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MultiCam is a Crye Precision camouflage pattern designed for use in a wide range of conditions. Variants of it, some unlicensed, are in use with armed forces

MultiCam is a Crye Precision camouflage pattern designed for use in a wide range of conditions. Variants of it, some unlicensed, are in use with armed forces

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  • 1. Home / Hobbies, Games & Toys / Educational Toys Mlm u c ia t by Micketionath MultiCam - The Ability To Hide In Plain Sight PHYLLIS HOLLAND MultiCam is a Crye Precision camouflage pattern designed for use in a wide range of conditions. Variants of it, some unlicensed, are in use with armed forces. The pattern is also sold for military usage. With the use of Multi Cam, soldiers are able to hide and blend with its surroundings making them invisible to enemy eyes. This is the very reason why when it comes to battle military men can't be seen, they just blend in within the surrounding. M ulticam And Its Origin Let's take a closer look when it comes to the origin of this camouflage pattern. This will give us an idea as to how it came to being and what made it part of the military. Multi Cam was designed for the use of the U.S. Army in varied environments, seasons, elevations, and light conditions. It is a 7-color,[1] multi-environment camouflage pattern which was developed by Crye Precision together with the U.S. Army Natick labs. The pattern was included in the U.S. Army's move to replace the 3-Color Desert and Woodland patterns, but in 2004 lost to the Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) that came to be used in the Army Combat Uniform. However, it was re-commissioned by the U.S. Army in 2010, replacing UCP for units deploying to the War in Afghanistan. Design And Colors MultiCam has background colors of a brown to light-tan gradient and lime green blending in between, the main part consists of green to yellowish green gradient and finally dark brown and light pinkish blotches spread throughout the pattern. This allows for the overall appearance to change from greenish to brownish in different areas of the fabric, while having smaller blotches to break up the bigger background areas. Other countries have different versions and colors of their Multi Cam. But the common denominator is this - it is use in order to let a soldier to blend in, be one with it surroundings so that the opponent will have a hard time of detecting. This is very important especially in war, or an encounter. Importance Of M ulti Cam In Battle Having the ability to move around the surroundings without being seen by the enemy is one great advantage and is also the best way to win the war. MultiCam in airsoft games would not only give you the look but would also distinguish you from your enemies. It is also a great apparel to use in reenacting wars of the past. Now, aside from using this in war, battle or any military encounter - this camouflage pattern is being used in apparel as well. It can serve as a fashion statement for those who want to project some sort of military style within themselves without having to be in the military. Whether you are going to use this for military purposes or as a fashion statement, one thing is for sure - it is indeed one of the famous design patterns.
  • 2. are going to use this for military purposes or as a fashion statement, one thing is for sure - it is indeed one of the famous design patterns. Learn more!!! New Guestbook Comments  Follow Share to:   Related Tags Multicam educational-toys Micketionath TOS Originality Pact About Us SquidooHQ Charity Report Abuse Feedback & Bugs your email address Subscribe Copyright © 2013, Squidoo, LLC and respective copyright owners This page and all the pages on Squidoo generate income for lensmasters and charities based on affiliate relationships w ith our partners, including Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Have fun.