A Pattern-painted M113 APC and a M60 tank is shown on this page of the 1975 Military Camo booklet. The text reads, Pattern painting is not a magic, cure-all camouflage technique. However, it makes the item much harder to see and to recognize as a military object. It also provides an excellent base for further, more complete camouflage. If properly sited, the pattern-painted vehicle will need much less work to camouflage than a solid-colored vehicle. Figures 1 and 2 show patterned-painted vehicles during field exercises and evaluation.
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