Lockheed in camouflage


These pictures reemerge every so often, but they are always interesting. These are World War II shots of Lockheed Aircraft, a major builder of war planes at Burbank Airport, under camouflage netting to make the defense plant look like a country scene if bombers should pass overhead. This batch is posted at, via BoingBoing.

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