Iranian "Chocolate Chip" Camouflage Uniforms
The Iranian military in recent years has copied a few camouflage patterns from countries around the world, including the 1990's era US Military 6 color, or "Chocolate Chip", camo pattern. It is unknown exactly when these first saw service, but they are not widely used today. Most were worn by the IRGC Sepah Commandoes but others simply were used by the regular army .
The uniform above sports the 6 color camouflage on the standard Iranian uniform style of pocket flaps pointed on one side, and a lightweight construction. It also sports infantry collar tabs, Corporal ranks, and Iranian Army patches on both the sleeve and pocket. Name or branch tapes were once above the pockets but were removed, however its very clear that this one was used by the regular army.