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Intro to Camouflage and Concealment

Intro to Camouflage and Concealment

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INTRODUCTION TO CAMOUFLAGE AND CONCEALMENT
Introduction
You must know how to camouflage and conceal yourself otherwise
you may be seen by the enemy.
Personal Camouflage

The tone and colour of the hands, neck and face and the shape, shine and silhouette of equipment must blend in with your surroundings.

\u2022Put camouflage cream, burnt cork or mud on your hands, neck
and face. Use more at night than at day.
\u2022Tie string across equipment (bergan or webbing) and use it to
hold foliage in place. This breaks up the outline of the equipment.
\u2022Wrap scrim or hessian around your weapon to hide shiny metal
surfaces and break up the outline. Do not obstruct the sights or
muzzle.
Concealment
Blend in with your surroundings by:

\u2022Looking around or through cover instead of over it.
\u2022Not \u2018skylining\u2019 yourself.
\u2022Choosing a background to match your clothing. If the background

changes you must adjust your personal camouflage.
\u2022Using shadow if you can.
\u2022Avoiding isolated cover (eg. a lone tree in the middle of a field).

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