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Why the military should have known its $5 billion camouflage would fail

30
Jan
2014

The art of camouflage is more than throwing paint at a soldier, and its not one-size-fits-all. Thats a lesson the US military has learned to its chagrin, as it phases out what was supposedly going to be a Universal Camouflage Pattern which cost a reported $5 billion to develop. Now, Gizmodo explains — with the help of camouflage designer Guy Cramer — why that pattern failed, given how the human eye works and given the history of the medium.

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