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Tactical Assault Camouflage

Tactical Assault Camouflage, also called TACAM, is a camouflage pattern exclusively used by the National Counterterrorism Center.[1]

The pattern was designed as an experiment to show the ability of fractal patterns, breaking up a soldier's outline and symmetry. The fractal pattern and harsh geometric figures in the pattern meld well in urban and suburban areas, where it is used.

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