Sunday, November 29, 2009


The uniforms are being tested in the desert of the American Southwest.

The red suit may be used for the medical troops.

Some have suggested that each man in a team or squad will use a different color. This will allow the squad leader to identify each man from a distance.

From a great height the green fatigues blend in and are difficult to see. The yellow and red are still visible.

From even farther away, only the yellow is still really visible. This may be helpful in rescue operations. The race to the moon to attain military superiority is a national priority.


Jim. said...

The yellow and red remain visible to a sniper. However, if these are not combat troops, then an analogy can be drawn between the colors of these uniforms and those worn on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.

Bunkermeister said...

When on the moon, snipers will be few.