Invasion Stripes Invasion Stripes High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Invasion stripes were alternating black and white bands painted on the fuselages and wings of World War II Allied aircraft, for the purpose of increased recognition by friendly forces during and after the Normandy Landings. The bands, consisting of three white and two black bands, wrapped around the rear of an aircraft fuselage just in front of the empennage and from front to back around both the upper and lower surfaces of the wings. Stripes were applied to fighters, photo reconnaissance, troop carriers, twin-engined medium and light bombers, and some special duty aircraft, but were not painted on four-engined heavy bombers of the 8th Air Force or RAF Bomber Command. The order affected all aircraft of the Allied Expeditionary Air Force, the Air Defence of Great Britain, gliders, and support aircraft such as Coastal Command air-sea rescue aircraft whose duties might entail their overflying Allied anti-aircraft defenses. To stop aircraft being compromised when based at forward bases in France, a month after D-Day stripes were ordered removed from the upper surfaces of airplanes, and completely removed by the end of 1944. Книга по Требованию 978-6-1316-5794-8
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Invasion Stripes

  • Автор: Adriaan Germain
  • Мягкий переплет. Крепление скрепкой или клеем
  • Издательство: Книга по Требованию
  • Год выпуска: 2010
  • Кол. страниц: 104
  • ISBN: 978-6-1316-5794-8
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Invasion stripes were alternating black and white bands painted on the fuselages and wings of World War II Allied aircraft, for the purpose of increased recognition by friendly forces during and after the Normandy Landings. The bands, consisting of three white and two black bands, wrapped around the rear of an aircraft fuselage just in front of the empennage and from front to back around both the upper and lower surfaces of the wings. Stripes were applied to fighters, photo reconnaissance, troop carriers, twin-engined medium and light bombers, and some special duty aircraft, but were not painted on four-engined heavy bombers of the 8th Air Force or RAF Bomber Command. The order affected all aircraft of the Allied Expeditionary Air Force, the Air Defence of Great Britain, gliders, and support aircraft such as Coastal Command air-sea rescue aircraft whose duties might entail their overflying Allied anti-aircraft defenses. To stop aircraft being compromised when based at forward bases in France, a month after D-Day stripes were ordered removed from the upper surfaces of airplanes, and completely removed by the end of 1944.
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