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Soldiers of the Honduran Army

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Soldiers of the Honduran Army, dressed in U.S. woodland pattern camouflage, pose in front of a statue. Strangely, the soldier at the front of the group has a Campaign For Nuclear Disarmament (CND) symbol painted onto his left cheek. [Image: DPM Publishing/Yves Debay.]

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kamouflage.net has catalogued 40 military camouflage patterns from five countries in North America. These countries are listed below. To help you find the one you want, they have been listed alphabetically, by name.

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