Camouflage engineers at Fort Heath in Massachusetts. U.S. Army Corps of Camouflage Engineers look at maps. Housing and other structures camouflaged to resemble installations. A group of engineers builds fishnets. They cut strips and tie them onto fishnet to build a camouflage. Engineers work on machine cutting iron rods, welding and fitting instruments. These iron rods are placed near a bridge. The iron rod structure placed on the ground. Engineers make wooden boxes for camouflage. Camouflage nets placed over a bridge. Buildings, bridges and other neighboring area camouflaged. Engineers tie camouflaged nets with strings and rods. Engineers stand next to artillery. Building next to coastal area. World War 2 era aerial view of Fort Heath with camouflaged areas.
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