The feature of camo jacket
Camouflage uniform is a basic type of training uniform, a new type of protective color with irregular patterns composed of colors such as green, yellow, tea, and black. The camouflage uniform requires its reflected light waves to be roughly the same as the light waves reflected by the surrounding scenery. It can not only confuse the enemy’s visual reconnaissance, but also deal with infrared reconnaissance, making it difficult for the enemy’s modern reconnaissance equipment to catch the target. Camouflage uniforms first appeared as camouflage uniforms. Hitler’s army first used camouflage uniforms at the end of World War II, which was called “three-color camouflage uniforms.” The German camouflage uniforms received very good results in actual combat. Later, military forces from various countries followed suit and studied and improved the color and patch shape of the camouflage. The camouflage clothing newly developed after the 1960s is made of synthetic chemical fibers. It is not only superior to the original cotton material in terms of anti-visible light detection, but also because of the special chemical substances mixed in the color dyes, the infrared light reflection ability of the camouflage clothing The reflection ability of the surrounding scenery is roughly similar, so it has a certain camouflage effect against infrared light reconnaissance.