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      123400 2017 Archive series

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      2017 archive Jungle pack

      history Jungle pack

      The US Air Force helmet bag is described in its military-standards document as a container with a rounded bottom, made from a heavy, olive-green, water-repellent nylon material and padded with quilted rip-stop nylon, measuring 20 inches in height and 19 inches in width. It was designed to protect a flyer’s helmet from scratches when not in use and its development corresponded with the innovation of hard-shell helmets in the 1950s. The helmet bags that are designed today are generally adopted from a model that was introduced in the late 1960s. Like older versions, it features a large interior compartment for holding an aviation helmet, including radio and earphone attachments. New additions were two external pockets on the front of the bag, closing with snaps and hook-and-loop fasteners, and one inner pocket at each end of the liner, for storing small equipment and personal belongings. The bag had a top opening with a zip closure and two matching cushioned handles.

      archive Top loading duffle

      220011 Helmet bag

      archive Helmet bag

      The US Air Force helmet bag is described in its military-standards document as a container with a rounded bottom, made from a heavy, olive-green, water-repellent nylon material and padded with quilted rip-stop nylon, measuring 20 inches in height and 19 inches in width. It was designed to protect a flyer’s helmet from scratches when not in use and its development corresponded with the innovation of hard-shell helmets in the 1950s.

      The helmet bags that are designed today are generally adopted from a model that was introduced in the late 1960s. Like older versions, it features a large interior compartment for holding an aviation helmet, including radio and earphone attachments. New additions were two external pockets on the front of the bag, closing with snaps and hook-and-loop fasteners, and one inner pocket at each end of the liner, for storing small equipment and personal belongings. The bag had a top opening with a zip closure and two matching cushioned handles.

      220011 Helmet bag