We are all wearing blue armour, whether we like it or not.
You see it in our everyday lives and in the military and the police.
And I want to know why are we doing it.
The blue armour we are wearing is a form of camouflage.
It is a defence against enemy fire, as well as a form to disguise our own movements.
But I think it is a camouflage that we wear to get by.
And it does so by reducing our vision and hearing, and by limiting our movement.
This is the defence that the US military has been using to keep us safe in the Cold War.
This camouflage is designed to reduce the enemy’s ability to see and hear us, and to make it more difficult for them to hit us.
The idea is that if we look like an average person, then the enemy will think we are ordinary and that we are not a threat to them.
The camouflage also works in reverse.
If we look as if we are doing something dangerous, the enemy may try to ambush us.
They may try and get a close up shot of us and perhaps kill us.
In fact, the American defence force uses this technique to great effect.
In 1984, for example, the US Air Force used camouflage to disguise an entire squad of US Marines in Iraq.
In addition, in Afghanistan the Afghan Taliban used the camouflage to try to assassinate US President John F Kennedy, and in 2002, the Afghan military tried to kill US soldiers in Afghanistan.
The US military also uses camouflage in its own armed forces, including in the Pacific theatre.
As part of its counter-terrorism operations, the military also applies camouflage to its own vehicles and military vehicles.
But camouflage is not limited to defence and security services.
The police also use it to hide their identities and to protect themselves from detection.
The military also use camouflage in some civilian settings, as they do in the United States, where police uniforms are often blue.
The colour blue is associated with good fortune, health, and military valour.
In the United Kingdom, for instance, the Royal British Legion has a blue helmet that it wears on occasions to symbolise its good fortune in battle.
And a blue jacket has been worn by the British Defence League in recent years.
In this way, blue is used to conceal identity and also to protect against detection.
It makes sense to wear camouflage to protect us from the enemy.
But it also means that the camouflage can be dangerous, and that if the enemy has a chance to look at us, they will do so.
Blue camouflage has a history of causing problems.
For example, during the Vietnam war, the British Army used blue camouflage to camouflage its tanks.
They also used blue for their armoured personnel carriers in the mid-1980s, and again in the 1990s when they were being upgraded.
The British Army’s camouflage was a failure.
It also proved ineffective in the Iraq war, where the camouflage used by the US armed forces proved effective.
But in the 1970s and 1980s, the UK used blue as part of a strategy to fight the Viet Cong.
And the UK army used it again during the Falklands war in 1982.
But now the UK is spending billions of pounds on the purchase of camouflage, and the British military has spent almost £10 billion on the camouflage that it uses for the Falkland campaign.
Why are they using blue?
The answer is simple.
Blue is a colour that has a calming effect on the mind.
When we are in camouflage, we are more relaxed, and we are able to concentrate on the task at hand.
Blue also helps to camouflage our bodies, and its lightness makes us appear to be more agile.
It helps us look like we are moving around, rather than stationary.
And blue camouflage is easy to apply.
As a result, it is difficult to spot.
The best camouflage is one that makes the camouflage appear to camouflage us, not just our bodies.
So if you want to avoid looking like you are in the middle of a gun battle, you should wear a camouflage pattern that makes it appear that you are moving.
This makes you appear to have more agility, and makes it easier for you to dodge attacks.
But if you are trying to hide a knife or a gun from the eyes of the enemy, you can use a blue camouflage pattern.
The colours blue, gold, yellow and orange make up the basic colour palette of the British Armed Forces.
They use a wide variety of camouflage patterns, including green, black, yellow, white, brown and grey.
But the British camouflage patterns are usually the same as those used by other countries.
So, if you wear the same camouflage pattern as the UK, then it is likely that it will work well in all the other countries where it is used.
The other camouflage pattern, called black and white, is used by some countries to conceal military equipment.
This type of camouflage works well because it is simple and easy to use.
So in the UK and other