Yikes! The US Army has a $5 billion camo-print "fiasco" on their hands: for the past eight years, soldiers' uniforms have been made in a camouflage pattern that apparently stands out in every environment they've encountered so far. Army researchers blame higher authorities who got involved in the design process, "letting looks and politics get in the way of science."
Of course, this isn't the first time the Army has opted for some uniform design changes. I'm sure the fashion industry will follow suit with the new test pattern once they get wind of it.