iraqi police digital camo uniforms made by najaf garment factory
Najaf Garment Factory is a factory that existed during the Saddam period and presently, and makes military uniforms for the Iraqi Armed Forces. The Iraqi Federal Police uniforms below were made by this factory, evident by the unique tag. They are of decent quality and have an unique pattern of camouflage fabric they are made from.
This variant of the Najaf Garment Factory made Federal Police camo uniforms is a straight pocket version widely seen with the early Federal Police units. They are still in use today but on a lesser scale. The unique camouflage pattern used by this company has a background shade of an almost white looking blue color and the fabric is made of ripstop.
Also used by early Federal Police units is the ACU style uniform made by Najaf Garment Factory. It is similar to the yellow tag Chinese imported ACU style uniform but of lesser quality. The same type of fabric used by Najaf Garment Factory is on this uniform as well.
Najaf Garment Factory also produced camouflage parkas for the Iraqi police forces. They are of good quality and have a removable liner inside them for extra warmth. It appears that they are loosely based off the US M65 jacket.
This parka is made for the regular Iraqi Police from around the 2010 time period. The camouflage pattern is blue DPM. It has an imitation wool liner inside. It has 4 frontal pockets.
This parka is made for the Iraqi Federal Police and has such patches factory applied to the jacket. The zippered hood has an imitation wool liner while the jacket has a different type of liner I have not seen before. The hood can be zipped up in the collar to conceal it.