The current Lithuanian M05 four colour pattern was first adopted in 2003, and has since become the standard operational uniform for the Ground Forces. Several mild color and fabric variations have been documented.
A Lithuanian M05 four colour desert pattern was also adopted in 2003. The shapes of the desert version is enlarged compared to the standard M05, and the colors have changed slightly with different production runs.
Closely related to the Lithuanian 4-colour desert camouflage, this 4-colour woodland camouflage comprises sharp-edged, ragged black and brown blotches, in places edged with a pale yellowish green, on a medium green background.
It was introduced into service as a replacement for the US-style woodland camouflage uniforms.
This 4-colour desert camouflage pattern is currently used by Lithuanian soldiers deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. The pattern comprises ragged patches of beige, chalk, chocolate brown and pale green.
This was surprisingly easy to reconstruct, as it uses common shapes repeated throughout the pattern tile with different colorations, orientations and sizes. The repeating shape includes the Lithuanian Vytis Cross at its center.