Re: When did camouflage become acceptable attire?
I saw people on college campus in the early 70s wearing camo, and not all of them were veterans. Even though Vietnam was an unpopular war, there were still a few imposters/poseurs/military buffs during it who wanted you to think they were ex-military.
Moe: I'll take the blonde!
Larry: I'll take the brunette!
Curly: I'll take the Black and Tan!
--Wee Wee Monsieur (1938)