Author: Jimena Gonzalez Ponce
I wonder why. Want to hear a joke? I threw a camouflage themed party last week but no one showed up. Do you want to know why? It was because everybody couldn't be seen since they were camouflaged. Hahaha. Ok, let's get started with our article.
The very first uniforms that soldiers wore were blue and grey clothing. Then, in 1940, the U.S. army started wearing camouflage green and brown frog patterns. But, why do they actually wear it? They wear it because a soldier's main objective is to deceive the enemy. They can never make known their presence, position or their intended military formations. Military camouflage is the use of camouflage by an armed force to protect people and equipment from observation by enemy forces. Basically, it helps soldiers not be seen during combat.