Liveinternet WINGS PALETTE Top@Mail.ru AVIATION TOP 100Avitop.com
AVIA CAMOUFLAGE PROFILES ARCHIVE v.4.74-new



News | Catalogue | Pilots | Carriers | Paper Models | Library | Markings | AirCamo Guide | Pilot's Album | Articles | Links | About | Switch to Russian

FOLLOW US NOW!
UPDATE SOON!

WP-Search
/Discussion/In focus
World War I
Fighters
Bombers
Attack
Transport
Airliners

Other
Sea
Special
Helicopters
Interwar
Fighters
Bombers
Attack
Transport
Airliners

Other
Sea
Special
Helicopters
World War II
Fighters
Bombers
Attack
Transport
Airliners

Other
Sea
Special
Helicopters
Cold war
Fighters
Bombers
Attack
Transport
Airliners

Other
Sea
Special
Helicopters
Modern
Fighters
Bombers
Attack
Transport
Airliners

Other
Special
Sea
Helicopters
Drones
In this section we are discuss over certain aircraft, talk over and look for any interesting detail about this bird, people and events. The more detailed the better. Any details needed, at the least: true modification, pilot's name, serial, unit, location, time period.

ATTENTION!
Here are allowed to discuss only depicted plane and the facts associated with it. Any other comments, flood, spam will be immediately deleted without explanation! For all other issues, including proposals, suggestions, complaints to the administration of the project, use the feedback form.


NAF PN/PD-1 - USA

Douglas PD-1
Serial: 4-P-1
Unit: VP-4D14, US Navy

Douglas PD-1 of VP-4D14 at NAS Pearl Harbor, 1930. Upper surfaces were overall Light Gray with stab-alizer upper surfaces and top wing upper surfaces in Orange-Yellow. Lower surfaces of fuselage and pontoons were Black.


Artist: © Don Greer
Source: "Navy Air Colors: United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aircraft Camouflage and Markings Vol.1 1911-1945" by Thomas E.Doll, Berkley R.Jackson, William A.Riley. (c) 1983 Squadron/Signal Publication. ISBN 0-89747-143-1.
NAF PN/PD-1 - USA | Douglas PD-1 | VP-4D14, US Navy | 4-P-1

blog comments powered by Disqus

Random image
B.534
AvCanada Topsites List
Rambler's Top100



This page generated in 0.054539918899536 seconds