Painting Jet Planes

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Paul Binyard of Mitchell Brothers in Beaufort on Thursday, May 19, sprays some of the six gallons of primer it will take to cover the FJ-3 Fury on static display at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. Each of the jets on display gets a coat of primer and two coats of industrial marine latex paint before being detailed with the appropriate markings and squadron tail art by Marines with the Corrosion Control Facility at the air station. Photo by Bob Sofaly.


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