It resembles the Czechoslovakian Vz 60 mlok pattern camouflage. Well. Just a tiny bit, enough to make me remember it. (guy on the far right)
But it looks very home-made / theatre made. Especially the guy in the middle (third one from the left)
Czech Republic - CamopediaAlso developed in 1985 but never adopted into Czechoslovakian service was the Vz 85 two-colour desert pattern. The brown sections of the desert pattern correspond to the brown parts of the vz 85 leaf pattern. Early versions of the desert pattern have a slightly different coloration to that eventually adopted, and the style of uniform also was also different. This became the standard desert pattern of the Czech Republic Armed Forces, and has been worn by Czech military personnel operating in desert regions since 1991.
Πόλεμος πάντων μεν πατήρ εστί, πάντων δε βασιλεύς.
Czech camouflage pattern salamander.
Hi James, many thanks for sharing this reference picture mate, it is full of detail, it is interesting to see the last guy wearing the VZ53/80 with the olive coloured cover, and of course the mysterious camo effect cover's, which in this picture are clearly all unique and not a standard camo pattern.
Do you know unit these soldiers represent?
its a pleasure opex ,ive found this one lurking in my saved pictures ,but cant for the life of me find the link to the site i got it from ,usual storybut im sure there must be other pictures out there on this chemical unit ,i think it was a dedicated czech website ,if i find it ill let you know ,
Some links about czech chemical and airborne unit in the Gulf
Protichemická jednotka u? p?ed 20 lety dokázala, ?e ?e?tí vojáci pat?í k nejlep?ím | Armáda
ÄŚeskoslovenskĂ˝ protichemickĂ˝ prapor v PerskĂ©m zĂˇlivu 1990-1991 â€“ Wikipedie
Operace Desert Storm
superb links lupus ,thanks very much for all your help ,i think the link i looked at originally and the referance picture i recently showed on my last post was from the Pouštní bouře one