Far too easy to confuse the men with that kind of multiple choice.Depends if it is summer or past 1800 hours.
Afrikakorps did this with their helmets (no no their Stahlhelm, not their knob) in the desert (obviously). Yes the paint was desert yellow anyway, but the sand made them utterly matt and non-reflective.I recall the USMC in the early stages of deployment on Desert Shield covering their Humvees with sand on new paint. It looks very good.
Well it's obvious isn't it? Send the nig to the QM(Tech) and ask for a tin of the appropriate (2-colour, 3-colour, urban, whatever) camouflage paint.What about the rest of vehicles for European operations? IF DPM is seem to be ineffective? Current vehicle paint seems pretty useless in urban environments for example...and you know how some minorities hate the countryside, so if its kicks off in Europe it'll be close to a halal butchers and mobile phone shops.
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