ABU Digital Tiger Stripe Camouflage

History of ABU Digital Tiger Stripe

Digital Tiger Stripe Camo was first unveiled with the development and prototype testing of the new Air Force Airman Battle Uniform in the Summer of 2003. Based on the highly successful Vietnam War era Tiger Stripe pattern, this semi-pixelated tiger-stripe pattern has a subdued palette that is similar to the widely fielded Universal Camo Pattern which is commonly referred to as digital camo.

As of April 1, 2021 the US Air Force has discontinued authorization for ABU Digital Tiger Stripe Camo use in favor of the new Operation Camouflage Pattern. Presently the Civil Air Patrol has adopted ABU Digital Tiger Stripe and continues to use this distinctive camouflage pattern while in service.  With the end of active duty use, authentic ABU Digital Tiger Stripe equipment will become more rare and sought after making our selection of ABU Digital Tiger Stripe in ever increasing demand from collectors.

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