Observation for the purpose of camouflage cannot be undertaken casually. At present the R.A.F. cooperate in the manner suggested by my hon. Friend by providing flying facilities for expert observation in close and constant contact with the Director of Camouflage. These arrangements are at present being extended.
Does my hon. Friend realise that in ordinary flights the air officers often find that the buildings which they are most able to see are those that are supposed to have been camouflaged and are wrongly camouflaged? Surely that information could be made useful?