Author: Bell, Dana
Publisher: Classic Warships Publishi
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: As New
Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
New book, 72 pages. Dana Bell celebrated authority on American military aircraft colors, returns with his first book on camouflage in more than twenty years. Covers the interwar development of temporary camouflages, the creation of Dark Olive Drab and Neutral Gray paints, and the combination and standardization of the two colors as the Army Air Forces basic camouflage scheme of World War II. Manufacturing variations in standard paints, Army-Navy camouflage agreements, Desert camouflages, Snow camouflages, Anti-submarine camouflages, Night camouflages, Abandonment and reintroduction of camouflage, Gray pathfinders and gray-bellied bombers, Other forces colors. A valuable addition to the library of any modeler, warbird restorer, or aviation enthusiast. Illustrated with 71 color photos, 46 black/white photos and 8 contemporary drawings.