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Hydration systems first appeared commercially in the late 1980s or early 1990s, at backpacking stores. They were adopted by US special operations troops in the early 1990s, and became standard issue for all US troops in the later 1990s. 



US Military Clothing System 
  • APCU 
  • Cold Wet M-1951
  • Cold Dry M-1951
  • ECWCS
  • ECWCS-Gen II
  • ECWCS-Gen III
  • LEP
  • MARS
  • MCWCS
  • FREE
  • PCS
  • PCU
  • PCU Gen II
  • PCU-CS
  • SPEAR 


US Marines 
  • APECS All Purpose Environmental Clothing System 
  • FROG I
  • FROG II
  • Mountain/Cold Weather Clothing System (MCWCS)


Eagle Industries 
  • Hydration Pouch AOR1
  • Hydration Pouch Khaki
  • Hydration Pouch V.2  Horizontal 50oz Multicam
  • Hydro Carrier Old Gen Black
  • Modular Hydration Pouch Ranger Green
  • Recon Hydro Pack 3 Pocket
  • Recon Hydro Pack 3 Pocket
  • Yote Hydration Pack
London Bridge Trading
SOURCE
  • USMC TACTICAL 3L HYDRATION CARRIER 
  • Hydration Carrier USMC 
  • Source 20 liter USMC Water Carrier (Source) FILBE 
  • Source USMC Tactical Hydration Carrier - 1 Zip (Source) Check 
  • USMC Coyote 3L Source Hydration System - 3 Zipper (Source) 
  • USMC Hydration Carrier FILBE (Camelbak / Propper)
Skilcraft Hydramax
  • Molle II Hydration  Carrier 100oz, ACU 
  • Platypus Hydration System 120oz ACU
  • Black Hydration Pack 120oz
SORD
  • Hydration Cover
  • Hydration Extra Large
Paraclete
  • Hydration Molle Pouch
OTHER 
  • British Army DPM Camo 3 Litre Camelbak
  • British Army G1098 DPM Desert Molle Pouch
  • Chinese Army PLA XJS03-1 Hydration System
  • Dutch Army Camelbak Thermobak-VIPER 3l DPMH
  • IDF Field Hydration Bag SHLUKER 3L
  • MTP Raider 3L Hydration Pack - Virtus System
  • PIG Hydration Carrier (2L)Hydration System
  • Nalgene Experimental Water Pack Bladder USMC Coyote Tan



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APCU

Cold Wet M-1951

Cold Dry M-1951
LEP Lightweight Environmental Protection (LEP)

ECWCS
ECWCS-Gen II
ECWCS-Gen III

MARS
MCWCS

FREE
FROG I
FROG II

PCS
PCU
PCU Gen II
PCU-CS



Uniforme Combate Argentino (UCA) del Ejército Argentino

Military Fire Resistant Clothing
For female and smaller-statured Soldiers


Norwegian Army Bivvy Thermal Jacket
British Army Thermal & Reversible (Softie) Jackets and Trousers
British Army Liner Extreme Cold Weather Trousers
British Army Extreme Cold Weather Jacket Liner
German Army Cold Weather Liner Jacket and Pants
German Army Wet Weather Pants, Flecktarn 
Danish Army Cold Weather Clothing System
Korean Army ROK Field Jacket Liner
Belgian Army Jigsaw Reversible Fleece






ECWS - Extended Cold Weather Clothing System. Cold-wet and Cold dry systems, including the Gore-tex suit and insulating layers

SPEAR - Special Operations Forces Personal Equipment Advanced Requirements - A performance layering system developed by SOCOM.

The Lightweight Environmental Protection (LEP) is an insulation subsystem developed under the Special Operations Forces Personal Equipment Advanced Requirements (SPEAR). The system is designed to be individually configured based upon mission, terrain and climate requirements as well as personal preference.

MCPS - Multi-Climate Protection System - NOMEX flame resistant clothing for U.S. Marine and Navy aviators and aircrew.


SOF-PCU - Special Operations Forces Protective Combat Uniform - Layering garment system with 7 Levels developed by USSOCOM. The different levels are defined as follows (from this website). Also note that the actual products offered may vary slightly from these descriptions:



Flame Resistant Organizational Gear (FROG) is clothing used by the United States Marine Corps to reduce the number of injuries resulting from fire and flash (especially burns), due to the increased use of improvised explosive devices in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.



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