Going Camo: The Army’s Pain Is Your Gain

Feb 17, 2016 | 0 comments

The U.S. Army recently announced the adoption of the Operational Camouflage Pattern, which was initially procured using Crye Precision’s MultiCam pattern in 2010 for specialized use in Afghanistan.In early October, the 75th Ranger Regiment began the Army’s full transition.The rest of the Army will start wearing OCP over the next few months, with the entire Army — including National Guard and Reserve — fully adopting OCP by Fall 2018. Additionally, Air Force personnel deploying to combat zones will also use the Army’s OCP clothing and equipment for interoperability. As of this writing there are no plans for the Navy or …read more