MultiCam® is a modern, versatile camouflage color for different terrain, developed by the American firm Crye Precision ™ along with U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center (also known as U.S Army Natick labs). The coloration was intended to replace the old tri-color desert (Tri-Color Desert) and woodland (Woodland) camouflage that required replacement. Camouflage is available for sale to civilians. In the competition for a new camouflage for the US Army, Multicam lost the ACUPAT universal camouflaged color.
Camouflage Multicam has become popular among military enthusiasts. This is one of the patterns that was not adopted by army, but manufacturers of military uniforms and uniforms continue to produce it in large numbers. Today, several departments of the United States Joint Operations Center and some unofficial contractors (non-military units used to carry out secret operations, so-called "mercenaries") use the Multi-units. Also, some of the secret services. in the U.S. such as the Department of Homeland Security, the Migration Control Service, and othersSince 2007, Multicam is used by the Polish unit GROM and the Ukrainian "Alpha".