Welcome to this feature on our channel! This feature discusses the techniques of using artworks and paints by the military to preserve history, maintain the stealth signature of its aircraft, or provide structural protection to the aircraft for decades. Painted aircraft as part of my job in the USCG. Painted the H-52 on display in the Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, FL, tail number 1355. If you look on the R/H side on the letter "D" in Coast Guard there is a slight tape smudge, it was an accident I swear. We decided to leave it as an "autograph". Corrosion never sleeps and with the old amphibious helos it was a monster to control. its really surprising that the paint is applied mannualy when this can very easly, efficienntly and quickly by computer controled painging tobot. But it is done mannuly everywhere. In my opinion, giving up a robotised painting by crane and making a mistake would not only obtain a perfect painting, but would make this operation faster.