Jordanian Special Operations Forces wore an indigenous analog camouflage pattern.
Jordan was one of the first countries to use digital camouflage designs, releasing many variants for the military and security services. Since late 2015, specific Jordanian Special Operations Forces have used an analog camouflage pattern instead of the digital 2006 KA2 SF design.
The M2015 JSOC design was debuted during the 8th Annual Warrior Competition at KASOTC in May 2016. When seen side by side, uniforms in the two designs may be difficult to distinguish. Up close, it is evident that the Jordanian camouflage is not an imitation of MultiCam. The browns seem to have a pinker tint, which more closely resembles the Jordanian landscape, while the greens appear to be somewhat less muted, presumably to reflect the national flora.