iraqi brushstroke camouflage uniform
The Iraqi brushstroke camouflage uniform was first seen after the 1st Gulf War in 1991. A relatively rare camouflage, these were usually worn by Iraqi Military College cadets during training and also by elite Iraqi units. They are ranked as one of the worst quality Iraqi uniforms ever made. The brushstroke camouflage is crudely printed on the cheap fabric, which led to a plethora of different shades. These uniforms were also made by many different manufacturers, one being RMC.