Scorpion W2 is a camouflage pattern adopted by the United States Army for future use as the Army's main camouflage pattern, under the name Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP).
The original Scorpion pattern was developed by Crye Precision as part of the Objective Force Warrior program more than a decade ago. The Scorpion W2 variant was modified from the initial pattern by Army Natick Labs. In July 2014, the Army announced that OCP could be used in the field by the summer of 2015.
The Army has indicated that the OCP ACU (Scorpion) will be available for soldiers to purchase starting July 1, 2015. The new ACU will be worn in garrison, training and home station.
In early April 2015, Army Chief of Staff Ray Odierno revealed that OCP uniforms were beginning to be issued to deployed soldiers going to Afghanistan, Iraq, Europe, and the horn of Africa