To use this link, one must understand how it was developed, and since I was the one who did it, here's how it happened.
This goes back to the articles by Alan Raven in Plastic Ship Modeler, in say 1996-7, where the colors were listed along with the 1929 Munsell codes. This is important, since the Munsell codes were redone in the 1940's (memory...) and the values changed. So, what I did was to get a bunch of modern paint sample cards, went to the University of Tennessee Ag Library (that's right, Munsell codes are used to classify soil samples), and sat for six hours matching commercial paint samples to their copy of the 1929 Munsell book. Are they absolutely correct? No, since you're now into how I interpreted the color from one source to the other. Are the close? That's for you to decide. However, at the time, this was developed prior to S&S doing their work, and were meant to give the modeler an idea of what these colors looked like, and a reference to something common that could be acquired by the modeler. There was no Federal Standard at the time the colors were chosen, and they weren't inserted into the then existing (say 1939) Army/Navy color system. These colors were chosen by me, according to what I could best determine matched the 1929 Munsell, in 1997, before the IPMS convention that year.
Thus endeth the lesson...