(Yes I know there are a couple of Multicam threads - but this is specifically to discuss the topic of US and British troops working together and wearing the same camo.) The very excellent 'Firearms Blog' posted up an interesting tidbit about the US Department of Defence announcement that the US Army will be adopting MULTICAM for it's soldiers in Afghanistan... "LTC Cummings of the Army Public Affairs Office has confirmed that the Secretary of the Army, the Honorable John McHugh approved a plan today to begin the fielding of MultiCam uniforms and individual equipment as soon as possible" With the British Army adopting MTP (aka Multicam remnants!) does this mean there will finally some tangable proof of convergence between the US and UK armed forces? (>Lites blue touch paper<) Seriously, I wonder how people feel about the *possibility* of UK and US troops serving together wearing the same camo? I find this interesting - as when MTP was launched the MoD spokesperson said that MTP was adopted - in part - to establish a distinctive 'corporate identity' for the British Army. So where does that leave us now?