SIG Sauer Academy

The 15th Came and Went

Still no down select announcement for the Camouflage Improvement Effort from the Army and they won’t answer, let alone acknowledge, our emails.

Perhaps it will be tomorrow.

18 Responses to “The 15th Came and Went”

  1. Jesse says:

    If they do it tomorrow, they have a two day buffer if anyone feels like complaining.

  2. Mike says:

    Thanks for staying on this!

  3. GGG says:

    And you are surprised by this? They are going to delay this as much as they possibly can, so they have more time to develop their version of the story on how and why they selected the patterns that they did.

  4. Adam says:

    Friday email will go our around 1630. They will hit the send button as they are walking out the door; that is unless the base commander initiates the :59 minute rule.

  5. Darius137 says:


    *waits impatiently*

  6. Strike-Hold! says:

    On a brighter note, at least the Seabees have some spiffy new camo threads to wear while building airstrips, harbors, FOBs and improving beaches – you know, all the places where you REALLY need a camo uniform! LOL. And it will hide the sea-men’s stains better than the old stuff too…

  7. Jesse says:

    Perhaps AOR shined through as an end all be all and they are just wondering how to word the statement. Very bad pun by the way.

  8. Paralus says:

    Roggenwolf, Digital Concealment, Hyde Definition. That’s too bad as they have some great patterns. It also makes me leery of the downselect results.

  9. ODG says:

    Hark I hear the sound of feet shuffling, excuse making, and whole lot ass covering…Merry F***king Christmas!

  10. BuffaloKnuckle says:

    Everyone knows its going to be ACUs but with a sewn on pt belt

  11. Greg says:

    We’ve wated 3 long years to get the info we need, I think we can wait just a day or two longer won’t be bad they say waiting does the senses good or something like that.

  12. scott says:

    Did the US Navy borrow those cams from the ANA?!?!

    • Ex11A says:

      I’d still rather have those than the ACUs. At least the Navy’s camo has some colors that occur in nature, unlike the bluish ACUs.