Over 4,500,000 military issued uniforms,
3000+ military vehicles and the W.L.Gore & Associates Inc., Beretta Italy and
Beretta USA "Optifade" hunting camouflage line use HyperStealth Camouflage patterns
May 6, 2015 NewScientist report:
US Army calls for ideas on invisible uniforms for
soldiers What's the holdup
on our Quantum Stealth (Light Bending material)? The U.S. military needed to
put in place the requirement. This requirement for light weight, passive
(non-powered) adaptive camouflage; "Invisibility Cloak", has now been
August 7, 2014 Digital Concealment Systems,
LLC and Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp. have resolved the litigation
between them. The confidential settlement is mutually beneficial to both
parties and the parties will have no further comment on this matter.
April 4, 2014 New Uniforms for Afghan National Police: U.S.
Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support is purchasing more than $50 million
worth of uniform items for the Afghan National Police which numbers around
157,000 Police Officers.
Bruce Carson (left), DLA Troop Support Clothing and Textiles
supervisory customer relationship management specialist, and Thomas Orlando,
C&T contracting officer, display prototypes of trousers procured for the
Afghan National Police. DLA worked with U.S. security commands and American
vendors to purchase more than $50 million worth of clothing and fabric for the
ANP. — Photo by Mikia Muhammad
developed the camouflage for the Columbia Sportswear Amphibious Assault
Collection for their Performance Fishing Gear (PFG) line for 2013.
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Hyperstealth to develop a camouflage pattern specific to Vans using their
Checkerboard as a base. Vans used these patterns to create their OTW
Hyperstealth collection released over the summer of 2013 (Most products have
been sold out)
LBX CAMO PACK
LBX Tactical is disrupting the commercial camouflage market with the
introduction of four highly effective patterns designed for Winter/Urban,
Desert, Woodland and Transitional environments. Working in cooperation with
Leading Edge Ventures and HyperStealth Biotechnology Corporation, the goal
of the LBX Camo project was to improve upon the vulnerabilities of several
of the most popular brands of camouflage and offer the improved capabilities
of patterns previously only authorized for use by special mission units
within the US Military.
Sniper Instructors from Naval Special Warfare and the US Marine Corps were
consulted to ensure the operational effectiveness of the patterns were
validated and optimized.