Aircraft Camouflage And Markings

Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 26, 2016
Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954 (repost)

Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954
1956 | ISBN: 0816863555 | English | 213 Pages | PDF | 194 MB

Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954  

Posted by bakerman at March 2, 2014
Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954

Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1907-1954
Harleyford Publications | 1956 | ISBN: 0816863555 | English | 213 pages | PDF | 200 MB
Navy Air Colors (2): United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1945-1985

Navy Air Colors (2): United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aircraft Camouflage and Markings 1945-1985 (Specials series 6157) By Thomas E. Doll, Berkley R. Jackson
Publisher: Squadron/Signal Publications 1985 | 96 Pages | ISBN: 0897471679 | PDF | 8 MB

Canadian Military Aircraft: Finish and Markings 1968-2004 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Dec. 2, 2016
Canadian Military Aircraft: Finish and Markings 1968-2004 (repost)

Canadian Military Aircraft: Finish and Markings 1968-2004
2004 | ISBN: No | English | 296 Pages | PDF | 150 MB
Suomen ilmavoimien maalaukset ja merkinnat / Finnish Air Force camouflage and markings

Kalevi Keskinen, Kari Stenman, Klaus Niska - Suomen ilmavoimien maalaukset ja merkinnat / Finnish Air Force camouflage and markings
Apali | 1996 | ISBN: 9525026051 | Finnish / English | 194 pages | PDF | 85.91 MB

Finnish Air Force Camouflage and Markings from the beginning up today is the first of it's kind ever published. The new book is compiled by Kalevi Keskinen, Kari Stenman and Klaus Niska, all well known for over 20 books dealing with the Finnish Air Force. Close to 500 top quality photos have been elected to this book, by large most unpublished before. The photo section also has 100 unique colour photos. The comprehensive text is supported by 80 colour drawings of aircraft and 80 colour drawings of emblems. Dual Finnish / English text.
Classic Warbirds No.4: American Spitfire Camouflage and Markings Part 2

Paul Ludwig, Malcolm Laird - American Spitfire Camouflage and Markings Part 2
Ventura Publications | 2000 | ISBN: 095835944X | 76 pages | PDF | 27.51 MB
Classic Warbirds No.4

This, the second part of 'American Spitfire - Camouflage and Markings' briefly covers the Eagle Squadrons with their standard RAF camouflage and markings. It leads on to the 4th Fighter Group and then the 52nd Fighter Group which, like the 31st FG covered in Part I, operated Spitfires in a variety of colour schemes over a two year period. While the Group initially retained RAF camouflage with added American National insignia; by rhe time they were in Italy a variety of low and high altitude schemes were in evidence. Add to this the Group's squadron badges and distinct style of marking a pilots name on an aircraft and you have some of the most varied Spitfire colour schemes of the Second World War. The 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, with its PRU Blue Spitfire PR Mk XIs and the 67th RG are then covered, with many previously unpublished photographs. Mention is also made of evaluation aircraft used by the US Navy and USAAF. Throughout the book the phrase 'nominal diameter' is used when discussing the size of USAAF national insignia. This refers to the diameter of the white-star-on-blue-disc portion of the insignia, excluding any yellow, red or blue outer border.
Classic Warbirds No.3: American Spitfire Camouflage and Markings Part 1

Paul Ludwig, Malcolm Laird - American Spitfire Camouflage and Markings Part 1
Ventura Publications | 2000 | ISBN: 0958359431 | 74 pages | PDF | 28.03 MB
Classic Warbirds No.3

The reasons why some USAAF Fighter Groups based in Europe were equipped with British Spitfires for two years are, in essence, quite straight forward. In July 1942 the Spitfire's excellent combat performance was needed. However it's short range was always a problem and, by late 1943 with the P-51B Mustang available, the Spitfire's short range could no longer be tolerated and so the business-like Mustang replaced the elegant Spitfire. Camouflage and markings worn by USAAF Spitfires followed the simple formula of RAF camouflage and USAAF markings. Cocarde and code letter size, style and placement varied greatly, because markings were applied at unit level and new aircraft were always received still wearing RAF roundels. Add to this, squadron badges and a myriad of personal markings and you have some of the most colourful Spitfires of the Second World War. Variations were many in terms of markings but few in terms of camouflage - except for field repainted aircraft and the various Spitfire 'hacks' retained by squadrons after the transition to Mustangs in April 1944.

U.S. Armor Camouflage and Markings World War II (Squadron Signal 6090) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 25, 2016
U.S. Armor Camouflage and Markings World War II (Squadron Signal 6090) (repost)

U.S. Armor Camouflage and Markings World War II (Squadron Signal 6090)
2005 | ISBN: 0897474929 | English | 67 Pages | PDF | 31 MB

RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.2) (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 18, 2015
RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.2) (repost)

RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.2)
1989 | ISBN: 0858800373 | English | 142 Pages | PDF | 36 MB

RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.1) (repost)  

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 18, 2015
RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.1) (repost)

RAAF Camouflage and Markings 1939-1945 (Vol.1)
1970 | ISBN: 0858800365 | English | 135 Pages | PDF | 92 MB