Different factors that help to recognize a soldier under camouflage in the United States.
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:4 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled 'Individual camouflage' about techniques and means of individual camouflage to be used by soldiers in the United States. A soldier lying in prone position fires a rifle. Targets at a firing range. A soldier being targeted. A soldier repairs a jeep. Dense overgrowth in a forest. A soldier amidst bushes. A soldier hides behind a tree as the enemy fires at him. Various factors of recognition of a soldier. Firstly, movement. An open field. Secondly, position as a soldier stands on an open field. Thirdly, shape as a jeep moves on a road. Fourthly, shadow as a soldier's shadow is seen on a rock. Fifthly, texture. Animation depicts the texture of grass and a path followed through it that helps to locate movement. A soldier wearing a helmet amidst bushes. He puts on a texture cover for camouflage. Sixthly, color. Soldiers in different colored uniforms lined up. Patches of different colors.
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