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    Sep 01, 2012· The original "duck hunter" camouflage was designed by civilian Norvell Gillespie (horticulturist and garden editor of Sunset, Better House and Gardens, and the San Francisco Chronicle), and was printed as a green and tan dominant version. Early copies of the US M1942 pattern were produced by the Netherlands for their Commando units.

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    These quality M1942 Plain Tree Type 2 Camouflage Smocks have an elasticated waist and cuffs, and are reversible to their Autumnal variation. Mid-war pattern pullover camo smock with 2 lower pockets, foliage loops and a higher waistband than the earlier M38 Camo Smock. Exactly replicated in cotton with the original specifications and details.

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    Mar 14, 2005· This was discussed in some length on another forum I visit -- the unforms were apparently M1942 camo HBTs. The following information was provided by Ed Walton of Lost Battalions, a supplier of uniforms and equipment to reenactors:

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    This is a smokin' nice Single Decal M1942 Luftwaffe Camouflage helmet. Tones of light and dark greens, browns and a lighter beige appear to have been applied either by brush or perhaps even by hand. Thicker in some places than in others. The helmet paint shows the normal dings from use, but also texture from the paint application(s).

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    The M1942 Frog Skin pattern was the United States military's first attempt at disruptive coloration camouflage. In 1942, the Marine Raiders were the first issued the Frog Skin uniform, which was reversible with a five-color jungle pattern on a green background on one side and a three-color beach pattern with a tan background on the other side.

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    WWII GERMAN WAFFEN SS 1/2 TYPE II M1942 OVERPRINT CAMO FIELD SMOCK. REVERSIBLE SPRING TO FALL. Plane Tree pattern (Platanenmuster) was the first to be used. There were several colour schemes and three pairs of pattern variations. The first patterns 1 and 2 were hand printed on huge zeltbahn sized screens with no pattern repeat.

  • American M1942 Frog Skin Marine WWII Jungle CAMO – CAMO HQ

    Three-quarter length, single-breasted lightweight jacket of camouflage 'splittermuster' (splinter pattern, mid brown and mid-green angular shapes on a light-green field) herringbone twill cloth. Features a turn-down collar, front fastening of five buttons, detachable epaulettes, two large slash pockets below the waistband with rectangular button flaps, button cuffs and armpit ventilation holes.

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    New reproduction GI camouflage jacket as worn by US Army Soldiers in the Pacific Theater and by selected units during the Normandy invasion during WWII. Made of Cotton HBT material. Loose fit, made to fit over a wool shirt. These are outstanding new reproductions and just as good or better than other reproductions available on the market ...

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  • US WW2 Camoflage Uniforms

    The M1942 camouflage that influenced our plaid traces its origins to the US M1942 spot pattern camouflage of the Second World War, worn primarily in the Pacific Theater of Operations most generally referred to as the "duck hunter" camouflage.All JCRT shirts are made of Cotton twill and feature a locker loop at the

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    Expect to pay around £100 for a reproduction M1942 camoflage uniform, and another £20 for a helmet net and scrim. About the USMC M1942 camoflage uniform. The first camouflage uniform issued to the USMC was the Army's M1942 one-piece HBT uniform.

  • A Brief History of U.S. Military Camouflage Uniforms

    Jan 27, 2015· Duck Hunter was a favorite amongst, you guessed it, duck hunters from the 1960's through the 1990's but was originally known as US M1942–the camo used by American troops in the Pacific Theatre during WWII. Duck hunter has a solid background color with large splotches of at least two other colors overlaid on top. ERDL

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    MARPAT (short for Marine pattern) is a multi-scale camouflage pattern in use with the United States Marine Corps, designed in 2001 and introduced from late 2002 to early 2005 with the Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU), which replaced the Camouflage Utility Uniform.Its design and concept are based on the Canadian CADPAT pattern. The pattern is formed of small rectangular pixels of color.

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    M1942 Frog Skin. The M1942 Frog Skin pattern was the United States military's first attempt at disruptive coloration camouflage. In 1942, the Marine Raiders were the first issued the Frog Skin uniform, which was reversible with a five-colour jungle pattern on one side and a three-colour beach pattern on the other side.. Variations of Frog Skin Edit. The United States sold the Frog Skin pattern ...

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    The M1942 Frog Skin pattern was the United States military's first attempt at disruptive coloration camouflage. In 1942, the Marine Raiders were the first issued the Frog Skin uniform, which was reversible with a five-color jungle pattern on a green background on one side and a three-color beach pattern with a tan background on the other side.. Variations of Frog Skin

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    The M1942 Frog Skin pattern was the United States military's first attempt at disruptive coloration camouflage. In 1942, the Marine Raiders were the first issued the Frog Skin uniform, which was reversible with a five-color jungle pattern on a green background on one side and a three-color beach pattern with a tan background on the other side.

  • A Brief History of Camouflage | Guide Outdoors

    The U.S. had their M1942 "Frog Skin" camo. Germany had their Splittermuster and Leibermuster. The Soviets had their Amoeba pattern. By the end of WWII, the various camo patterns could be easily printed onto fabriic, hastening the proliferation of camouflage to individual troops. Allied soldier in WWII.

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    Jun 18, 2020· In the Pacific, a few U.S. Marine Corps units, including the Marine Raiders, wore reversible M1942 camouflage uniforms referred to as " frog suits " — one side was a greenish camo for jungle warfare, and the other side was tan for the beach environments frequented during the island-hopping campaigns.

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