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BE. Small, Date Faded, washed once(?), EC+

40.00

BF. Medium, Date Faded, washed once(?), EC+

40.00

BG. Small, Dated 197., NWSM

45.00

BH. Large, Dated 1976, NWSM

50.00

BI. Medium, No Date, Stains and Sun Fading, GC+

35.00

BK. Small, no date, EC+

25.00

BL. Large, date faded, EC+

45.00

BM. Medium, no date, EC+

35.00

BN. Medium, no date, Sun Fading around the neck, GC+

35.00

BO. Large, no date, Holes in Front and Fading, PC

25.00

BP. Medium, no date, EC+

30.00

BQ. Medium, dated 197., Lots of Sun Fading, GC

30.00

BR. Large, date Faded, ¼” hole in front, EC

45.00

BS. Small, date Faded, EC+

35.00

BT. Large, dated 1976, New

55.00

BV. X-Large, date Faded, Excellent Color, minor wear, EC+ (Rare Size)

(Most of Label has faded….I believe the Captain got it in 1969/70)




55.00

BX. Small, dated 1969, New (3 in stock)

60.00

CA. XX-Large, dated 1969, New

sold

CB. XX-Large, dated 1970, New

sold







5358 1960s – 1970s Era OG Cotton T-SHIRTS (PX Purchase)





Caution: PX shirts are a smaller cut than the “gunny-sack” style Issue shirts.





A. Medium, with Maker's Label, GC ( 2 in stock )

30.00

B. XS, with Maker's Label, EC

20.00

C. Medium, with Maker's Label, Faded and small stains, GC

15.00

E. Small, Label Faded, small repair on back, GC

10.00

F. Medium, no label, EC

18.00

K. Small, no label, Named inside, EC+ (2 in stock)

20.00

M. Small, no label, EC+

20.00

Q. XXXL ("Triple-Large"), Big-Boy T-Shirt, Excellent Color,

small holes (you repair), EC


45.00


U. Large, with Maker's Label, New

65.00

W. Small, small stain near the bottom hem, EC+

22.00

X. Small, shade of Darker Green (fairly rare item), EC+

25.00







5360 RVN Era White Cotton "Full-Length-Sleeve" T-Shirt




Long-Sleeve T-Shirt Style made of 100% Cotton. Made of extremely High-Quality Material! Label reads: "UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S, COTTON, FULL LENGTH SLEEVE, CLASS 1, NATURAL 100% COTTON".

(I have never seen this Shirt before; Excellent Quality!)







A. Small, Dated 1970, New (Quantity)

45.00

B. Medium, Dated 1968, New (5 in stock)

55.00







5370 RVN Era OG Cotton HANDKERCHIEFS




A. OG-107, 17" Square, New

4.00

(Package of 12 is $ 36.00)




B. Used, GC

1.00

D. Used (PX Purchase), GC (4 in stock)

1.00

F. Used, EC (3 in stock)

2.00

G. New (2 in stock)

4.00







5388 OG Wool MUFFLER (NECKSCARF)




(see Stanton’s Korean War Book, pages 71 & 182)




A. Used

Sold

B. New

sold

5390 Cold Weather SHIRT ("LONG JOHN TOP")




Cream-Color Wool/Cotton 2-Button Top. Issued from the 1950s to 1990s. (Matches #5391 Bottoms)




A. Small, New

Sold

B. Medium, New

Sold

C. Medium, Dated 1970, New

Sp;d

D. Extra-Large, New




5391 Cold Weather DRAWERS ("Long John" Bottom)




Cream-Color Wool/Cotton Elastic-Waist, Ankle-Length.

(Matches #5390 Tops)






A. Small, New

sold

B. Medium, New

sold

C. Large, New

Sold

D. Large, RVN Era Dates, New

sold

5393 Cold Weather UNDERSHIRT ("Long Top" Top)




Brown 100% Polypropylene with Zipper Front (Replaced #5390)




B. Medium, Dated 1990, New

Sold

C. Medium, No Date, New

Sold

D. Large, Dated 1990, New

sold

5394 Cold Weather Long-Sleeve T-SHIRT (PX Purchase)




Brown 100% Polypropylene, PX Purchase




B. Extra-Large, No Date, New

sold

5395 Cold Weather DRAWERS ("Long John" Bottom)




Brown 100% Polypropylene with Elastic-Waist (Replaced #5391)




A. Large, Dated 1995, SPO100-95-C-1001, New

sold

B. Large, Dated 1995, SPO100-95-C-1001, New




BA. Large, Dated 1990, New




BC. Medium, Dated 1989, New




BD. Large, Dated 1989, New




BE. Small, Dated 1989, New




BG. Medium, Dated 1990, New




BH. Large, Dated 1990, New











ALL ITEMS LISTED & SOLD IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR "COLLECTIBLE DISPLAY" ONLY!

(A "COLLECTIBLE DISPLAY" ITEM IS ANYTHING A PRUDENT PERSON WOULD NOT USE FOR ANYTHING BUT A DISPLAY)











5400 - 5599 Flight and Survival EQUIPMENT (No Helmets)










( see 4836 – 4843 for Parachute/Flyer’s Kit Bags and B-4s )




( see 50xx for Helmets and Accessories )




( see 59xx for Flyer's Gloves )




( see 85xx for Compasses and Parts )










All Survival and Flight Gear is SOLD as Collectibles ONLY!

For a Good Reference Book use Breuninger's:



"U. S. Military Combat Aircrew Individual Survival Equipment"










5402 Flyer’s Navigational BRIEF CASE (2 Styles)




--Style #1: 4-Internal Compartments, Leather Handle with 2-straps and metal lock to close the Case. Brown Leather/Leathette "Map Case" issued to Aircrew's to carry Flight Maps, Computers, and etc. (Some Cases were Private Purchased)

--Style #2: Several Internal Pockets, Zipper Closure (No Handle),

Brown Leather/Leathette "Map Case" issued to Aircrew's to carry Flight Maps, Computers, and etc. (Some Cases were Private Purchased)

(see Gear Up! Book by Jon A Maguire, pages 162 - 163)





C. Style #1, No Data Label, Pilot's name is stamped on the Briefcase, 90% Condition, EC
(This USAAF/USAF Fighter Pilot flew in WWII and Korean War)

150.00














5403 U. S. Aircraft GAUGES and ETC.




No Guarantee that these Items will work, Sold as a Collectible Display!

Condition Judged by the Exterior Looks Only!




A. Manifold Pressure Gauge, AN 5770-1, GC

20.00

D. B-24 Gyro Horizon Indicator ("Artificial Horizon"), GC

125.00

E. Navy Hellcat Turn and Bank Indicator, EC+

75.00

F. B-29 Cabin Pressure Control, EC+

125.00

K. Gage - Low Pressure Oxygen, AN-6021-1A, Dated 1945, Order Number

33-038-45-9351-P, Mfr's #M-5718624, New-in-Sealed-Package, New


25.00








5405 Face MASK for Aviators (Tan Chamois Skin)




U.S.Navy WWII Era (Believed to be a Navy Issue Item),

Holes for eyes and mouth, adjustable strap in the back.





A. No Markings, New

35.00

B. No Markins, eye holes have not been cut-out, New

35.00







5406 WWII USAAF Type A-3A SLEEPING BAG




Used in the E-12 (Arctic) Aerial delivery Survival Kit.

(Extra shipping charges apply in the U. S. and Canada)






C. Large USAAF Insignia Stencil on Lining and Outside, Spec. No. 3140-B, Stock No. 8300-030850, inside dated 1945, storage stains on outside, Excellent Color (never-washed), tie-in Lining clean, used very little, named on cover, EC

sold








5407 WWII USAAF MUKLUKS




I believe these were for Survival Kits(?).




A. OG Cotton Uppers and Brown Leather Soles/Sides,

Large Snap-Closure Pouch at the Top-Front (cloth shade and Texturedoes not match on this pair), Loops for laces (Laces missing), Minor wear and stains, GC+



75.00








5409 WWII USN Aircrew Survival Mosquito HEADNET




M-565a Mosquito Net, Very Unusual!

Has a Net, a Rear Flap to protect the neck from the Sun, a Face Mask to protect against Windburn. Used in the M-592 (see #5411) Survival Back Pack Kit

(see Survival Equipment book, pages 69 - 72)






A. Dated 1944, by Strato Co, New with Instruction Sheet

90.00







5410 WWII Era Cloth Aircrew Survival Map (Chart)




C. A.M.S. 5301 2nd Edition,

dated 1944, Nagasaki and Kagoshima, Japan

(2-sided Map), scale of 1:1,000,000

has been mis-folded, New


picture on Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

inquire














5412 Vietnam Era Plastic DOD Evasion CHART (Map)





( start 1st Edition )





B. First Edition,

dated January 1966, EVC 250-3 and EVC 250-4 (S.E.A.)

(2-sided Map of Laos and Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

stains, 1 tear (ask for picfile), EC


see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

sold


D. First Edition,

dated January 1966, EVC 250-3 and EVC 250-4 (S.E.A.)

(2-sided Map of Laos and Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

stains, EC


see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

inquire


M. First Edition,

dated January 1966, EVC 500-1 (S.E.A.)

(1-sided map of Laos, Thailand, Vietnam), scale 1:500,000

minor stains, Excellent Condition for a map that was used in combat, EC+


see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

sold



N. First Edition,

dated January 1966, EVC 250-1 & 250-2 (S.E.A.)

(2-sided map of: China, Laos, & Vietnam), scale 1:250,000

map area part is EC+,

around the edges some minor bleeding and rubbing has occurred,

overall in Excellent Condition for a map that was used in combat, EC


see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

inquire

















( start 2nd Edition )





AA. 2nd Edition,

dated February 1966, EVC 250-5 and EVC 250-6 (S.E.A.)

(2-sided Map of: Laos, Thailand, & Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

map area part is EC+, around the edges some bleeding has occurred,

overall in Excellent Condition+ for a map that was used in combat, EC+

see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm




inquire

AC. 2nd Edition,

dated February 1968, EVC 250-3 and EVC 250-4 (S.E.A.)

(2-sided Map of: Laos & Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

signed note from the 14th TRS Pilot who carried it in 1968-69 while flying out of Udorn RTAFB, Thailand, wear holes along the folds/etc., good condition for a map that was used in combat, GC+



inquire


AD. 2nd Edition, dated March 1968, (S.E.A.), EC+

EVC 500-1: Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam

Single sided

SCALE: 1:500,000


inquire


AE. 2nd Edition, dated March 1968, (S.E.A.), ½” tear on fold, EC

EVC 500-2: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam

Reverse side EVC 500-3: Cambodia and Vietnam

SCALE: 1:500,000




sold

AF. 2nd Edition, dated March 1968, (S.E.A.), EVC 500-1: Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, Single sided, SCALE: 1:500,000, ¼” tear (no data lost), Below average: usage, wear, and stains, 80% condition, Used



inquire















( start 3rd Edition )





BA. 3rd Edition, dated February 1968, EVC 250-5 (S.E.A.) & 250-6 printed on Reverse side (2-sided map of: Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

storage rubbing, minor stains, and 1" tear on edge (ask for picfile), EC+

(Map was never used - got dirty while stored )
see on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


inquire


BB. 3rd Edition, dated February 1968, EVC 250-5 (S.E.A.) & 250-6 printed on Reverse side (2-sided map of: Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

Below average: usage, wear, and stains, 75% condition, Used




inquire


BC. 3rd Edition, dated February 1968, EVC 250-5 (S.E.A.) & 250-6 printed on Reverse side (2-sided map of: Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam), scale of 1:250,000

Below average: usage, wear, and stains, 80% condition, Used





inquire




















5414 Clear Plastic CASE for DOD Evasion Maps (#5412)




Approximate measurements: 5” x 6”, will hold a #5412 map and a Pointee Talkee booklet.




B. Fold over top with closure similar to a survival water bladder, EC+
See on Flight Gear page

2-3

inquire


C. Rigger made Green Naugahyde 5 ½” x 8”(deep) Survival Map BAG, also made to hold other items, unit inventory control number, VELCRO closure and short carrying strap, Used

2-3


inquire













5415 Pilot’s PENLIGHT





B. stamped: “FLASHLIGHT, MS 21998-2, PENLIGHT STYLE, PILOTS P/N 1730-9 JUSTRITE U.S.”, uses 2 x AA batteries, has a sliding Red mask to switch off the white light, Tested and it Works! New
See on Flight gear page

-2-


inquire



















5416 Life Raft Table RATION CAN




Sealed can of Tablets for Survival




B. dated 1950, Contract Number DA 11-009 QM-1512,

made by Van Brode Milling CO., INC., Key is on the bottom of the can,

finish is rough but Can is still sealed, GC+
see pics on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


78.00








5418 WWII USAAF Type E-6 POUCH (Bag)




Small (10" x 6") Olive Green Cotton Canvas Bag with: Zipper Closure, 3-Straps on Back and 2 D-Rings to hold the Emergency Sustenance Kit.

Bag Stamped: "Specification No. 40488, Stock No. 8300-559170

Order No. (11-107) 44-10982 Property Air Forces, U. S. Army". (No Contents!)





A. Dated 1944, Pouch Only, by Breslee Mfg., EC+


sold

B. dated 1944, by Breslee Manfuacturing, 2 x straps on back have been neatly removed(see picture), “D-rings” rusted, minor stains(see pics), still has the leather zipper thong, Used

75.00








5420 WWII Era C-1 Survival VEST (1st Pattern)




Slanted Upper Pockets have Button Closures and NO Insect Repellant Pocket (see Survival Equipment Book, pages 12/13)




DS. by Cappel, FC

95.00

G. by Breslee, soiled but sound!, GC+

(see Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )




sold







5421 WWII Era C-1 Survival VEST (2nd Pattern)




Similar to #5420 but HAS an Insect Repellant Pocket




A. Dated 1945, by Breslee, with Holster, GC+

150.00

B. Missing 2-Lower Pockets and Holster, FC

80.00

D. by Breslee, Very Little Wear, EC+

250.00







5422 WWII Era Type C-1 Survival VEST (3rd Pattern)




Vetical Upper Pockets have Snap Closures,

Label reads: "EMERGENCY SUSTENANCE VEST", SPEC. NO. 3206






CS. by Breslee, with Holster, NWSM

250.00

D. Holster removed but is still with the Vest, overall FC+

90.00

FJ. by Aircraft Appliance Corp., NWSM

225.00

HS. by Breslee, with Holster, NWSM

250.00

J. by Breslee, Holster neatly removed, modified by adding: Female Snaps to the Front-Skirt and a Female Lift-a-Dot to each arm seam,

Minor stains, Excellent Color, EC



150.00


L. by Sears, minor storage marks, otherwise Mint

see USAF/USAAF Gear Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf___cap_gear.htm




275.00







5424 WWII Era C-1 Survival Vest COMPONENTS




(see Survival Equipment Book, pages 14-15)

(WWII Era Sun Hats have thick, rubberized Sizing Bands)






D. Goggle, Type III M-1943 in paper package, New but in Poor Condition

15.00

H. Aromatic Inhalant (vial broken) Container,GC

4.00

NS. M-1943 Type II Goggle, # 74-G-76-38, New-in-Envelope

50.00

OS. M-1943 Type III Goggle, # 74-G-76-35, New-in-Envelope

60.00

PS. .45 Caliber Ammunition (Bird-Shot), New-in-Sealed-Box

65.00

QS. Insect Repellent, Full Bottle

25.00

RS. OD Metal Can Carlise Bandage, New

15.00

US. Yellow to OD Sun Hat, Stamped "AGAWAK", NWSM

75.00

VS. Spit Assembly (or Weapon), # SGA 43-27, New-in-Box

75.00

AA. AAF Manual 64-15 (original # 60-1), Emergency Uses of the Parachute, dated February 1945, 24 page small-format booklet, removed from #5420G, EC

see Manual on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm
(later dated AFM-64s listed under #5429x below)

45.00








5425 WWII Era Reversible (Yellow to OG) Sun HAT




Reversible from OG to Yellow, has a Heavyweight size adjustment band




JS. Good Condition

100.00

K. stamped "AGAWAK" & "44G5062" (date of 1944?), EC

125.00

M. stamped "44G506.", EC

110.00







5426 Reversible (Orange to OG) Survival Sun HAT




One-Size-Fits-All, Reversible from Olive Green to Orange

(see Survival Equipment Book, page 14 and 92)






D. dated 1968 (DSA100-68-C-0639), named on the Orange side, otherwise New

75.00

H. dated 1966 (DSA-100-4382), NWSM

65.00







5427 U. S. Navy TYPE SV-1 Survival VEST




Issued from 1950s thru 1960s, Olive Green and Sage Green Nylon Materials, Zippered Front, 2 Large zippered Pockets for Survival Gear.

Modified Vests will be Noted. Very Hard to find in Un-Modified Condition.

(see Survival Equipment Book, pages 18/19)






D. Sage Green, dated 1964, MIL-V-17893A (WEP),

small storage stains, looks New



(Rare, Early-Vietnam Era, Vest in UnModified Condition)
(see Flight Gear Page for Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )


225.00








5428 U. S. Navy Type SV-2 Survival VEST




Issued in Olive Green and Sage Green Nylon Materials.

(see Survival Equipment Book, pages 20-23)







D. SV-2A, Dated 1970, Minor stains, EC

110.00



F. SV-2B, Dated 1976, has the "Pick-Up" D-Ring Modification, stained,

Compass and Knife Sheath included, Named on tape, fully functional, GC



65.00








5429 AFM 64-15 USAF Survival Uses of the Parachute MANUAL




similar to #5424A but a later date




AC. AAF Manual 64-15 (supersedes AFM-64-15 dated 1945 & changes dated 1954), Emergency Uses of the Parachute, dated July 1 1956, 26 page small-format booklet, minor damage to front cover (has been folded since issued), EC

38.00


AF. same as #5429AC, normal wear, GC+

32.00

AG. same as #5429AC, normal wear, (has been folded since issued), EC
see picture on Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


37.00







5430 WWII to Korean War Era USAAF/USAF Experimental Survival VEST




RARE Survival Vest! (Never saw a Picture or Reference to this Vest Style)




A. OG Cotton Pull-Over Vest with 4 Zippered Pockets (Crown "spring-loaded" Zippers), 5 x Snap-Closure Pockets along the Hem (3 x Front and 2 x Back).

"EXPERIMENTAL TEST SAMPLE", the Air Force Insignia,

"AERO MEDICAL LABORATORY", & "AIR MATERIEL COMMAND",

woven into a Square-White Aero Medical Laboratory Experimental Label

(label is sewn inside on the left-shoulder-very unusual placement),

fraying on the edging-tape, small tear in left armpit, small stains, EC

see USAF Gear Page for Pictures

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/weapons__sheaths__holsters__and_etc_.htm


SOLD


5431 Early (Prototype) SRU-21/P Style Sage Green Survival Vest




A. Medium, no date, contract AF33(657) 15402, Looks similar to the regular SRU-21/P Production Model (#5432) but a Very Early Model (note the contract number), old C-1 style pocket snaps, with black holster, EC+

(Rare Collector's Item)

see pics on Flight Gear Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

Sold








5432 Aircrew SRU-21/P Sage Green Survival VEST and Parts




Sage Green Nylon Mesh Vest (other colors will be noted) with many Pockets and a Leather Holster. (see Survival Equipment Book, page 32)





B. Neck Label "VEST, SURVIVAL POLYESTER, MESH NET, TYPE SRU-21/P SIZE: LARGE 8127-01-052-5748 DRY CLEAN ONLY" ,

(Actual size is a U. S. Small), lightweight Dark Olive Green Polyester Mesh,

No Holster, No adjustment in back, Zipper slides are marked "5" and "7" on the back ("5" could be the zipper size; unknown meaning for the "7"); zipper Quality looks Japanese or Equivalent Manufacturer, NWSM
(Came from Saigon…may have been made for the VNAF Rare Item(?))
see pictures on Flight Gear Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


275.00


M. Parts: Black Leather Holster, RVN Era bringback by a GI, New

(Sew-on style, soft leather with 2 cross-straps for weapon restraint)

(can also be worn on the belt, 3-slits pre-cut for a belt)

see pictures on Flight Gear Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm



sold

Q. Parts: Army “TM 55-8465-215-10 Operator’s Manual for Vest, Survival, SRU-21/P Hot Climate (FSN 8465-177-4819)”, dated June 1970, 25 page manual with pictures and stock numbers for the parts to put in the Vest,

a loose leaf “Load List” is tucked-inside the manual, EC

(I have owned several Vests but have never seen a TM)

see picture on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


sold



AA. Medium, Dated 1974, Excellent Color!

Holster looks UnUsed, local marking on the back size adjuster: "V-23" and "For TRNG Use Only", adjustment lace is missing in the back (it was a training vest so it would probably not have a lace), Very minor wear, EC+


see picture on Flight Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm



125.00

AD. Medium, dated 1967, Excellent Color! Never had a holster sewn-on, neck-label dirty but readable, named on back and has a USAF White-on-Blue embroidered Name Tape, upper-small pockets and neck area are soiled (normal wear), overall in Excellent Condition, EC

(came from a 56th Special Operations Wing Pilot )

see picture on USAF Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm

175.00








5433 B-47 Flight Crew Gas Mask




B. M-9A1 in Carrier, see pictures and description on Web Site, EC
see on Flight Gear: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


135.00







5434 Aircrew Survival Recovery VEST "SARVIP"



Replaced the SRU-21/P, SARVIP = Survival and Recovery VEST, Insert & Packets

see Survival Book, pages: 45-46





D. Medium, dated 1988(date may be wrong as it is very difficult to read the label), No components-nothing in the pockets/etc., #7 Ideal zipper, Never worn, UnUsed

-5-














5436 Aircrew Anti-G Cutaway Type Garment




D. CSU-3/P, M/L, dated 1969, MIL-A-25892C (USAF), contract F41608-69-C-5435, S/N 8475-559-5342, name & rank on label, average: scrapes, wear,

abrasions, soiling, etc., GC+ see pics on Flight Gear page:



sold


F. CSU-3/P, M/R, dated 1968, MIL-A-25892C (USAF), contract F41608-68-C-8080, S/N 8475-559-5343, last name written on label, very-minor snags on the lower portion of the legs, 1 small stain on lower left leg, EC

( One of the cleanest “used condition” anti-g suits I have seen )



sold


G. CSU-12/P M/L, “EXHIBIT ASNMC 69-4”, dated 1970, F33657-70-C-0552, unit writing on, or near, the label, I see no wear marks on this rig, Issued but Unused

300.00








5438 Sage Green Aircrew Restraining VEST (Nylon)




NYLON MESH SAFETY/RESTRAINING VEST USED BY AIRCREWMEN WHEN THE AIRCRAFT DOORS ARE OPEN. ADJUSTABLE LEG STRAPS & A LONG ADJUSTABLE TETHER STRAP




A. Large (can be adjusted-down to a Medium), dated 1983, made by Spinks, EC+

65.00







see 2925 for Radios and Batteries for the E-1 Vests










5440 USAF Blue E-1 Radio Carrier VEST




1ST Model (MIL-V-5876)

(See Survival Equipment Book, page 16 (2ND Model shown))

(see Japanese Book, Wold Photo Press 03968-11, page 56, "MA-1")





(none in stock)










5442 USAF Sage Green E-1 Radio Carrier VEST




2ND Model (MIL-V-5876A), shown in above reference Book




A. Large, USAF Stencil on left chest and inside below the Woven Label, EC

200.00







5444 USAF Olive Green E-1 Radio Carrier VEST




2ND (MIL-V-5876A) Model, same as #5442 - Except Olive Green




A. Extra-Large, USAF Stencil on left chest, Gold on Black Woven Label,

Some stains, GC+ - EC


150.00








5446 USAF Sage Green E-1 Radio Carrier VEST




3RD Model (MIL-V-5876B), Silver on Black Woven Label, no USAF stencil (similar to 5440/5442/5444)



A. Large, dated 1962, New

200.00







5448 Lift Raft Knife




Yellow Wooden Handled knife with perforated 2.5” blade in brown leather sheath that attaches to the raft. Knife is tethered to the sheath with a lanyard.




B. No markings, NWSM see this WEAPONS page:

sold







5449 Desalting KIT




see Survival book, page 174




A. ORANGE METAL CAN, DATED 1966, MARK 2, TYPE II,

STOCK NUMBER 4610-372-0592, NWSM, STILL-SEALED!


75.00


B. ORANGE METAL CAN, DATED 1966, MARK 2, TYPE II,

STOCK NUMBER 4610-372-0592, OPENED, BUT COMPLETE, NWSM


65.00








5451 Parachutist’s LIFE PRESERVER (Vest)




Used by Paratroopers when making Water Jumps.




M. Dated 1987, Label Reads: "MIL-L-52052D/ME/ TypeB-7

Stock #4220-00-657-2197", New-in-Plastic-Bag


100.00








5452 Life VESTs




A. Orange, Dated 1969, USN BUWEPS MARK-2, MIL-L-6077G (WEP), GC

85.00

B. YELLOW, MODEL AV-2A, DATED 1968, BY SWITLIK, GC

(MAYBE A SOUVENIR FROM A "FREEDOM BIRD"?)



50.00

D. YELLOW, MODEL PA-5, DATED 1967, EC

(LIGHT IS POWERED BY A SALT WATER ACTIVATED BATTERY)

(NO MILITARY MARKINGS, SIMILAR TO VESTS ISSUED TO ARMY CHOPPER PILOTS IN VIETNAM)


40.00

E. YELLOW, MODEL PA-5, DATED 1967, EC

(LIGHT IS POWERED BY A SALT WATER ACTIVATED BATTERY)

(NO MILITARY MARKINGS, SIMILAR TO VESTS ISSUED TO ARMY CHOPPER PILOTS IN VIETNAM)


40.00







5453 Marine Aircrew “Life Preserver Accessory KIT”




A. FSN: 4220-025-9160, Kit Contents: Sea Dye Marker in Yellow Plastic Package, Shark Repellant Compound Packet in Black Plastic Package, Whistle, and Distress Marker Light. Items dated from 1969 – 1972, Packed in a small cardboard box with the Original Packing Slip (dated January 1971), by the U.S.M.C. in Atlanta, Georgia, boxes were Inspected and Re-Packed in January 1974, New (9 in stock)
see on FLT Gear page:

55.00








5454 Aircrew Life RAFTS




A. RVN Era, Type-LRU-3/P U.S. Army, MIL-L-8664B(WP),

Dated 1967, Inflation Bottle attached, New


175.00








5455 Pneumatic Life PRESERVER (Underarm)




LPU "Water Wings" for Aircrews. (see Survival Equipment, page 56-57)




A. LPU-10/P, Dated 1970, GC+

85.00







5456 SDU-30 Orange Distress Light MARKER (Survival)




(see Survival Equipment Book, page 162, Top-Right)



A. DISTRESS LIGHT, DLA-400-82-F-5495, (SIMILAR TO "761-A" IN REFERENCED BOOK) (INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED FOR MODIFYING "AA" BATTERIES TO USE IN THIS LIGHT), NEW-IN-BOX

15.00


C. "AA" BATTERIES MODIFIED TO POWER ITEM "A" EACH

3.00







5458 1-Cell Gray Plastic Distress Marker LIGHT




Marker Light with Safety Pin for attaching to your Vest or Shirt.




A. with Green Lense, New-in-Box! (Quantity)

7.00

B. with Clear Lense, New-in-Box! (Quantity)

7.00







5460 SDU-5/E Strobe Distress Marker LIGHT (Survival)



No guarantee that these work, sold as a Static Display Item ONLY!


Orange Plastic Body Strobe Light, secured to the Pilot's Flight Gear for emergency use. Does not come with a battery unless noted.

(see Survival Equipment Book, page 162)


see pictures on Flight Equipment Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm





A. Dated 1982, stamped "U. S." on the back, with Pouch, GC

(No Battery)



45.00

B. RVN Era (No Date) DSA-4-076199-EW227, stamped "U. S." on the back,

Unit Marked on back: "VP-50 .56" (VP-50 Flew out of Cam Rahn Bay, NAS), stamped "U. S." on the back , GC+

(Comes with the rare Orange Top for the Battery)

(I removed the bottom of the battery; it was deteriorating, was Dated 11/61)

(Only Orange top battery I have seen!)


sold


D. Dated 1972, Does Not Work, stamped "U. S." on the back, GC+

(No Battery)



55.00

E. RVN Era (No Date) DSA-4-052159-EE227, stamped "USAF" on the back,

Does Not Work, no rubber cap on switch, GC+

(No Battery)

50.00


F. RVN Era (No Date) DSA-4-052159-EE227, Does Not Work, stamped "USAF" on the back, EC

(No Battery)


55.00


H. RVN Era (No Date), DSA-4-068175-EW231, (never tested, battery box looks clean), marked “14th TAC RECON SQ” “#36”, with OG Nylon carrier and white retention line, was issued by the 14th TRS in Thailand, EC

75.00








5476 SRU-15/P Survival Sleeping BAG




Pilot's Survival Sleeping Bag, Stock # 8465-753-3226, BAG is Sealed in a square Fiberglass Container (weight 7 pounds), used in the ML-3 and other Survival Kits.

(see Survival Equipment Book, pages 86-87, 112, and 121)






A. Dated 1960, EC (2 in stock)

250.00

B. Dated 1964, EC

250.00

C. Dated 1965, EC

250.00

D. Dated 1967, EC (4 in stock)

275.00

See Picture on this link Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm









ALL Survival Kits are Sold as a Collectible Display Item!




See Survival Kit Pictures on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm







5480 U. S. Navy Survival, Escape, and Evasion Kits (SEEK-1)




Clear Plastic Container Labeled: "Container NO. 1" or "Container NO. 2"

designed to fit into the Pockets of a Flight Suit. Container has 2 x metal slides for opening and re-sealing. Used during the 1950-1960s Era for USN and USMC Pilot Survival Kits. (see Survival Equipment Book, page 133-134)






AA.CONTAINER NO. 1”, dated 1st Quarter 1962, estimated 90% full, EC

(found with 5480AB, same Contract Number)



100.00

AB.CONTAINER NO. 2”, dated 1st Quarter 1962, estimated 60% full, GC

(found with 5480AA, same Contract Number)



70.00












5482 U. S. Navy PSK-2 Personal Survival KIT




USN Survival Kit in Clear Plastic (4.5" x 3.25" x 1.5") Containers marked:




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