Soldiers use foliage and paint for camouflage in the United States.
United States USA Date:1967 Duration:4 min 15 sec Sound:Yes
A training film about techniques and means of individual camouflage to be used by soldiers in the United States. A reconstruction shows a soldier amidst bushes with a camouflaged face. A soldier lying on a desert terrain for concealment. Soldiers in white overcoats walk across a snow covered field. A soldier prepares for camouflage. He cuts a 20 inch wide burlap cloth and covers his helmet. He applies mud on the helmet cover. He cuts the cover and puts leaves and foliage for camouflage. A white helmet for use in areas covered with snow. A soldier wearing a camouflaged helmet behind a tree. Soldiers lined up. They apply paint on their faces for camouflage.
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