The Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG) was devised in the early 1960s to develop paramilitary units by recruiting local South Vietnamese troops for the Vietnam War. Some of the Special Forces' members who supported these missions were equipped with what is known as ‘Beo Gam’ camouflage uniforms. These fabrics were supplied by CISO (Counter Insurgency Support Center) who were also known for supplying the famous Tiger Stripe camouflage uniforms.

This utility cap features same shape and form as USMC utility cap with eyelets behind the head to adjust the size with draw cords. 

  • Hand Printed Camouflage Fabric
  • Made in Japan