Available again after
Originally compiled and published in 1964 by Jay Frank
Dial, a professional modelbuilder and aviation historian, the book
contained original material gleaned from Tech Orders and other military
sources of the day to determine how aircraft in WW-II were supposed to
be painted. An invaluable reference for anyone interested in
producing accurate scale models of U.S. aircraft in WW-II, it has not
been available for over five decades.
Restored and enhanced by Richard Marmo and converted to a
modern PDF format, Jay Dial's original material is available once again for a new
generation of modelbuilders. To make navigation easier, an index has been added,
along with ten photographs of actual aircraft as a visual aid in understanding what the
specified camouflage patterns really looked like.
Keep the file on your computer's hard drive and view at
your convenience with Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you prefer, print out any or all of
it as hard copy.
As a result of the PDF format, price has been held to an
economical $9.99. Upon paying with your credit/debit card thru PayPal, you will
receive an email with an active downlink URL. Simply click on that link and the file
will be immediately downloaded to your computer. No shipping charges and no waiting
on the mail.
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