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What camo does the US Army use in the desert?
U.S. Army. First fielded in 1991, the DCU served as the U.S. Army’s primary desert combat pattern from 1992 to 2004. In June 2004, the Army unveiled a new pixel-style camouflage pattern called UCP (Universal Camouflage Pattern), to be used on the DCU’s successor uniform, the Army Combat Uniform (ACU).

When did 3 color desert camo come out?
Introduced in early 90’s the 3-Color Desert pattern was created as a response to the need of equipping a large number of the U.S. Army combat staff in camouflage uniforms suitable for desert warfare following the invasion of Kuwait by Iraqi Forces in 1990.

What is the desert camo uniform called?
DCU Tri-Color Desert tan camouflage pattern. This camo is also known as the Desert Combat Uniform (DCU), formerly worn by the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy. In service from 1991-2012.

Why does the U.S. military use desert camo?
As opposed to the original six-color DBDU, which was meant for a rockier and elevated desert battlefield that was often not encountered, the DCU was created primarily for a lower, more open, and less rocky desert battlefield space which became a common sight throughout the Persian Gulf War.

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