Personal Clothing System - the replacement for CS95

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Quick question, How is this different to MTP? I'm asking for furry reasons of course. Having just redone some of the uniforms, I just need to check, so they are still up to date.


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mtp is the pattern PCS is the dress and cut !
 
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Quick question, How is this different to MTP? I'm asking for furry reasons of course. Having just redone some of the uniforms, I just need to check, so they are still up to date.


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Hi - the camouflage is the same, no problems there. The cut of the uniform is slightly different - no external breast pockets or exposed buttons being the main differences.
 
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mtp is the pattern PCS is the dress and cut !
Cool thanks!! I think I have got the trousers right, but the jackets are a little different, will at some stage need to work on those (I had a look at the piccie, but will need a closer one of the jacket to be sure). The Bears now also are wearing the underbody armour as well (well the ones I redressed are at any rate!!).


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there are basic details on the Internet here:

Ministry of Defence | Defence News | Equipment and Logistics | Introduction of Personal Clothing System

but the full PowerPoint is only available on the Intranet right now.

however we are doomed already - it clearly now states:

"• Lightweight Jacket. A shirt that can be worn over a thermal or sweat-wicking layer. It can be worn either
tucked into trousers or loose depending on environmental conditions."

i thought this was our chance to get away from the WW2 habbit of tucking JACKETS into our combats.
 
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Hi - the camouflage is the same, no problems there. The cut of the uniform is slightly different - no external breast pockets or exposed buttons being the main differences.
The bears jackets currently have external breast pockets and exposed buttons, which won't take to long to sort out. Once I get them sorted I may email you some photo's just to check I have gone down the right road. After all I work from photo's (that's cause I'm a divvy civvi!!).

Can you also pm me your addy again I have something for you!!!

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however we are doomed already - it clearly now states:

"• Lightweight Jacket. A shirt that can be worn over a thermal or sweat-wicking layer. It can be worn either
tucked into trousers or loose depending on environmental conditions."

i thought this was our chance to get away from the WW2 habbit of tucking shirts into our combats.
Actually, WW2 battledress consisted of a short jacket that fastened at the waist, making it look like it was tucked into the trousers:



Agree though - if something is designed to be worn untucked, it is usually not going to look (or feel) very good when tucked in and secured with belt, belly-enhancing.
 
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