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A Brief History of Military Camouflage

In the late ‘90s, the Canadian military adopted a digital pattern that replaced swirls with a pixilated design. The idea was not to make the uniforms undetectable, but rather to create ambient visual noise that the roving glance of an enemy would disregard. In 2001 the US Marines adopted a similar design. Today all branches of the American military have some version of digital camouflage.

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