Pacific Marine M1942 Frogskin WWII Tropic Jungle Camouflage Rain Jacket

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Also known as “Duck Hunter” camouflage, Frogskin is an iconic battlefield pattern from WW2 made famous by its status as the default issued camo for the U.S. Marine Corps. It was the American armed forces’ first shot at a disruptive camouflage pattern - first issuing it to Raiders (one of the predecessors to modern special operations forces) in 1942. The design features mottle blotches designed to blend into the jungle like the crypsis skin of a frog.

The pattern saw service in where U.S. Marines, Navy Sailors, and Soldiers fought the Japanese empire on the Makin Atoll raid, Saipan, Peleliu, Tarawa, the Philippines, Okinawa, Iwo Jima and other battlefields.

Other branches such as the Army experimented with the pattern during the Second World War - but it was nonetheless closely associated with the Marines. Other countries such as France and parts of Vietnam were issued the pattern.

The infantry grunt veterans, former private military contractors (PMCs), and special forces operators who make up the OAF Nation art design team thought this was a no brainer to roll this one out.

This rain jacket features a unique design consisting of high definition graphic artwork and colors. It is made up of sturdy quality fabric that will hold up well in the wash and the dryer.

Pre-order will ship in 3 weeks from order date.

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