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|160k||Narkeeta (Harbor Tug No.3) with an experimental "brickwork" camouflage scheme in 1892. Black stripes on the white background produced a soft gray effect at moderate distances. Larger black patches were applied to those areas which usually reflected light. Visibility of the ship was reduced when the light was behind the observer.
US Naval Institute photo.
|58k||Narkeeta (Harbor Tug No.3) passing along the piers at the New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. In the background moored to a pier is the transport Hancock. Beyond Hancock is a smokestack of Baltimore (C-3), then laid up in reserve, the Executive Office, then the Marine Barracks. Note that Hancock's sides, amidships and aft, have been built up for receiving ship service.
US Navy photo # NH 93996 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center. Courtesy of M.S. Brainard, 1982.
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