Camouflage engineers at Fort Heath in Massachusetts during World War 2. Aerial view of Fort Heath with its Coastal areas. U.S. Army Corps of Camouflage Engineers builds camouflage for coastal defense battery installations. Engineers build gun emplacement and concealment using fishnets and other material to deceive enemy. They prepare camouflage paint and paint it on a roof. Tree branch brought in by army truck.
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