US Army Introduces ‘Revolutionary’ New Woodland Camouflage Uniform To Replace ACU | The Duffel Blog

Fort Belvoir, VA – In a surprise move, the US Army’s Program Executive Office-Soldier has announced that it has selected a “revolutionary” new woodland camouflage pattern to replace the Army’s Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP).

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  1. Elvis collars on “denim” caliber woodland material…remember ’em but then I go back to OD fatigues and just after the name tags and US ARMY went to OD/Black embroidery. I always wondered why the Army couldn’t just adapt the USMC MarPat system (two uniforms) which is apparently a successful system based on the lack of upgrades/changes needed as the systems remains in use (I think unchanged), since fielding.

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