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I was out training with my team this weekend and thought I would pass on the great results I had with ATACS FG camo pattern. Below is a shot of me on point as we practiced patrolling techniques (hand signals, formations, and reactions to contact). I put this pattern to the test when I hid and laid down in the prone right in a green patch of grass out here in the woods. I then had a friend try to spot me as he walked in my general direction. It took him till about 10 feet from my location, he still could not see me, so, I let out a loud fart, which gave my position away. The tactical experience I learned from the day is…Don’t fart in the woods when the enemy is near, and the ATACS FG is excellent.
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That looks like an excellent spring/summer pattern.
3-4 Aug 2013 CRCD, 2-6 Aug 2014 CRCD/Patrol, 30 Sep 2016 Run n Gun, 1-2 Oct 2016 FoF, 3-4 March 2018 DCH alumni
great pattern for the environment there, as always, the right scheme for the right terrain. had team members run ATACs desert in Kandahar and it worked real well too
I am planning on using ATACS for the outer cover on production thermal tarps. I think it will work very well at breaking up outlines from the air.
I’m a fan, but use will depend on production of all of the other bits of kit, otherwise you lose some of the advantage gained.
Fighting communists was a lot more fun when it was a group effort conducted overseas, and not an insurgency here at home.
Pericles, they have a gear finder on their website. And it looks like you can get damn near anything in the pattern. If not, they do sell around six or so different types of patterned cloth for manufacturing your own gear. And as a disclaimer, I’m just a fan of it myself, no association with them.
I really like ATACS.
Maybe once the Army goes to multicam, it will be more popular w/ tactically hipsters than multicam
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