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Because a television camera distinguishes gray tones only, using
a color with the same tone as the background color tone hides
the graphic from the camera. Using the same color tone allows
the person in the studio with the graphic to see the graphic on
the background, but the camera does not show the graphic to the
viewer. All the viewer sees on the screen is the blank
background (page 34, para 6h(4)).
You use the colors black or blue for the symbols that indicate
friendly forces, installations, and posts; whereas the same
symbols drawn in red indicates enemy forces, installations, and
posts. You would use green lines for the symbol of any manmade
obstacles. To further identify the obstacle as created by the
enemy, you add the abbreviation EN (page 50, para 10b(2)).