The Pantera camouflage has become the standard camouflage pattern of the Polish Armed Forces. It is the successor of camouflage wz. 89 Puma, and entered service in 1993. It differs from Puma in having stronger contrast, resulting in better disruptive camouflage.
Pantera's baptism of fire was in UNPROFOR in the Yugoslav wars. At the beginning of the 21st century, because of the involvement of the Polish Armed Forces in international operations in deserts, it was decided to introduce a desert version of Pantera. This has identically shaped marks but different colours.
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