mawp just what the hells wrong with him? Oh he is deaf. It is my fault. No hate and not judging, but I honestly wish to know why PDs use camouflage! Is it a thing that is procurement just what? ...
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- What the hells wrong with him? Oh he's deaf. It's my fault.
- No hate and not judging, but I honestly want to know why PDs use camouflage! Is it a procurement thing or what?
- This is a big manhunt involving US Marshalls and Federal agencies and stuff... it's pretty serious and since it's a cop killer case the cops are probably taking it serious.
- Also, they're trudging through a swamp looking for several dudes who killed a cop. Camouflage makes sense here .
- Sometimes all they care about is that everyone is wearing the same thing. Our SWAT team recently switched from camo to olive drab because they got a federal grant and the OD was a little cheaper. My squad picked up some khaki colored BDUs, navy golf shirts and a subdued camo colored vests because the supplier was trying to get rid of them and gave us a good price.
- OD is better for the most part anyway than Black, in night operations and urban environments. Smart CT teams use OD more so than black.
- Here in Canada we mostly used grey or navy blue for night operations rather then black.
- We can get a lot through the military. Also because it looks cool.
- I prefer traditional SWAT black. Read more comments