The Desert Battle Dress Uniform (DBDU) is an American arid-environment camouflage that was used by the United States Armed Forces from the early 1980s to the early to mid 1990s, most notably during the Persian Gulf War. Although the U.S. military has since abandoned the pattern, it is still in widespread use by militaries across the world. The Desert Battle Dress Uniform uses a camouflage pattern known as the "Chocolate-Chip Camouflage", "Cookie Dough Camouflage", or the "Six-Color Desert Pattern". The camouflage received its nickname because it resembles chocolate-chip cookie dough. It is made up of a base pattern of light tan overlaid with broad swathes of pale green and wide two-tone bands of brown. Clusters of black-on-white spots are scattered over, to mimic the appearance of pebbles and their shadows.
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