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JS-3 Camouflage question

September 13 2017 at 10:50 PM
Kent McKesson  (Login SniperPatrol)
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Or more appropriately was the JS-3 every in Russian service with any camouflage schemes? How about other post war series of tanks? I could see a winter white wash and found photos of JS-3 tanks used by Middle East countries in desert sand, but otherwise nothing. The parade tanks with white fender edges and such do not count.

Any early post-war period camouflage patterns that would make a reasonable "what if"?

 
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Dan Rosecrans
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Nice website.........

September 13 2017, 11:15 PM 

here, Kent. It's a start and you could always use camo-schemes from Jordan, Syria and Egypt......Dan
http://www.helmo.gr/index.php?option=com_deeppockets&task=catContShow&cat=7&id=1462&Itemid=35

 
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Kent McKesson
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Did any Soviet post war armor use camo?

September 15 2017, 1:26 AM 

Very interesting scheme for a what-if. It got me wondering about other Russian armor 1945-1950. I looked at the website Mark linked and google, but it seems as though USSR tanks came from the Henry Ford School of colors... Just one is all they needed.

 
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Dan Rosecrans
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Sure, Kent..........

September 15 2017, 5:32 AM 

Egypt and Syria both had Russian armor with camo-schemes, but you would have to go into the sixties, I believe. Check out some Middle East wars for that. They used the T-34/85, T-54/55, ISU-152, PT-76, etc, etc.....Dan

 
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Mark Munro
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This may help

September 14 2017, 2:59 AM 


 
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Haydn Neal
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Egyptian 3 colour?

September 14 2017, 7:12 AM 

Did they make it into sand/red-brown/charcoal cam?

 
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Dan Rosecrans
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Hi Haydn...........

September 14 2017, 9:17 AM 

if you are referring to my post, this is why.......Dan

Any early post-war period camouflage patterns that would make a reasonable "what if"?

 
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