Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

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    Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Hammerhead on Wed Feb 06, 2013 8:08 pm

    I found this H-Harness, similar to what's being sold in AOR1 and AOR2 in eBay. But this is made in what seems to be 1000D, and is padded and the webbing is CB. It is also flame retardant according to the Eagle tag. It has an extra buckle on the back and also an attachment point under the carry strap in the neck... dont know if you can see it..

    And it's dirty as hell, wardust? It's made in 2008, except the Army Pouch that is made in 2080 Wink

    Who uses this kind of stuff? How much is this stuff worth?

    Here is some pictures. Note that alla have CB webbing and are Flame Retardent.

















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    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:55 am

    USSOCOM use these Multicam (originally AOR 3) SOF-LCS (Special Operations Forces Load carridge System) items (1000D 2008). There are over 150 components (including body armor) in the system. All items are NSN'd since 2009 (8465-01-574 & 575)(1095-01-574 & 575)(8470-01-574 & 575). It comes in 1000D & 500D, some new components (most made by Bulldog Tactical) have been added 2010 & 2011.

    SOF-LCS is available in AOR1, AOR2, AOR3, Khaki, Coyote Tan, Ranger Green, & Black 500D & 1000D. Over 2000 pieces.
    SOF-LCS has several sub systems:
    Air Force Load Carriage System (AFLCS) AOR3
    Marine Corps Load Carrying System (MCLCS) Coyote Tan & Khaki
    Maritime Load Carrying System (MLCS Seals) Khaki, AOR1, & AOR2
    Ranger Load Carrying System (RLCS) Khaki, Ranger Green, & AOR3
    Special Forces Load Carriage System (SFLCS) Khaki & AOR3

    AOR1, AOR2, & AOR3 are all available with 2008 dates and no NSNs
    Khaki, Coyote Tan, Ranger Green, & Black have a wide selection of NSNs dating from 2004-2012.

    I have NSN lists if anyone is interested PM me with an E-mail address & I'll send them to you.

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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 8:02 am

    Accually I could post them here or under a new topic. simple to cut & paste let me know
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    Post by Hammerhead on Sat Feb 09, 2013 10:03 am

    Thanks for helping out!

    Multicam being called AOR3? That's a first for me. I've read about multicam colored digital camo being described as AOR3, but looks tbh more like the good ol' X-Camo that was introduced at SHOT in 2008. Never heard of regular multicam being called that though.
    Also, in the ADS SOF-LCS information the color is called Multicam as well as in all the FBOs. Eagle also code it CCA while AOR1 is 5A1 and AOR2 is 5A2, why not call Multicam 5A3 if that's the case?

    Anyways, I think I've found the kit. It was fist ordered for Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, but the Air Force also ordered 150 H-harnesses with accessories. They were delivered to Nellis AFB close to Las Vegas, where I also found my items.
    Here's the FBO: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=5b9293db5ce81e48c1d0b57a1ec88865&tab=core&_cview=0
    Notice the color description FR CRYE Multicam which I find unusual, which also seem to have a another code over at Eagle (FCCA assuming F for Flame Retardent).
    Also note that some pouches, like the J-Knife pouch says FCOY and the FBO states FR Coyote the pouch is still in Multicam.
    And the Army Pouch is made in the future... A lot of interesting stuff going on with these if I amy say so...
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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:02 am

    I believe its the USAF that calls it AOR3
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    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:05 am

    Maybe it was the Navy as they were the first ones that took the EGA out of the MARPAT and called it AOR1 & AOR2
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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:13 am

    As for Eagle A1 is the Code for AOR1, A2 for AOR2 The 5 denotes 500D Cordura and the CCA for Multicam goes back to their code for woodland pattern which is CA
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    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:18 am

    Throw this into the mix multicam was originally called Scorpion pattern when CYRE was working with the army in 2003
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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Recon369 on Sat Feb 09, 2013 11:52 pm

    I went through my research, AOR3 was in a paper about Navy uniforms. It says its Seals only uniform.
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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

    Post by Hammerhead on Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:23 am

    Please feel free to share your research bro! Either via PM or in a thread.

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    Re: Unknown Multicam items by Eagle Industries

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