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Flecktarn

Flecktarn

Actuall camouflage of the Bundeswehr and successor of the olive moleskin equipment. Consists of round spots in four different colors: Black, bronze green, rust brown and yellow green on olive gray background.

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Fleckdesert

Fleckdesert

Desert camouflage, also called Tropentarn, is a variation of flecktarn. It consists of the colors beige-brown-dark green. It was used for the first time in 1993 in Somalia.

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Woodland

Woodland

Introduced by the special forces of the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War. In 1982 it was made the standard pattern for all U.S. units. It is used worldwide, but mainly in America and Africa.

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Desert 6 Farben

Desert 6 color

Developed in the mid-80s by the U.S. for combat in desert areas. The U.S. forces were equipped with this pattern during Operation Desert Storm in 1991. Remained in use until 1999 and then was replaced by a 3-color Pattern. Consists of the colors beige, dark beige, dark brown, light green brown, black and white.

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Desert 3 Farben

Desert 3 color

This pattern replaced partially during Operation Desert Storm in 1991 , the 6-color desert pattern which had been proven to be not effective. It consists of beige-ocher-brown tones.

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Digital Desert

Digital Desert

This is a "pixelated " desert camouflage pattern. The soldier is blurred more quickly with the background.

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Digital Woodland

Digital Woodland

This is a "pixelated" woodland camouflage pattern. The soldier is blurred more quickly with the background.

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AT Digital

AT Digital

The latest version of digital patterns. Standard of the U.S. armed forces.

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Urban Camo

Urban Camo

Developed by the U.S. in the 80's. Based on the woodland pattern. Especially for combat in winter and in urban / built-up areas. Also referred to as Metro. Colors black, gray and white.

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Skyblue

Skyblue

This pattern is based after the woodland camouflage pattern, but is instead of green in sky blue.

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Fleckurban

Fleckurban

Color-similar to the urban camo. The woodland pattern was however replaced with a round dot pattern.

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Fleckskyblue

Fleckskyblue

Color-similar to the skyblue camo. The woodland pattern was however replaced with a round dot pattern.

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Red-Camo

Red-Camo

A modified form of the 1984 DPM pattern of the British Army. Fantasy camo in the woodland pattern.

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Af-Tarn

Af-Camo

This is the U.S. Air Force version of the tiger stripe pattern. It consists of beige, ocher, green and black.

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Nightcamo

Nightcamo

Darkened version of the woodland pattern.

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CCE-Tarn

CCE-Camo

CCE - Camouflage Centre Europe . A camouflage pattern for Central Europe. Consists of 4 colors, black, green, brown and sand colors. The color combination was determined on the basis of the vegetation in the forest of Fontainbleau. Present camouflage of the French army. Introduced by the French Foreign Legion in the mid-90s.

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DPM-Camo

DPM-Camo

DPM - Disruptive Pattern Material. British camouflage pattern. Based on the U.S. woodland pattern. Used for the first time during the 90s in the Balkans. Similar to the Dutch camouflage pattern.

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DPM-Destert

DPM-Desert

Desert version of DPM pattern. Bi-color - brown and sand colors. Was specifically designed to take part in Desert Storm. A previous model of the DPM pattern was delivered during the first Gulf War in the 80s to the Iraqi army and therefore had to be replaced.

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Norwegisch-Tarn

Norwegisch-Tarn

Three-color pattern of the Norwegian Army. Only used by the land soldiers and paratroopers.

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Schwedisch-Tarn

Schwedisch-Camo

A special camouflage pattern with straight edges to simulate shadows. Four colors dark navy blue, green, beige and ocher. Worn by the Army and the Air Force.

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Austria-Tarn

Austria-Camo

FFound in use by the Austrian Army from 1956 to 1978. Also known as Erbsentarn or Fleckerlteppich. Similar to the camouflage of the German Forces during WW II which in the meantime has been replaced by an olive color, this pattern is however still used by snipers.

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Belgisch Tarn

Belgian-Camo

Almost identical to the Bundeswehr Flecktarn. Only the brown color was replaced with green.

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Schweizer Tarn

Swiss-Tarn

Typical of this camouflage is the great amount of red. It was introduced in 1983. It is based on multiple camouflage patterns of the German Army during WW II. In 1990 was the camouflage print with introduction of the new combat suit (TAZ90) slightly modified.

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Tiger-Tarn

Tigerstripe

Was used by the troops of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Characterized by strong interaction of light and dark portions matching the lighting conditions in the jungle.

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Pacific-Tarn

Pacific camo

Worn during WW II by the U.S. forces in the Pacific. First worn by the U.S. Marine Corps. It was developed for combat in the jungle during the "island hopping" in the Pacific. In the European theater of the war, it was only sporadically used. Also in the Korean War it was in use.

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Eichentarn

Eichentarn

A camouflage pattern of the German army during the second half of WW II.

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Splinter-Tarn

Splinter-Tarn

A camouflage pattern of the German army during the second half of WW II.

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Strich-Tarn

Strich-Tarn

A simple camouflage pattern of the National People's Army of the DDR. It consists of dark lines on single-color background.

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Multicam

Multicam

Has been designed to work in various terrains and light intensities. It blurs the contours allowing the soldier to blend in with the surroundings even under infrared light.

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A-Tacs

A-Tacs

Like the Multicam pattern, the 'Advanced Tactical Concealment System' works with natural textures. Through its fine shapes and patterns, a beneficial blur effect is achieved.

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Combat Camo

Combat-Camo

Fantasy camo in woodland pattern.

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NVA Flächentarn

NVA-Flächentarn

Also known as "Blumentarn" or "Kartoffeltarn". Produced as a substitute for the Soviet camouflage pattern for the NVA.

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BGS Tarn

BGS-Tarn

Known as "Sumpftarn" this camouflage was worn by the German Army during the second half of the WW II. Also in the early days of the Federal Border Control used.

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