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wardog19 Jul 2018 12:53 p.m. PST

looking at ships camouflage site the page on light cruisers
USS Manchester Cleveland class commissioned 1946
with measure 27
can't see any reference to this scheme on site ?
can you describe it for me? were all remaining Cleveland cruisers painted this post war?

Coelacanth19 Jul 2018 3:39 p.m. PST

Apparently a haze grey (5-H) scheme with dark grey decks; the 1953 Navy Ship Camouflage Instructions has a more complete description.



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