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Mackay Low Visibility System Contemporary drawing of a camouflage system developed circa 1917 by William A. Mackay to reduce ship visibility at a di... – last posted date:  Mar 2, 2015
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Mackay Disruptive Coloration or Low Visibility-Dazzle System Contemporary drawing of a camouflage system developed circa 1917 by William A. Mackay. ... – last posted date:  Mar 2, 2015
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(Monitor # 8) In the harbor at Ponta Delgada, Azores, in April 1918. She is painted in what appears to be Mackay type camouflage. Photographed from U... – last posted date:  Feb 23, 2015
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(American Passenger Liner, 1888) Painted in Mackay low visibility camouflage, while operating as a transport in 1917. She later became USS Plattsburg... – last posted date:  Feb 23, 2015
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(Destroyer # 69) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, in late 1917, probably on 14 December. She is painted in what appears to be Mackay Low Vi... – last posted date:  Mar 2, 2015
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(Destroyer # 72) In a European harbor, circa 1918. She is painted in what appears to be a Mackay low visibility camouflage scheme. Courtesy of Donal... – last posted date:  Mar 2, 2015
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(Destroyer # 69) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 14 December 1917. She is painted in what appears to be Mackay Low Visibility camouflage. ... – last posted date:  Mar 2, 2015
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(SP-431) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, circa October 1917. She is painted in what may be Mackay low-visibility camouflage. U.S. Naval H... – last posted date:  Feb 23, 2015
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(American Passenger-Cargo Ship, 1904) In an icy harbor, during the winter of 1917-1918. She is painted in Mackay low visibility camouflage. This ship... – last posted date:  Feb 26, 2015
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(SP-521, later PY-10) Left side of the ship's starboard forward 3/50 gun. Photographed at the Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 27 Dec... – last posted date:  Feb 12, 2015
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Daguerreotype taken during the 1850s, possibly at New Bedford, Massachusetts, in July-September 1853. – last posted date:  Apr 6, 2016
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(SP-52) In port on a snowy day, circa Winter 1917-1918. Location is probably in the vicinity of Norfolk, Virginia. She is painted in Mackay type camo... – last posted date:  Mar 3, 2015
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(SP-812) In the Hudson River off New York City, with her crew manning the rail, circa July 1917. She is painted in what appears to be a Mackay Low Vi... – last posted date:  Mar 3, 2015
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(Destroyer # 69) Taking on fuel oil from the French four-masted barque Quevilley, at Ponta Delgada, Azores, 27 February 1918. Caldwell appears to be ... – last posted date:  Feb 23, 2015
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Off the Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 31 December 1917, following conversion to a warship. Note her Mackay type camouflage scheme, ... – last posted date:  Dec 10, 2014
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