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U.S. Army-Navy Journal of Recognition: Number 3, November 1943

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U.S. Army-Navy Journal of Recognition
  • November 1943, Number 3
    • Lt. George H. Forsyth Jr.
      • Bureau of Aeronautics, U.S. Navy
        • 52 pages
        • 130 photos
        • 2 cutaway aircraft drawings
        • 21 side-view ship silhouette drawings
        • 15 three-view silhouette aircraft drawings
        • 4 three-view aircraft drawings
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This monthly publication was a joint effort by the Navy and the Army to bring out the latest and most important recognition news.

 

Contents
  • Quiz No. 1: Aircraft

  • The Long View

    • Backgrounds Make Recognition Difficult

  • Two New Planes

    • American C-47 Amphibian

    • Japanese Dinah

  • Recognition Training List

    • U.S.

    • British

    • German

    • Japanese

    • Italian

  • The Luftwaffe: The first great air force of World War II is hard-pressed

    • Me-109, Luftwaffe Stand-By

    • FW-190

    • Ju-88

    • Ju-87

    • Me-110

    • Me-410

    • He-111

    • Hs-129

    • Do-217

  • Bumps: Warships are quickly recognized by new Coast Artillery silhouettes

    • Heavy Cruisers of Allied Navies Shown in Simple "Bump" Outline

    • Heavy Cruisers of Axis Navies Reveal Definite National Traits

  • Heavy Tanks

    • Tiger I

    • Churchill

    • KV-I & KV-II

  • Dummy Planes: Reconnaissance photos of landing strips reveal many enemy "planes" are fakes

  • Army Fighters: USAAF has Balanced Array of Fighting Planes

    • P-38: Homesick Angel is AAF's Most Versatile Fighter

    • P-39: Cannon-Carrying Fighter Blasts Armored Vehicles

    • P-40 is a Versatile All-Purpose Fighter

    • P-47: Great New Fighter Plane Has Fine Combat Record

    • P-51: In Mustang Allies Have Best Low Altitude Plane

  • Quiz No. 2: Tanks are Tough to Spot

  • F6F & Hap Differ: Don't Mistake Hellcat for clip-winged Japanese fighter

  • News & Miscellany

    • News

    • Letter

    • Source Material

    • Distribution

    • Credits

    • Quiz Answers

  • "Tony," Type 3SSF

  • "Jake" Type 0 RF/P

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