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Old 23 December 2001, 12:34 AM   #1
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OK, half of this thread is off-topic but the first half belongs here:

The United States changed their national markings on aircraft several times. They started with roundels (red/blue/white) switched over to a white star in a blue circle and a red center and changed again during WW2.

There were many discussions why and when the Germans changed their national markings (during WW1 until today) but I´m curious why the Americans did it on several occasions (as far as I know France never changed the national insignia on the aircraft they flew).

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