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Richard502

What was the camouflage scheme for HMS Aurora + Naiad in January 1941?

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when they escorted the Operation Rubble blockade runners?

Richard

P.S.: Yes, I am reading Barker's "Blockade Busters". Great book!

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Naiad wore the same improvised 1940 scheme (probably black, 507A and 507C) into 1941 and at some point during mid 1941 changed to 507C upperworks and 507A hull.

 

Aurora *MAY* have been in Mountbatten Pink at this time.

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Gidday Richard, I guess Mountbatten did too. Actually, I've done one. A crude conversion of an Airfix 1/600 HMS Campbeltown into her guise for the Operation Chariot raid on St Nazaire in 1942. Regards, Jeff.

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