Woodland Camouflage Invented in Virginia! Yes, that's Bradley Cooper.

The woodland camouflage design used by hunters, military uniform designers and fashionistas around the world was invented by Virginian James H. Crumley in 1969. Crumley developed it during the Cold War for military use. Branches of the armed forces had experimented in disguising uniforms as early as the start of the Vietnam War, but did not officially incorporate the leaf and branch design into uniforms until 1981.