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Hehe... for us model builders, this is a nightmare...

 

Here's the 'digital' camo applied to VMFA-314's boss bird a couple years back.

 

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Steve O. Reno

(formerly BlackWolf3945 here on USMF)

Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug...

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Seeking Curtiss-Wright aircraft photos, especially the P-40, P-36, & O-52...

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Unconventional thinking as regards aircraft camo is actually nothing new, with initial efforts being made before WWII. Here's some examples.

 

US Navy 'Barclay' Scheme applied to Brewster F2As and Douglas TBDs, Circa 1940

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

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NHC photo

 

 

More to come... but right now, the game's on! Gotta go...

 

 

Fade to Black...


Steve O. Reno

(formerly BlackWolf3945 here on USMF)

Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug...

HAWKSNESTSig1.jpg

Seeking Curtiss-Wright aircraft photos, especially the P-40, P-36, & O-52...

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