Monday, July 4, 2011

U.S. Navy Commander and Sailors in MultiCam

Its seems like everybody is jumping on board with MultiCam in Afghanistan, so why shouldn't the U.S. Navy. CDR Murnane, who is taking lead for the Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team (KPRT) is wearing a MultiCam Army Combat Uniform.

The picture to follow shows two sailors standing in formation wearing the MultiCam ACU as well. While this is more of a tease on our behalf, since OCP (MultiCam) is now the predominant combat camouflage for US Army and Air Force troops in Afghanistan. It is certainly not unusual for commanders and other branch members to wear a matching camouflage pattern with the troops in which they are conducting joint operations. OCP is clearly the chosen camouflage for Sailors, Soldiers, and Airmen who make up the KPRT. 

We also hope to see this same trend from Marine GEN Mattis who is taking over U.S. Central Command for GEN Petraeus, who just recently started putting on the MultiCam ACU. These images definitely don't mean any direction for change in Naval camouflage policy.  Though the U.S. Navy tape in MultiCam definitely looks good.

Photos by US Army SGT Pagan
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