"

 

800-372-6523 (718) 823-9475
We ship to APO FPO addresses
Shop byCategory
Shop byBest Brand
Shop byBest Price
Sign up newsletter
Home Shop by CategoryINTERESTING FACTSList of camouflage patterns

List of camouflage patterns

List of camouflage patterns
 Item#:
list-of-camouflage-patterns
Sale Price:
$0.00
Availability:
In Stock
Quantity:
[edit] Africa Gabon Blue Gendarmerie Burkina Faso Ragged Stripe Egypt Scrambled Egg Rocks/Sand (also used by Somalia, Sudan) South Africa Soldier 2000 (In service with South African National Defence Force since 1995) South African Police 1st Pattern (in service 1968 – 1995) South African Police 2nd Pattern (in service 1976 – 1995) Zimbabwe Splash Kenya, Malawi, Zambia Four-Colour Semi-Arid Countries that used or are using variations of Lizard pattern (originated in France): Brown Lizard (Zambia) Desert Lizard (Cameroon) Red Vertical Lizard (Egypt, Syria) Three-Colour Lizard (Cameroon, Chad) Vertical Lizard (Angola, Brazil, Mozambique, Portugal, Sudan, Uganda, Singapore) [edit] Asia China (PRC) Type 07 (woodland) digital camouflage pattern, 2007China (PRC) Seaweed Type 81 Type 99 (also used by North Korea) Type 07 (First digital camouflage used by PLA) India Cactus Palm Frond Indonesia Duck Hunter Spot Used by Pasukan Gerak Cepat/PGT (early 1960) Indonesian vine leaf camouflage used by Army Strategic Reserve Command (abbrev. KOSTRAD) (1960 - 1970) KOSTRAD camouflage Used by Army Strategic Reserve Command (abbrev. KOSTRAD) (1970 - 1986) Bleeding vines 1st variant Used by Indonesia Special Forces (abbrev. KOPASUS) (1964 - 1990) Bleeding vines 2nd variant Used by Indonesia Special Forces (abbrev. KOPASUS) (1990 - now) Indonesian DPM Used by Indonesian Armed Forces (1986 - 1989) TNI-AN DPM Used by Indonesia Armed Forces (1989 - now) The Philippines SAF Digital Pattern Subdued Woodland Choco Chip Blue Bricks Teal DPM Pakistan Arid Woodland Woodland Six-Color Desert Pattern, "Chocolate-chip camouflage" (also used by Iraq, Oman, South Korea, United States) Three-Colour Desert (also used by Chile, El Salvador, Hungary, Israel, Kuwait, Netherlands, UAE, United States) White for northern areas Two Colour Desert Japan Type1 (ground,1970s~90s) Type2 (ground,1990s~) White for northern areas Type1 (different color) (airforce) Six-Color Desert Pattern, "Chocolate-chip camouflage" (airforce) (also used by Iraq, Oman, South Korea, United States) South Korea Eggshell Swirl (also used by Angola, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Iraq, Libya, Nepal, Peru) Vietnam Bamboo Leaf Beo Gam National Police pattern TigerstripeTamil Tigers (a non-state armed group) Tiger-stripe pattern Countries that used or are using variations of Tigerstripe: Shadow Tigerstripe (also used by Thailand) Sparse Tigerstripe (also used by the Philippines) Silver Sparse Tigerstripe (also used by Vietnam) [edit] Middle East Jordan KA2 (pixelated pattern developed by HyperStealth) Syria Arid Brushstroke UAE Thule Unknown origin Blotch (used by Palestinian Authority, Syria) Countries that used or are using variations of Lizard pattern: Dark Lizard (used by Iraq) [edit] Europe Belgium Brushstroke (used by Algeria, Iraq, Malaysia, Palestinian Authority) Jigsaw (used by Burundi, Chad, Republic of Congo, Libya, Democratic Republic of Congo) Moons and Balls Waves Flecktarn (used briefly during the early 90's by the Belgian Air Force) Bulgaria Squiggle Splinter (also used by Slovenia) Bosnia Bihac Pocket Czechoslovakia Mlok (Salamander) Oblacky (Clouds) Czech Republic "vz.95 */type 95/" Salamander Beige (used by Slovakia) Branch (used by Bosnia, Serbia) Clouds (used by Vietnam) Green (used by Slovakia) Denmark M/84, current issue pattern of the Military of Denmark (also used by Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) M98 T/78 T/99, current issue desert pattern of the Military of Denmark. Finland M05, a digital camouflage pattern M91 and M62 also known by the Finnish soldiers as "kurkkusalaatti" ("cucumber relish") Hellepuku K/04, a desert pattern inspired by the German desert flecktarn. France Central Europe (also used by Austria, Jordan, Morocco, UAE) Daguet Léopard (Tenue Léopard) (used by Congo, Libya, Vietnam) Lizard (also used by Algeria, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Croatia, Gabon, Greece, India, Israel, Ivory Coast, Kenya) Lizard variant: M63 Vertical Lizard (used by Portugal) Lizard variant: Purple Lizard (camouflage) (used by Serbia and Montenegro) Tigerstripe (used by Ecuador, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Thailand, USA, Vietnam) Tigerstripe variant: Dark Vertical Tigerstripe, Light Vertical Tigerstripe (used by Singapore) German Democratic Republic, former East Germany "Rain", Line, [Stricheldruckmuster] (also used by Bangladesh, Czechoslovakia) Loop Potato Splotch Russian (Russisches tarnmuster) The German plane tree pattern (summer side) in an early version from 1937-1942 The German plane tree pattern (autumn side) in an early version from 1937-1942 The German "Buntfarbenmuster 31" ("Splinter", bright side) from 1931-1945 The German Bundesgrenzschutz-Sumpftarnmuster (BGS marsh pattern) from 1952-1976 Germany Wehrmacht: Splinter (Splittermuster) (also used by Austria, Libya, Poland, Switzerland) Marsh (Sumpfmuster) This has the same forms as Splinter pattern, but the screens have been remade with blurry edges, and the colours are different. Used by the Bundesgrenzshutz [border guards] after WWII. (also used by Czech Republic, Libya) Leibermuster (also used by Belgium, Czech Republic, Switzerland) "Splinter-B" Used by Luftwaffe paratroops in WWII. SS: Oak Leaf (also used by Egypt, Iraq) Palm (Palmenmuster) 1944 Dot (Erbsenmuster) Plane Tree (Platanenmuster) Smoke (Rauchtarnmuster) Modern: Flecktarn, current issue of German Armed Forces (also used by Albania, Austria, Belgium, Romania) (punktmuster) (also used by Austria, Japan, former West Germany) Ambush Hungary Comma Fried Egg M38 M49 M51 M65 M90 Republic of Ireland Curragh Shamrock Italy Beach Assault Desert Spray Republic of Macedonia Four-Colour Dark Netherlands NL DPM NL Jungle US Woodland Norway M75 M98 battle uniform Polish camouflage pattern "moro", 1970s-80sPoland Crocodile Frog Pantera (panther) Portugal M61 Romania Parsley (persilla) Russia Flora (also used by Ukraine) Gorod,Gorod-1 Kamysh KLMK Les Schofield (also used by Afghanistan) SMK Serbian flag with desert digital camouflage patternSerbia M93 (also used by Federal Republic of Yugoslavia or Serbia and Montenegro) M-02 M-03 M-03-DIGI Soviet Union Amoeba (also used by Kuwait, Latvia, Oman, Poland, Syria) variants Desert, Brown, Green Forest, Rocks and Mountain Amoeba (also used by Spain) KZS Leaf (can also refer to ERDL) M85 Woodland (also used by India, Lithuania, Ukraine) Sun-ray (also used by Russia, Ukraine) TTsMKK Sweden M90 Splinter Switzerland Leibermuster, Alpenflage M92 TAZ 90 (Swiss Woodland), current issue of Swiss Armed Forces. Turkey Aegean U.K. DPMU.K. Denison smock (also used by India, Israel, Jordan, Kenya) DPM (also used by Algeria, Egypt, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Mozambique, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway (Special Forces), Pakistan, The Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda) Desert DPM (also used by Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Romania, Saudi Arabia) Four-Colour Desert DPM (also used by Iraq) M42 Yugoslavia M89 (also used by Federal Republic of Yugoslavia or Serbia and Montenegro) Stencilled Leaf (also used by Croatia) [edit] North America CADPAT NWU Six-Color Desert Pattern Canada CADPAT (woodland and arid variants), Canadian Forces (adopted Late 2001). USA Current: MARPAT (woodland and desert variants), U.S. Marine Corps (adopted 2002). Army Combat Uniform (ACU), U.S. Army (adopted 2005). Airman Battle Uniform (ABU), U.S. Air Force (adopted 2007). Navy Working Uniform (NWU), U.S. Navy (to be adopted 2007). MultiCam, featured in the Army Future Force Warrior program. Older: Three-Colour Desert: 1991-present. Currently being phased out. (also used by Chile, El Salvador, Hungary, Israel, Kuwait, Netherlands, UAE, Pakistan) Woodland (also used by Albania, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Bosnia, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Honduras, Iran, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands (RNLMC), Nicaragua, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Russia, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela) Six-Color Desert Pattern "Chocolate-chip camouflage": ca. 1982-1993. (also used by Iraq, Oman, South Korea, Pakistan) Desert Night Camouflage: 1990-1991 Dual-texture ("digital", late 70's 2nd Cav) ERDL (also used by Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Gabon, Honduras, Jordan, Latvia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela, Vietnam) Wine Leaf (also used by India, Thailand) Frog-Skin (also used by France, Vietnam) Tigerstripe:1965-1975. (limited, also used by Vietnam) Duck Hunter (also used by Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Iran, Lebanon, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, South Korea, Vietnam) [edit] Central and South America Brazil Ragged Leaf Colombia Colombian Disruptive Pattern (Woodland and arid versions, starting 2006 with the Colombian Army) Cuba Elm Leaf Grey Lizard Ecuador Flames Tigerstripe El Salvador Vertical Stripe (also used by Indonesia) Peru Geometric Splinter [edit] Oceania Australia Disruptive Pattern Combat Uniform (DPCU or Auscam), current issue for Australian Defence Force Desert DPCU, current issue for Australian Defence Force deployed overseas to desert regions. OPFOR DPCU, used by OPFOR during training. New Zealand New Zealand disruptive pattern material Similar to British DPM, but more yellow, to suit the tussocky conditions found in New Zealand Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_camouflage_patterns"
Product Reviews
You may also like
History of Camouflage Battle Uniforms
History of Camouflage Battle Uniforms
Airman Battle Uniform
Airman Battle Uniform
Military camouflage
Military camouflage

©2008 BDUS.com,
All rights reserved.