In this video we are going to look at the camouflage effectiveness of the Vietnam era Duck Hunter “Beo Gam” camouflage pattern that was primarily used by U.S. military advisors in the early years of the Vietnam war.
We will be looking at these uniforms in a woodland environment during the early fall season (North Texas woods). This video will consist of numerous scenes where each will begin with a concealed stationary position (both with & without the use of vegetation), followed by a movement phase out of the initial position. The purpose of this video is to give the viewer a chance to see the individual camouflage pattern and how it looks and blends into this environment. There will be varying degrees of how much of the uniform will be exposed to the viewer. Some scenes will only expose little more than perhaps a hat, while other scenes will have virtually no vegetation covering.
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