Wednesday, March 16, 2011

U.S. Airman Wearing Crye Precision MultiCam

Our Air Force Airmen are providing a great service to the Japanese people with their search and rescue efforts. This shot came out of Northern Japan, where the 33rd RQS was loading relief supplies on to a helicopter Monday. 

The PJ (name not given) in the back is wearing a Field Shirt and Combat Pants AC in MultiCam manufactured by Crye Precision. This is the company that developed the popular OEF camouflage pattern now worn by Army Soldiers and USAF Airmen in Afghanistan, and apparently other locales.

Many photos of the Pararescue jumpers helping in Japan show them wearing the Multicam Uniforms. We are still seeing plenty in the ABU with Digital Tigerstripe camo as shown on Airman Cox with the box. She is covered up with an ECWCS Gen III Fleece.

US Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Menchaca

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