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On the bench; LCM 3, Operation Torch 1942, part 7

OK fellows, the load has dried and a few sacks got a tiny handle of paper although it can't be seen here. The US flag is printed on ordinary paper and will be attached to the right hand side window as a 'Don't shoot, we're the nice guys!' kind of mark. On the hood I'll put a white star on a dark blue background, I found a decal of the right size. Before I can paint the lot I'll have to paint the inside of the driver's compartment, add windows and a piece of canvas over the front grille. Now, where on earth are the little fire extinguisher i scratched before...

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