Navy’s new Maritime Multi-Cam Pattern Uniform roll-out will commence in October 2021. The new lightweight contemporary uniform utilises the latest technology, enhancing the safety and comfort of members wearing it. Manufactured in Australia, the MMPU has retained its gray tone similar to that of the Disruptive Pattern Navy Uniform (DPNU), but a point of difference are the two variants now available, a flame resistant and non-flame resistant version, depending on the roles of the member. The uniform roll-out has started in the warmer tropical states of the Northern Territory and North Queensland and issued to other units with an expected completion at the end of 2022

Warrant Officer Andrew Lee wears the Royal Australian Navy’s new Maritime Multi-Cam Pattern Uniform at HMAS Coonawarra, Darwin, NT.

(l-r) Seaman Maritime Personnel Operator Jane Rhodes, Seaman General Experiance Bailey Steenbuck, Midshipman Morgan Schieflebein and Seaman General Experience Gemma Silverstand, outside HMAS Coonawarra Headquarters, Darwin, NT.

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