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SHOT Show 17 – Marina Trans Jungle Camo Pattern

Marina Trans Jungle formally known as US4CES resurfaces during Shot Show via Naval Infantry of Mexico with a few images of the pattern in various environments. The pattern was on display in the ADSinc booth with a few other patterns from developer Guy Cramer of Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp.

The pattern was spotted at the LBTINC booth as well, full combat uniform with matching kit and accessories.

Word is that end users are quite happy with the move to Marina Trans Jungle as it has outperformed their old camouflage pattern in their operational environment.

11 Responses to “SHOT Show 17 – Marina Trans Jungle Camo Pattern”

  1. Mac says:

    It would’ve been nice to see the Corps go with this as their MARPAT Gen IIs. There was a Mexican Marine here at the NMUSAF a few months back wearing them. It was the first time I’d seen them in person. I was very impressed with them.

  2. patrulje says:

    Complete tangent, is that a puma the jumper pictured is about to exit? I am used to all side exits of rotary wing a/c being sit-down affairs. Chinooks being rear exits of course.

    • Mike D says:

      Looks like it may be the interior of an Mi-17. I’ve not been in a Puma, but the fold up gunner seat is definitely on the Mi-17.

  3. Dev says:

    I thought the best publicity photos this pattern could get was when El Chapo was arrested and flanked by the Mexican Marines wearing their new uniforms.

  4. SShink says:

    It’s a jungle pattern, yet none of the photographs are in the jungle. Am I missing something?

  5. Eddie says:

    Considering how Mexico doesn’t skimp out on issuing top dollar gear to their forces I think they might be able to afford the wall. (kiddingnotkidding)

    I really like Mexican Armed Forces equipment though, and yes, they do issue what we see in the photos. You can see it here in an exercise with US Marines.

    https://youtu.be/XZu7f5IvQVY?t=2m14s

  6. James says:

    Look like Danner Rats boots too.

  7. Luke says:

    I was just in mexico a few weeks ago, got a real kick out of seeing Mexican Marines patrolling the streets in the back of a pickup wearing this pattern.

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