camoufleur


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camoufleur

(ˌkæmuːˈflɜː; French kamuflœr)
n
a person who camouflages military equipment
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28] In Australia, as in Europe and the United States, the job of the camoufleur was to create problems for the enemy with the visual interpretation of objects.
Camoufleurs also suffered from the image that artists are abstract rather than pragmatic thinkers.
43] Civil camouflage operations ceased at the end of 1942 in Australia, after the threat of Japanese invasion passed, and from this point on the work of civilian camoufleurs was directed to the RAAF.