|BuNo 2289 flying near a residential area, probably in San Diego, on 1940-Sep-06.|
If you look closely, you may be able to see the rear-facing, high-back chairs in each blister. But no matter how closely you look at this re-sized image, you can't see the red dot filling the star centers. These were removed early in the war because they were often mistaken for "meatballs", resulting in friendly fire.
(Photo courtesy of the San Diego Aerospace Museum)