Development of new materiel for the Army is widely understood to be a complex undertaking. Despite the hurdles along the way, the end goal is to produced an array of tools which the field commander can use to achieve battlefield success. A key ingredient of the materiel provided to the field must be inherent survivability. The combat developer and the materiel developer must examine many alternatives in the process of enhancing the survivability of a system under development. Camouflage is one of the survivability enhancements that must be considered during the development process. In fact, AMC/TRADOC Pam 70-2 places responsibility for including camouflage of equipment among the tasks to be accomplished by developers of an item of equipment. This Guide is provided to assist developers in the execution of their responsibility. The purpose of this guide is to assist Combat Developers and Materiel Developers, as well as field commanders, to understand the AMC camouflage technology program and options, execute AMC policy in this field, and fulfill the respective responsibilities which AMC/TRADOC Pamphlet 70-2 has assigned to them.