US Army Personal Items
Gloves, First Aids Kits, eat and drink items, compasses, flashlights, etc...
The P38, developed in 1942, is a small can opener that was issued in the canned field rations of the United States Armed Forces from World War II to the 1980s. Originally designed for and distributed in the K-ration, it was later included in the C-ration. 100% SteelIn Stock
Kit issued to airborne and glider troops as a supplement to their regular first aid kits. They were tied to the helmet, uniform or equipment. They are made from khaki cotton duck fabric with color matched twill tape ties. They stuffed with cardboard scraps.In Stock
As an economy measure, the tins were replaced in 1943 with a waxed cardboard outer box with an inner sleeve. The bandage is wrapped in a foil and paper wrapping. Unissued, though the box may have a few storage scuffs.In Stock
Silk scarf for American paratroopers, delivered in its nicely decorated box. After landing on enemy grounds a piece of parachute was cut of and worn around the neck as a scarf. It became the mark of a veteran paratrooper. 142cm x 32cmIn Stock