If we introduce a new uniform, it is a very good opportunity to begin to introduce a new camouflage.
That's true, but who cares about efficient planning. All armies in the world, not only Polish one, know how to waste money.
But to tone it down a bit:
Polish Special Operation Forces (SOF) have been using uniforms in multicam (MC) pattern for quite some time. This includes JW Grom, JW Komandosów, JW Formoza and JW Nil. New SOF units JW Agat and the 7th Squadron of Special Command (7 EDS) still wear standard unforms, but this will change sooner or later. Some other units, such as 9th Recon Regiment, have been also pampered with better equipment and MC uniforms.
chevrons removed for what??
Simple, epaulets are useless in field uniforms, since the insignia, being obfuscated by camouflage, are hardly visible. Informally, some senior officers in Polish Military Contingents in Iraq and Afghanistan have been wearing their ranks on their chest - as any modern military does.
and a bad choice of colors (there isn't enough contrast and black is being used, a color which doesn't appear in nature).
I'd like to point out that the current camouflage pattern comes in two colour schemes: woodland and dessert (or whatever they are really called). Soldiers in Afghanistan mostly wear the dessert colour, but I have seen pictures of troops wearing either one, or a combination of those and a fleece top in black colour - used in cold weather.
The incompetence of the wrong people put in charge of this succeeded in making the Polish soldier look like a hick.
Complaining, complaining. :-) You pictures are very unfortunate. Who cares how MON infantry models (green berets) look like. Take a look at this set of pictures from Afghanistan instead.