The first platoon, it is the best; They always pass the Colonel's tests. We bet the Boy's Army Camo Costume will pass the colonel's test too. Included are a shirt, pants and hat, all designed from camouflage patterned fabric. On the shirt sleeve is an embroidered American flag. U.S. forces have known the importance of camouflage since the American Revolution, when George Washington sent out small groups of soldiers to ambush the British. While they did not wear camouflage as we know it, they certainly knew the benefit of staying hidden. During the Spanish American War, the blue U.S. uniforms were easy to spot so soldiers smeared mud on the. In the early 1900s, the blue uniform became the dress uniform and soldiers wore either khaki or greenish-brown uniforms in combat. Over the years, the uniform has change but it is always camouflage.
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