By Donald W. Thorpe, Yasuo Oishi, Lloyd S. Jones

Книга jap military Air strength Camouflage and Markings international warfare II eastern military Air strength Camouflage and Markings international battle II Книги Вооружение Автор: Donald W. Thorpe Год издания: 1968 Формат: pdf Издат.:Aero Publishers Страниц: 208 Размер: 25.66 ISBN: 0816865795 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:When this e-book seemed in 1968, it set the normal for different books to stick to. at the moment there has been now not a lot released approximately jap planes in English, and this booklet gave an exceptional evaluate of lots of the planes utilized by the JAAF, plus their camouflage and markings, which untill then used to be an unknown zone open air of Japan itself.Hundreds of illustrations - b& w pictures, line drawings, profiles and three-views. Over a hundred and twenty color profiles plus many tail illustrations in color.

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Darby) t· ',. CJl ~ -==~--- KI-46 IV DINAH under operational testing with the 1st Chutai, 90th Sentai, 1944. ---- - .... ':' - .. -.... ,... ,-- J I' 1'1 'I 'I I' I [ ~, '\ I \ (J. Wood) NATE, 59th Fighter Sentai, Manchuria, 1939. i I11 ) ;1 I { I ,~ [ Ii i (Oishi) NICK, 53rd Sentai, Home Defense, Fussa, Japan, 1945. 55 COCKPIT INTERIOR COLORS (. F. aircraft were finished on all interior surfaces with a clear prime lacquer, giving the metal a rather unpainted look. F. aircraft. When used, this prime coat was usually applied before assembly of the aircraft began, sometimes giving quite a patchy look to the interior areas.

However, when enemy penetration became a real problem rather than the conjecture it had been, the need for greater concealment became quite evident, and although the High Command at home refused to recognize this need, the field commanders began applying locally "expedient" camouflage. These first locally applied schemes were for two purposes: the first being concealment for the aircraft when in flight; the second for concealment on the ground. The field applied Scheme "C", or segment type of camouflage, was designed basically for aerial concealment,and was usually encountered in one of five basic styles.

Hideya Anda) 50 OSCAR I of the AKENO Flying School in a rarely seen natural metal finish. Note the absence offuselage Hinomarus, and wing ID panels, which would seem to indicate an aircraft prior to delivery. However, there are KANA symbols on the rudder above the school insignia, denoting the assignment of this aircraft. (R. Bueschel) OSCAR II of the AKENO Flying School, 1943. Dark green, very softly mottled over natural metal. The yellow of the ID panelling is clearly defined on the landing gear covers.

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