Rhetorical Strategies Used In Camouflage, You Know It When You Know It '
Wilkinson uses pathos in the article to describe the article, in a short but concise manner. One such example is the powerful description of the conditions of battle in a way that explains the existence of camouflage. He states that camouflage wasn’t necessary for times when combat was at an arm's length. Camouflage would have been useless in such a situation as they could be nothing hidden. Another, use of pathos is the front cover which has features an overhead view of an BF-109 aircraft with a camouflage pattern over top of the North African desert with the quote “ Camouflage: Does it work?”. The plane blends into the sandy backdrop well and it inserts an opinion into the reader's mind. The cover makes the question seem paradoxical. The purpose of the seemingly contradictory cover is to the persuade the audience to pick up a copy of the magazine. It is the first use of rhetoric the reader is most likely to see. so it has to be the most eye catching and