I'm a bit confused! I was reading that the RAF used two different camouflage schemes on its Spitfire mk 1s-an "A" and a "B" pattern. The one basically looks like a mirror image of the other! I also read that they applied the one pattern to all even numbered airframes and the other to odd numbered ones.
Would anyone be able to post confirmation of this? Also, in the different sources I have, there seems to be great confusion as to which exactly was the actual "A" and which was the "B" scheme! So clarification would be really appreciated!
Thanks as always chaps!