American desert camouflage in service 1981-1995. Officially called Six-Color Desert Pattern, and colloquially known as chocolate-chip or cookie dough. The uniform which it was applied to was called the Desert Battle Dress Uniform (DBDU). The design was influenced by the rocky California desert. While more effective than Tri-Color desert, it proved ineffective when it saw widespread use during the Persian Gulf War. Though no longer used by the United States, variants of the pattern continue to be worn by many armies worldwide.
It's pattern is a tan base, with dark and lighter brown splotches and stripes moving throughout it. White spots with a black semi-border are randomly placed on the pattern, meant to resemble rocks.