In WWII LA, no task was too tough for District
The Los Angeles District was tasked with a seemingly impossible mission in the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces on Dec. 7, 1941: To camouflage acres upon acres of Los Angeles real estate where military aircraft were being built. Lockheed Aircraft’s Burbank factory after the District was done with its groundbreaking camouflage project. (Photos courtesy of Lockheed via

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