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Big Ideas: On camouflage, fewer banks and baby boomers

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Kelley Sayler for the Center for a New American Security: In the latest installment of the ongoing military camouflage saga, the U.S. Army is said to have abandoned its $10 million investigation into replacing the Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP), a design that was so reviled by military operators in Afghanistan that the Army was pressed to authorize — at a cost of over $38.8 million — the...

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