Hiding in Plain Sight: The Army's Search for a Better Camouflage Uniform
Mortlock, Robert F.
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This combat uniform camouflage case study encourages critical analysis of a U.S. Army project at a decision point. The case focuses on the procurement strategy of combat camouflage uniforms and equipment for U.S. Army soldiers. The combat uniform case study reinforces critical thinking in uncertain environments, documents lessons learned for project management for future application, and provides wide private-sector exposure to the complexities of public-sector acquisition and camouflage uniform strategy and test planning in particular.
Teacher’s Note: Hiding in plain sight: the Army's search for a better camouflage uniform. International Journal of Instructional Cases (IJIC), Vol 2, 1-31 is available online at www.ijicases.com
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