Friday, September 16, 2011

Roggenwolf Warg Featured at MSPO Cenrex Booth

Cenrex Booth at MSPO
Roggwolf Warg MBS-1 Uniform
If you were lucky enough to be halfway between Warsaw and Crakow, Poland earlier this month then you could have made a stop over at Polish International Defense Industry Exhibition or MSPO for short.

The annual Międzynarodowy Salon Przemysłu Obronnego was located in the city of Kielce with a population of around a quarter of a million strong.

Our friends over at Roggenwolf® had there Timberwolf Colorway from the Warg™ family of patterns on display at the Cenrex booth. Cenrex is one of the top military equipment and service provides in Poland with a 15 year track record.

They had put the MBS-1 Uniform from SPECOPS at the forefront of their stand as they have expressed interest in the camouflage pattern for use with Armored Fighting Vehicles. The Timberwolf colorway has been dubbed the urban variant for the Warg pattern.

The Expo is meant to show the best and brightest of Poland's military might and in many respects the future of their armed forces. Roggenwolf  is playing a part in the continued improvement efforts by being trialed through their Future Soldier Project. With the the help of SPECOPS who has licensed their pattern Warg pattern for multi-use purposes, you can now find the camouflage featured on test vehicles in addition to the uniform seen here.

We have covered Roggenwolf extensively in their latest efforts, including their submission to the U.S. Army's Camouflage Improvement Effort utilizing their Tiwaz Family of Patterns and wish them well in these pursuits. It is exciting to see so many private camouflage design companies taking a swing at daunting service wide contracts. With the wide field of contenders now competing, the future looks much brighter for the use of effective camouflage.

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