We have covered a wide range of camouflage designers over the past year from around the world in conjunction with the U.S. Army's Camouflage Improvement effort. It has been great reporting on the latest designs and discussing the science and development that goes into the creation of a camouflage pattern.
Roggenwolf submitted their Tiwaz family of patterns in conjunction with the Army's Solicitation, which we covered in detail in addition to their other ventures conducted in a similar project with the Polish Army. We received their official statement regarding the final results in the U.S. Army Solicitation which we provided below:
"The Roggenwolf Tiwaz family of camouflage patterns has been eliminated from the final down-select, and will no longer be a participant in the U.S. Army camouflage improvement effort. We know that this news will be just as disappointing to our supporters as it was to us. However, it must be said that we actually achieved more than we thought was possible, back in June; and that those achievements are largely due to the support and encouragement of our enterprise partners, Bradford Printing & Finishing, and Premier Defence Agencies.
Roggenwolf continues to pursue other opportunities in North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. As always, our design philosophy is built upon the belief that an effective camouflage uniform not only conceals its wearer in country, but reinforces its wearer's sense of identity."
Predator Intelligence wishes our friends at Roggenwolf well in their future endeavors and look forward to covering future camouflage innovations.