I got a better camoflage picture from my ZX spectrum back in 1988!!!
that truly is a Cak uniform and will just give the rest of the world an excuse to lay into them.
PS did anyone see the excuse for the new uniform?
Also, many sailors also work ashore, often in combat zones, where the camo pattern still works in built up areas. But more immediately, the camo pattern hides the grease, and other, stains that sailors tend to get on their uniforms. The stains become part of the camouflage pattern, and are one less thing for your chief (Chief Petty Officer, every sailors works for one) to worry about. The camo pattern also makes the uniform still look presentable, even though it is wrinkled. The uniform is made of wash-and-wear material, and is lighter, and more rugged, than fabric currently used. The normal wear life of the NWU is designed to be up to 18 months, compared to six months for the current working uniforms.
I think a stable belt would finish it all off, maybe the RLC one. Complete colour clash. That should
Well it may look a little strange, granted. But at least they have not gone badge mad yet, like we seem to be!!!!
baffle the enemy!!