Not to be confused with butt stroking, Brushstroke Camo used by Rhodesia, still in use in Zimbabwe.
Derived from the Dennison Smock, was developed for Rhodesian security forces in 1965. The pattern would incorporate brown & forest green brush strokes on a yellowish-tan background, creating a scheme more suitable to the African bush than the older WW2 and 1950s era designs. The 1st pattern Rhodesian brush design was produced from 1965 until 1969, and replaced by a 2nd pattern produced from 1970 until the end of the war. The latter featured brown & dark green brush strokes on a khaki background, and was produced on a much wider variety of uniform items. This was standard combat issue to both the Rhodesian Army and BSAP.