Thursday, July 5, 2012

Camo failure about more than the $5 Billion

This is stupid on steroids:

"The Army designed a universal uniform that universally failed in every environment,”
 The fact that the government spent $5 billion on a camouflage design that actually made its soldiers more visible — and then took eight years to correct the problem — has also left people in the camouflage industry incensed.
  The consensus among the researchers was the Army brass had watched the Marine Corps don their new uniforms and caught a case of pixilated camouflage envy. “It was trendy,” Stewardson said. “If it’s good enough for the Marines, why shouldn’t the Army have that same cool new look?”

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