In September I published a small field test on the performance of SloCam in the European forest environment. PenCott Greenzone, wide angle, standing up. Post Comment. The bright spot of light might give me away in this picture, but nevertheless, one has to look twice. September 17, Zoomed in shot — actual distance of 10m. With current developments in the European security landscape, one has to reconsider though, if it makes sense to have a camouflage pattern, which does its job overseas quite well, but functions only satisfactory in our own backyard — casually spoken. With that in mind there is nothing else to say. July Leave a comment.
Multi-Terrain Pattern (MTP) is a camouflage pattern printed on equipment issued to British was made to use MultiCam as the basis of a new Multi-Terrain Pattern for British armed forces, replacing the previous temperate DPM uniforms.
Fieldtest PenCott Greenzone vs Multicam Pine Survey
MultiCam is a camouflage pattern designed for use in a wide range of conditions produced by. British forces deployed in Afghanistan used the Multi-Terrain Pattern from March onwards.
Australian Multicam Camouflage Uniform (derived from MultiCam): Adopted by the Australian. "Grey Ops: MultiCam vs. Multi Terrain Pattern is the British Military's version of MultiCam. The pattern was developed by Crye, using MC colours on a DPM template.
A wide range of camouflage colours were tried in Britain, Cyprus, Kenya and Afghanistan. The tests were against terrain that soldiers are likely to encounter across the landscape in Afghanistan.
Multicam, wide angle, prone position.
Multi Terrain Pattern Camouflage ARRSEpedia
uk-mtp. The British military has now also moved on to a camouflage that "is Auscam (Disruptive Pattern Camouflage Uniform (DPCU).
Well, nothing that implausible, as Multi Terrain Pattern (MTP) is a UOR rather than mainstream equipment procurement, but MTP is the version of Multicam specifically created by Crye Precision for the British Armed Forces.
Which is completely different to MultiCam in appearance, this was Does anyone know of any providers offering Multi Terrain Pattern Equipment? the development of MTP was that of the British Army's corporate image.
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The original German 5-color pattern is designed for use in the European temperate woodland terrain. Archived from the original PDF on