Products of navy camouflage mousepads
Perfect mousepad for the service member in your family Low section view of sailors forming ranks for an award ceremony featured with US Navy.? Mouse pad with black digital camo print on it. . Battling against the toughest opponents with the help of this camouflage mouse pad! Bold patches of blues and navy make this mouse pad a must-have for those energetic and wired. Customize it by adding your initials or name. and Rugged and masculine camouflage pattern and faux leather personalized name mouse pad. The design features a dark navy blue camouflage pattern paired with brown faux stitched leather to create a stylish rugged look. Personalize with name. Camouflage artwork by Moodthology.. Add a touch of patriotism to your office or work space at home!, Blue Camouflage Mouse Pad, Image BFS21130064? Mouse pad with digital camo print on it....Enjoy this fun and stylish computer mouse pad personalized with a name and feminine camo design. This camouflage is original art in shades of pink and fuchsia pink. A light pink strip provides an area to personalize with your name, monogram initials or other words of your choice such as business name or saying. This cute and trendy camo design is by artist and fabric designer Phyllis Dobbs and is available in red, turquoise, blue, light olive green and darker olive green camo on various products for your enjoyment or for great gifts. Have fun with camouflage! Fully customizable for personalization. or Mouse pad with Navy digital camo on it. Military camouflage is one of many means of deceiving an enemy. In practice, it is the application of colour and materials to battledress and military equipment to conceal them from visual observation. The French slang word camouflage came into common English usage during World War I when the concept of visual deception developed into an essential part of modern military tactics. In that war, long-range artillery and observation by air combined to expand the field of fire, and camouflage was widely used to decrease the danger of being targeted. Previously known as concealing coloration or deceptive concealment, military camouflage was first practised in the early 1800s by some military units in self-defence against the increased accuracy and rate of fire of guns. Before that, armies tended to wear bright colours and bold, impressive designs to daunt the enemy, foster unit cohesion, allow easier identification of units in the fog of war, attract recruits, and reduce desertion. The intent of camouflage is to disrupt an outline by merging it with the surroundings, making a target harder to engage, or to confuse an observer as to its nature. Some modern camouflage, e.g. CADPAT, addresses visibility in the near infrared as well as visible light, for concealment from night vision devices. Different countries have taken different paths towards the development of military camouflage. The Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP), also referred to as ACUPAT (Army Combat Uniform PATtern) or Digital Camouflage ("digicam") is the military camouflage pattern currently in use in the United States Army's Army Combat Uniform. The pattern was chosen after several laboratory and field tests that occurred from 2003 to 2004. Its digital pattern is a modification of the United States Marine Corps' MARPAT camouflage and research into Dual Texture (Dual-Tex) Camouflage conducted in the 1970s., Mousepad with Woodland pattern camouflage, also known as leaf pattern. The digital camouflage pattern as seen on modern navy soldiers’ uniforms.