Collection: Japanese Desert CAMO

Circa 1991, a desert camouflage pattern was fielded, reputedly in anticipation of Japanese Self-Defense Force personnel deploying to Iraq and North Africa, but was never actually issued to deploying personnel. The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force Ground Defense and Airbase Security Personnel are likely to have been recipients of many test uniforms during the 1990s, since the pattern is associated with the JASDF in several Japanese sources. Similar in appearance to the US six-color desert "chocolate chip" pattern, the design is actually a re-coloration of the old JSDF and JASDF Ground Forces "fang" designs, with the addition of black chip elements.

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