Date: 2020-09-21 09:48
This contains content from the Uniforms pack only. The Vests and Helmets, as well as the Accessories such as masks and shemaghs, are not included.
UNIFORMS- 'My Little Operator' Uniform pack, because everyone loves their Tactical Barbie dress up in Arma, the purpose of these packs is to add even more gear variety to the game.
-M81 Woodland Pattern
This classic Woodland camo has existed in some form or another since the 1960's and it's use is incrediably widespead, being commonly used by many nations and groups around the world. It was originally a US-designed camo and is still in limited use in some Special Operation Forces groups such as the US MARSOC Raiders and US Navy Special Warfare Combat Crewmen (SWCC), among others. It's also used amongst insurgencies and rebels groups because of how common it is.
-AOR-1 (SEAL Pattern)
This pattern of camo, called 'AOR' (Area Of Responsibility) or NWU2 (Navy Working Umiform) was a desert digital based on the existing MARPAT and Canadian CADPAT, but altered in tone and digitial shape. It's almost excustively issued to US Navy Special Forces, such as SEAL Teams, and has become their signature camo. AOR-1 is the Desert pattern, there is also a Jungle Pattern, AOR-2, but that is not used commonly because of the US commitments to Afghanistan and Iraq being desert and arid terrains.
This camo was designed in the early 2000's to be useful in multiple terrains or environments, hence the name. It has since become overwhelmingly popular and has, in some variation or the other almost been internationaly used. it's particularly popular in Special Forces, but is also used by multiple national armies in different forms.
-Multicam OCP Pattern
Multicam (OCP) is a slightly paler in color version of regular Multicam that has been adopted by the US Army in 2010 to replace the much-disliked ACU grey digitial camo pattern.
-Multicam Scorpion Pattern
This is another pattern of Multicam, but rather than having a paler color tone 'Scorpion W2' but it has more muted greens, light beige, and dark brown colors, but uses fewer beige and brown patches and no vertical twig and branch elements. It's been used by a few US groups, such as ODA 'Green Berets' and is useful in semi-arid or more lush grassland terrains.
-Multicam Tropical/Jungle Pattern
The is a much greener Multicam pattern that was meant for Jungle warfare. It has seen limited use among US and South American Special Forces in Africa and the Phillipines area, but is not as widespread or as common compared to the more general multicam patterns.
This is just plain Olive Drab/Green uniforms, for when you want to play around with old-school cool gear.
This is plan Tan/ pale yellow uniforms.
-Project Honor Digital camo pattern.
Project Honor is an interesting camo- it was originally designed for Medal Of Honor-Warfighter as a mixed woodland-terrain digitical camo pattern, with some of the money raised from purchases donated to military charities. It has seen no official adoption by any military forces, but has been seen as a private-purchase item in the field in small numbers.
All uniforms come in rolled sleeve and mixed color versions for the Crye Gen3 uniform, 'Massif' AAF base uniform, and rolled T-shirt/ undershirt/ Torn guerilla versions.
The weapons in the screenshots are from SMA, Specialist Military Arms, 50 Shades of MP7 and NIA Arms.
To install MLO Uniforms you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.
Updated MLO Multicam Alpine textures to closer match real life references and colours.
AOR-2 camo updated with more items- Armatus Breacher, Gunner, Operator. Added Boonie, Modular Helmet, Officers Cap.
Multicam Arid camo updated with more items- Armatus Breacher, Gunner, Operator. Added Boonie, Modular Helmet, Officers Cap.
-AOR2 (SEAL Jungle Pattern)
This pattern of camo, called 'AOR' (Area Of Responsibility) or NWU3 (Navy Working Uniform) was a jungle digital based on the existing MARPAT and Canadian CADPAT, but altered in tone and digitial shape. It's almost excustively issued to US Navy Special Forces, such as SEAL Teams, and has become their signature camo. AOR-2 is the Jungle Pattern, and it is rotated so the camo pattern is vertical instead of horizontal instead of AOR1, and AOR2 has seen use among SEALS in Africa, South America and the Pacific.
MLO Changelog- Uniforms
Added Multicam Alpine-
Multicam Alpine is a winter variant of Multicam that was designed for use in snowy environments, and it has seen some limited use by US Navy SEALS during winter exercises.
Added Multicam Black-
Multicam Black was designed for use by Police, SWAT and other law enforcement groups for urban operations, and has been used by American, Iraqi, South American and European government police or military forces.
Added Multicam Arid-
Multicam Arid is a variant of normal Multicam more suitable for arid deserts, lacking the green tones of normal Multicam, and it has seen limited use in European and American special forces as a private purchase, non-official, camo pattern.
Added extra variants for Multicam + Tan button up shirt , Multicam + Olive button up shirt.