Not sure why I've not gotten this on here before - offers wide range of productions in various scales of plastic miniatures, modelling supplies, and general hobby support of all kinds. Sign up to get discounts of 10 to 20% of product. I particularly like the Airfix and other 1/72 models; build entire human forces from them to play against Martians - only the Lobos look a bit 'off', explained away by the cybering process 'shrinking' the figures. In any case, do check these folks out!
The Infantry Spray Olive Drab SP009 in your post looks reddish brown to me - very different from the US Army uniform color during most of WWII, which was usually khaki for jackets, field drab for pants and olive drab for helmets. Tank Spray United States SP005 looks like the correct olive drab used on American tanks.
I would be very leery of choosing based on these computer samples. What they show as British khaki and US olive drab appear to be almost identical. They really aren't even close to each other. And the Russian tank base should be dark green, but appears rendered as red-brown.
Something is wrong with the color rendering. We really need someone to use the colors and then pronounce on what is what.
Agree with boxholder on the colors. Based on the photo submitted, Russian Uniform SP007 looks correct for USA uniforms. I would suggest a different line of paints for this - in particular I use Krylon almost exclusively for base spray paints as their colors are always fixed and they have a huge range of variety for just about any look. The advantage is that any store that carries them have employees to help you around the color-blind problem. I feel for you - that affliction is very rough in our color intense world.
After spraying a couple of test pieces yesterday, I decided to use the paint for something else.
Over here, the price is $30 per can, which is a bit expensive as far as spray paint goes. Sadly, I asked store employees and explained that I am colour blind, and they advised me to use the Plastic Soldier Olive Drab.
It didn't look right to me, but who am I to argue with the label and the store employees? :/
I think it will become a base coat for my trenches
Gads, $30 a can... geez, I feel your pain. Glad you found something to work out. Suggest you break off some spare plastic from the figures sprue and do paint swipes on it, with gaps of grey plastic between. Post the photo and we can all try and aid you