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Standard camouflage colours of USAAF planes between 1939 and 1945
Since mid-1941 USAAF adopted onto majority of its aircraft a standard camouflage scheme of Olive Drab No. 41(with blotches of the plane) over air superiority on ETO, use of camouflage by USAAF was officially abandoned, however due to various reasons it was still being applied by some of the plane manufacturers till the end of war. In such case new colours were predominantly used - ANA 613 Olive Drab(lighter shade) over ANA 603 Sea Grey (more blueish tint).
Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based):
HTK-A004 — US Olive Drab (early) — Used for upper surfaces of USAAF aircraft until 1943
HTK-A019 — Medium Green — Used for blotches on Olive Drab background until 1942
HTK-A018 — US Olive Drab (late) — Used for upper surfaces of USAAF aircraft after 1943
HTK-A033 — Neutral Gray — Standard colour of lower surfaces in all Olive Drab schemes
HTK-A031 — Gunship Grey — Used from late 1943 till end of WW2 For lower surfaces of camouflaged USAAF aircraft
HTK-A078 — Aluminium— overall colour of USAAF aircraft after late 1943
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