if it's ugly but it's me playn' airsoft...

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    Sorry, double post.

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    Here some other pics of San Marco camo:






    These are real operators, in fact they're not ugly as me!

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    British Temperate DPM
    British Tropical DPM
    Rhodesian
    Dennison smock
    CADPAT temperate
    MARPAT Desert
    MARPAT Woodland
    Tiger *****e

    2 funniest
    Norweigan desert
    Aussie Desert

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    My personal preferences would be....


    Golden Tiger *****es(Vietnam Era)
    M65 ERDL(Vietnam Era)
    US Six-color Desert Camo
    ROKA Woodland
    Czech Vz. 95
    British P95
    JSDF Flectarn
    French Middle Europe Pattern
    Bundeswehre Flectarn
    Russian MVD Camo


    And so on......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis79
    Don't know who these guys are but it looks great.







    I think these are more photos of the French 13e RDP, a long range recon unit. Thanks for posting them, I'd only seen this one before:







    Also, could someone please post pics of British tropical and temperate DPM, together if possible, I can't see any difference between them in the photos I've seen so far.

    Thanks in advance

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    Canada and the U.S Marine corps

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