TUG in Australia

The people reached by TUG never seize to amaze me and this specific mail started with a G´day and continued in that cheerful Aussie style that even we up north have come to like ( thanks to Crocodile Dundee 😉 just kidding….)

So, check out these fantastic photos sent in from an AFP (Australian Federal Police) Officer during exercises near the area of Canberra in a scenery not unlike the Nordic! The nice looking snowy one is featuring the very top of “Down Under´s” highest mountain the majestic – Mt Kosciuzko!

Wearing M90 Thermal Cap and Rucksack Cover M90 (and the trousers, not from us though) as shield from the rain and low temperatures in the pine clustered  pictures looks like a good choice also from a camouflage point of view ,looks right at home there i must say!

As a comment to the snowy picture the sender wrote ” The third photo is actually taken on the summit of Australia – Mt Kosciuzko. Yes, this beach country down in the Southern Hemisphere actually does have snow. While not wearing any TUG visibly, I had your Thermal Cap packed, ready to go when night fell.

Many thanks for sending in the pictures and sharing your experience with them i hope it was a rewarding exercise(es).

For those of you that want to check out the M90 camouflage gear we have available please visit the webshop here.
//Martin

Thermal cap and Rucksack cover in M90 on a Australian Federal Police Officer during exercise near Canberra.

Thermal cap and Rucksack cover in M90 on a Australian Federal Police Officer during exercise near Canberra.

M90 in Federal Police use in Australia, near Canberra during exercise. The camouflage seems to work well in this environment.

M90 in Federal Police use in Australia, near Canberra during exercise. The camouflage seems to work well in this environment.

Quote "The summit of Australia - Mt Kosciuzko. Yes, this beach country down in the Southern Hemisphere actually does have snow. While not wearing any TUG visibly, I had your Thermal Cap packed, ready to go when night fell."

Quote “The summit of Australia – Mt Kosciuzko. Yes, this beach country down in the Southern Hemisphere actually does have snow. While not wearing any TUG visibly, I had your Thermal Cap packed, ready to go when night fell.”

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