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What can a new camouflage suit by Cabela do?

Answer: change color

by / February 13, 2014
071114-F-3252P-017 14 November, 2007- U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Matt Sleeper from the 354th Security Forces Squadron at Eielson AFB, AK, deployed to Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq as a member of the 506th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadrons Close Precision Engagement team, demonstrates how they use camouflaged gilly suits to blend into their surroundings while setting up surveillance for terrorist activity. The 506th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq, houses a Close Precision Engagement team of U.S. Air Force snipers who train as anti-sniper teams to target terrorist and insurgent snipers attacking U.S. and coalition forces in the area. -RELEASED- (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt Angelique Perez) CAOC/Public Affairs

Cabela has a new line of camouflage gear that changes color with the weather, shifting to a more brown color in cold and greener in warm. American military groups generally select various colored gear depending on the scenario, but clothing that adapts color could potentially have practical or cost-saving benefits to those groups.