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PART I” & “PART II” designed to fit into the Pockets of a Flight Suit.

(see Survival Equipment Book, page 128)





A. Dated 1961, “PART I” & “PART II” Sealed Clear Plastic Containers still Sealed in Clear Plastic Bags, STILL in Original Cardboard Box, NWSM

Cardboard Box is 80% Condition,

(Extremely Rare to find these Kits in the Cardboard Box)

300.00


G.PART II”, No Date (probably pre-1963 as it has a 2-digit ZIP Code),

Kit has been Re-Inspected and Re-Sealed in a heavyweight Plastic Bag, EC+


100.00








5484 1 and 2-Part Individual Survival KIT




Similar to #5482, Plastic Container is larger (much Thicker and a little Wider)




B. RVN Era, “PART II” (looks 95% Full), No Date (probably pre-1963 as it has a 2-digit ZIP Code),has been re-taped with Fiberglass tape with a “Quick-Pull” loop on the top (fairly common in some units), EC

(see Survival Equipment Book, page 129-132)




sold


D. PART I” and “PART II”, bulging-full, still taped, EC
see Pictures on FLT Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm#54xx___aircrew_survival_kits



200.00

( See this Web Page for Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )













5488 Aircrew Survival COMPASS




(see Survival Equipment Book, page 183)




D. Model 1949 Wrist Compass, Dated September 1951, NWSM

(see Breuninger's Book, page 183, lower-right compass)



150.00







(see 85xx for other Compasses)










5489 Aircrew Survival Fishing KIT



Aircrew Survival Fishing Kit in Plastic Box (Survival Equipment Book, page 173)


see pictures on Flight Equipment Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm#5400__survival_gear







A. No Date (probably from the 1950s - Early-1960s), Model-FK-3E85, Label Reads: "EMERGENCY FISHING TACKLE KIT", made by Monroe Industries, Inc. of New Haven, Conn., approved by the U. S. Coast Guard.

Comes with Fishing Instructions, New-in-Government-Plastic-Container!

(Quantity in stock)


65.00


B. No Date (probably from the 1950s - Early-1960s), Model-FK-3E85, Label Reads: "EMERGENCY FISHING TACKLE KIT", made by Monroe Industries, Inc. of New Haven, CONN., approved by the U. S. Coast Guard. Comes with Fishing Instructions, Plastic Container is Broken/Cracked,

New-in-Government-Plastic-Container!

(Quantity in stock)



55.00



D. Early 1960s (No Date), MIL-F-6218B (ASB), amendment 2,

FSN 7810-558-2685, NWSM




65.00



E. Early 1960s (No Date), MIL-F-6218B (ASB), amendment 2,

FSN 7810-558-2685, NWSM




65.00



F. Early 1960s (No Date), MIL-F-6218C (ASG), NWSM

65.00







see pictures on Flight Equipment Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm#5400__survival_gear













5490 Sage Green Flyer's MITTENS (with Leather Palms)




MIL-M-6269G, comes with Wool Liners(Inserts)





A. Medium, Dated 1985, New

55.00








(See #59xx for Other Flying Gloves)










All Parachutes are Sold as a Collectible Item Only!
Not for Parachuting or Any Other Type of Human (or non-human) Airborne Activity!










5496 Parachutes and Parts




Complete and Components or Related Equipment




D. OG NYLON Web Lowering LINE for Parachute Harness, Dated 1979,

with VELCRO Containment Sleeve, EC



35.00


F. White CANOPY (No Lines), Panels 1 - 13 Intact, all other panels have been removed. No Dates but looks old. All panels are stamped "AN", minor staining, Otherwise this Partial Canopy is OK, GC


50.00


K. D-RING, Type Unknown, EC


15.00

Q. Sage Green NB-6 Parachute Pack, Dated 1958, NPU56-202-1, Made by SWITLIK, Average Stains and with Unit Markings, EC
(Backpack does NOT have a Canopy – foam rubber put in it for displaying(?) )
( see pictures on this page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )

350.00


V. Spot Camouflage, dated 1952, NO Lines, 13 Panels-of-the-Canopy left (a panel measures 34”(+/-) at the skirt), Rest of Panels and the Apex are missing, a few holes and discoloration in some panels, 2-3 different shades of Spot Camo in the Canopy material, GC
(Approximately 22 pounds (+/-) of spotted camo material)
( see pictures on this page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )

500.00


AA. Spot Camouflage, dated 1952, NO Lines, New Condition

28 Panel Camo Canopy, stencilling on Panel 28 reads in part:

“CANOPY ASSY. DWG. NO. 48E7639-3”

“ORDER NO. AF33(033) – 15004”

“SERIAL NO. DA-51 28676”

“DATEOF MFG. JUN. 1952”

“PIONEER PARACHUTE CO. INC.”

“PARACHUTE CARGO”

“28 FT. DIAMETER”

“CONVERTED T-7A”

“500 LB CAPACITY”

( Never Used -- removed from it’s OG Cotton Bag – lines cut-off – and I bought it from the dealer -- .in NEW Condition)




sold


AB. Paratrooper’s Neckscarf from a February1944 dated Camouflage Canopy
Each Scarf is approximately 9 inches wide by 4 ½ feet long,
These are rough cut with scissors (probably very similar to the original scarves and covers as they were sometimes cut with knives).
Graded as to the quality of the individual item (holes, abrasions, or etc.):
No Holes but will probably have minor stains, Excellent Condition.....$75.00
May have holes, stains, or etc., Good Condition........$65.00





AC. Camo M-1 Helmet Cover from a February1944 dated Camouflage Canopy
Each Helmet Cover is approximately 24" x 24"
Covers are rough cut with scissors (probably very similar to the original Helmet covers as they were sometimes cut with knives).
Graded as to the quality of the individual item (holes, abrasions, or etc.):
No Holes but will probably have minor stains, Excellent Condition.....$75.00
May have holes, stains, or etc., Good Condition........$65.00
5496AB & AC are cut from the same 1944 dated Canopy.

See Data Label and sample scarves(AB) and covers(AC) on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm





AD. WWII White Cargo Parachute with Heavy White Canvas Sleeve dated 1944,

24 panel canopy, 5 lines cut at the skirt--parts of these 5 lines missing(used in the field I would guess), other lines look ok, small stains (used for one-drop and never cleaned/packed again(?)), canvas bag has stains(normal), see web site for the data label, GC+


data stamp reads:

CANOPY ASSY. DWG. No. 43G14990

ORDER No. W535-AC26573

SERIAL No. 42-4878003

DATE OF MFG. MAY 26 1944

MFG. BY IRVING AIR CHUTE CO., Inc.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
( Is this the same chute that is used in the T-5 Chest pack? )
see on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm

-12-


inquire

AE. OG Cotton Reserve Chest PACK (no canopy or lines), dated December 1964 (date maybe wrong as both lables are faded), blue ink stamped label reads in part: “PACK PART NO. ..11676.”, black ink stamped label reads: “PARACHUTE 24FT. CHEST RESERVE PART NO. 4807155-2 DATE OF MFR. DEC. 19.. MFD. BY SWITLIK PARACHUTE CO., INC. CONTRACT NO. AF361600117466” (“11” maybe incorrect), 3/8” wear hole in top-left corner(see picture), ¼” wear hole on right-end-flap(no pic), elastic still good in opening straps, good color, GC+
See on Flight Gear page

3-4


AF. Early-WWII Army-Navy Parachute Seat Cushion, Part NO. 47565-1, Contract NO. W535-AC-26572, Reliance MFG. CO., dated August 24, 1942, Below average: wear, stains, etc., Used
On Flight gear page


5-6?









All Parachutes are Sold as a Collectible Item Only!
Not for Parachuting or Any Other Type of Human (or non-human) Airborne Activity!











5498 PARACHUTIST'S ITEMS



A. Aerial Delivery Shock Pad.

Olive Drab Heavy Cotton Material, Approximate Size is 12" x 12" x 6",

filled with what I think is Felt Material (cannot open the Bag as it was sewn-shut at the factory), Stamped: "Pad, Shock 12" x 12" Kit Aerial Delivery QM Stock No. 83-P-6450, AF Part No. 42-D-4200, Contract No. AF 33(038)27339,

Lite MFG. CO., Inc. U. S. Property". Tie-strings at each corner to attach the Shock Pad to Equipment Bags, Used

(Used to Cushion the Impact of Equipment during Parachute Drops)

(see Gary Howard's America's Finest Book, page 57;

attached to the Bottom of Bags: One and Three (looking Left to Right))

See on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm

sold



B. CS-150 R Carrying Case for Panel Markers.

Lightweight Khaki Cotton Case for carrying Marking panels for: Resupply, Wind Direction, Hostile Forces, Code Letters, etc. Case is stamped “CASE CS-150” with a Large “R” stamped below. “Panel Care Instructions” are sewn-inside the End-Flap which is closed by 2 Buckle Straps. NWSM (6 in stock)


(Must be an Early Contract due to the color of the Canvas)

(see Howard’s America’s Finest Book, pages 140-141)


( see GI Collectors Guide Book by Henri-Paul Enjames, page 147 )
See on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm

85.00



C. CS-150 R Carrying Case for Panel Markers.

Lightweight Khaki Cotton Case used for carrying Marking panels for:

Resupply, Wind Direction, Hostile Forces, Code Letters, etc. Case is stamped “CASE CS-150” with a Large “R” stamped below. “Panel Care Instructions” are sewn-inside the End-Flap which is closed by 2 Buckle Straps.

New (Small-Storage-Marks) (2 in stock)

(Must be an Early Contract due to the color of the Canvas)

(see Howard’s America’s Finest Book, pages 140-141)


-3-


inquire


D. CS-150 R Carrying Case for Panel Markers.

Lightweight Khaki Cotton Case for carrying Marking panels for: Resupply, Wind Direction, Hostile Forces, Code Letters, etc. Case is stamped “CASE CS-150” with a Large “R” stamped below. “Panel Care Instructions” are sewn-inside the End-Flap which is closed by 2 Buckle Straps. New (Heavy-Storage-Marks)

(Must be an Early Contract due to the color of the Canvas)

(see Howard’s America’s Finest Book, pages 140-141)


2-3


inquire


E. CS-150 R Carrying Case for Panel Markers.

Lightweight Khaki Cotton Case for carrying Marking panels for: Resupply, Wind Direction, Hostile Forces, Code Letters, etc.

Case is stamped “CASE CS-150” with a Large “R” stamped below.

NO “Panel Care Instructions”. End-Flap is closed by 2 Buckle Straps.

Minor Rust on Hardware and Canvas has Brown Stains), NWSM (2 in stock)

(Must be an Early Contract due to the color of the Canvas)

(see Howard’s America’s Finest Book, pages 140-141)

(I will send a Paper Copy of the “Instructions for Panel Care”)


2-3


inquire


F. CS-150 R Carrying Case for Panel Markers.

Lightweight Khaki Cotton Case for carrying Marking panels for: Resupply,

Wind Direction, Hostile Forces, Code Letters, etc. Case is stamped “CASE CS-150” with a Large “R” stamped below. NO “Panel Care Instructions”.

End-Flap is closed by 2 Buckle Straps. Rust on Hardware and Canvas has Stains), New with heavy storage marks (2 in stock)


(Must be an Early Contract due to the color of the Canvas)

(see Howard’s America’s Finest Book, pages 140-141)

(I will send a Paper Copy of the “Instructions for Panel Care”)


2-3


inquire

G. Airborne Marker Panel lightweight OG cotton Carrying Case, stamped “PANEL VS-9/G RED” and “PANEL VS-10/G YELLOW”, “Field Care” instructions printed inside case, case has been modified (see pics), #7 zipper closure, 2 x carrying handles, shoulder strap, nive color with a few very-small snags, Used
See on Equipment page


-4-


inquire







5500 ( line inserted for search purposes )










5501 BLOOD CHITS




All Eras

(see Last Hope “The Blood Chit Story” book by R. E. Baldwin

and Thomas Wm. McGarry for an Excellent Reference Work)
Most of the Blood Chits will be pictured on the Flight Gear page





A. W 46396, MIS-X Type 2 for use in China


inquire

D. W 30772, MIS-X Type 2 for use in China, belonged to a Marine Aviator


inquire

M. Large 3 x Flag Backpatch Blood Chit, Japan made, circa 1950-53,

3 x machine embroidered Flags: United Nations, South Korea, & United States. High-Quality workmanship, measures 8 1/8” wide, New




375.00


R. 25272S, XM-61-1 (Southeast Asia – West Central Pacific), from a 16th SOS Pilot, Used see picture & details on Link below

sold



T.Shuttle Blood Chit”, double-sided Shuttle Chit used by USAAF personnel when getting close to Russia in WWII, printed in English and Russian, still has the clear-plastic pocket with cord for hanging around your neck, damage to plastic holder on one-seam from warping, Chit in New Condition
see pics on Flight Gear page


inquire

V. Desert Storm era from the 23rd TFW(I think), has “000023” in all 4-corners

(I think someone told me these numbers signified the Unit Number),

minor use, has some fraying on the top edge (see picfile), EC
see pics on Flight Gear page


inquire


W. Enduring Freedom - Operation Iraqi Freedom, has an emblem with those phrases sew-on the upper-right corner(looks Factory), belonged to a 103rd Fighter Group Pilot, minor pucker(from the factory) on top edge, looks UnUsed

see pics on Flight Gear page




sold


AA. W 58144, MIS-X Type 2 for use in China, Used

see pics on Flight Gear page




inquire

AB. NO. 84669, MIS-X Type 4 for use in China,

low serial number for a Type 4 with the “NO.” prefix, Used


see pics on Flight Gear page

inquire


AC. 3-piece hand embroidered “Silk” Chit for use in Chnia,

similar construction to the chit shown on page 136, Figure 7-89,

some of the Chinese characters are different, UnUsed

( stored in Gray cabinet )


see pics on Flight Gear page


inquire


AD. Korean War era for an “American (UNITED NATIONS) flier”,

no serial number, Unused


I cannot get a confirmation if this is a United Nations Issue (i.e., U.S. Issue) item.

If any Veteran brought home one of these, please email Jack@LJMIlitaria.com

I would like to confirm if this style was an issue item.

Also, any collectors who can trace the lineage of a similar Chit, please email.


( stored in Gray cabinet )
see pics on Flight Gear page

inquire

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