In other news, Army Times posted a “SitRep” video earlier today that appears to contain the first views we’ve seen of the submissions from Brookwoods Company.  However, if you blinked you might have missed them, so I did a tricky screen-grab to get a still image of each of the three patterns for you…

What do you think?


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6 Responses to US Army Camouflage Improvement Initiative – part 2

  1. Nigel Wright says:

    Bottom one just looks like a rehash of M81.

  2. Riceball says:

    Very interesting patterns, they look like somebody’s watercolor interpretation of what the actual patterns look like or somebody painted the pattern onto the fabric by hand.

  3. Paralus says:

    It looks faded, like it was watered down. Are you trying to look like a ground with dead vegetation or are you trying to blend in with the more vibrant vegetation.

  4. Lcon says:

    the first and second Look like Finger paints. the last looks like a finger finger version of M81 woodland.

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  6. wordman says:

    Top one’s a great transitional.Bottom one is rubbish looks like erdl done with spray paint.

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