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A young Soviet conscript wearing the 1968–1969 Kamuflirovannyy letniy maskirovochnyy kombinezon (trans. Russian: 'camouflaged summer concealing overalls', KLMK) camouflage coverall. Allegedly the pattern was dubbed 'solnechnyye zaychiki' ('sun bunnies'} by Soviet soldiers because it reminded them of the bright spots created by sunlight falling through a forest canopy. [Image: Leonid Yakutin.]
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