MultiCam and OCP military uniforms may look the same, but they're not. This mistake can be easily made by recruits who lack experience with both types of camo patterns. Recruitment centers should caution new enlistees that there are differences between Multi-Cam (M855) patterned material used on combat trousers versus Olive Drab (OD) colorway typically seen in boonie hats or jackets.
The U.S government introduced MultiCam camouflage gear in 2002 as a way for soldiers to blend into their surroundings, and it quickly became popular with all branches of service because the colors were blended together seamlessly without making anyone stand out or look like they had paint on them! After Crye Precision’s original design was replaced due to price disputes between ourselves and Uncle Sam (rules are rules), we went back-to-basics: Using just one shade per shape made sure every user looked great no matter what environment he found himself in—green grassland? No problemo; sandy desert landscape over here I come right up electorat.
The OCP uniform is a recent addition to the military's dress code. It was first made available to soldiers in 2015, and it has been updated multiple times since then with new colorways each year as well as other improvements such at increased durability for harsh environments from sandstorms or chemical attacks. The difference between OCP and MultiCam is immediately noticeable. While both offer a similar color scheme at first glance, the former features darker colors with sharper appearances while providing more durability for regular use compared to its counterpart.
It's not always easy to tell the difference between OCP and MultiCam uniforms, but soldiers need to make this distinction. In late 2017 United States military transitioned from using a specific type of pattern on their camo items- known as twiglets that were near vertical in shape with no linears patterns across them at all -to an altogether different style: one where horizontal lines predominate throughout most parts of each cloth garment (known simply as "OCP"). Today you'll find Army Air Force Space Force wearing these types!