P. RVN Era, marked to a Captain, Serial Number and Name written twice on the 1966 dated sweatband, Captain’s Bars marked on front of Cover, comes with a correct Camouflage Band, Found together and looks righteous, EC
Camouflage Band not dated, Sweatband dated 1986, "T" Nape strap dated 1969, modern Infantry style steel pot chin strap (no extra glove snap for snapping inside the Airborne Liner), 1LT rank sewn on the front, overall in 95% Condition, EC+
(Superb example of a 1980s era M-1 rig from a GI!)
see on Headgear Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm
Reversible Camouflage (Brown-to-Green) with Camouflage Slits in the Cover.
(same references as #6929)
K. With Camouflage Slits, 95% Color, Chin-Strap holes are roughly cut (normal), EGA Stamped on Brown and Green Sides, 1" L-Shaped tear near the crown (easy repair if you have the material), faint Steel-Pot rim marks, GC+
see on USMC page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm
6932 USMC Korean War Era Camo M-1 Helmet COVER
Reversible Camouflage (Brown to Green) (Similar to #6930)
It is unclear when these were made but some of them have the old WWII style Cutter’s Tags
see Picture on Head Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm#6933___6940_m_1_helmet_covers___camo (Camo Slits are closer to the crown than a 2nd Pattern USMC Camo Cover)
(I found them in a warehouse, in TN, with the white cotton ties still on the bundle)
A. OG, New
6934 Camouflage Elastic BAND (RVN Era)
Plain OG Elastic Band, NO Reflective Tape (“Cat’s Eyes”)!
Not all Bands are stamped “BAND, HELMET, CAMOUFLAGE U S”
Some Bands will have the GI’s Name written on it.
Used to attach Camouflage (Leaves, Branches, etc.) to the side of the helmet.
(see Lyles' Book, Front Cover) (Hard to Find)
(If you see a NEW Condition Band for Sale...Beware, many Dealers
bought rolls of Government surplus Elastic Material and are making these!!)
see Picture on Head Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm#6933___6940_m_1_helmet_covers___camo
D. Named, EC
E. Named Inside, EC+
6936 Nylon Camouflage M-1 Helmet COVER
Made of 4 x equal panels of Camouflage Parachute Material with an Elastic Band around the edge. Machine-made Holes for the Chin Strap to pass-through.
(I have never see a Picture of these but all of them came from the Ft. Bragg area & one Old-Timer said he wore one in the 1950-1970 Era(?))
A. New (Rare) (2 or 3 left in stock)
see Picture on Head Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm#69xx___helmets
see on Headgear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm
F.124th Army Command, a 124th ARCOM decals on both sides, named and SN to a California Volunteer RA19808xxx on the 1965 dated Sweatband, very minor wear; paint, decals, suspension, and etc. in at least 90% condition, EC+
see on Headgear page
H. 10th Mountain Division, 86th Mountain Infantry RegimentNamed White Westinghouse made LINER with mold marks “35 D” along with the “W” and oval in a circle, 10th MTN DIV Decal on right-side with “86” hand-painted on left-side, sweatband clips have started to rust and caused damage to the suspension (see pictures – I removed the sweatband to prevent further damage – I do not have another band to replace the original), leather chin strap buckle unmarked and the leather has broken (I have supplied another chin strap w/o buckle markings), heavy Verdigris on most of the “A” nuts, Nape strap had heavy Verdigris on snaps (I have supplied another Medium Strap), 2 holes for a Rank Device(?) are in the front above the regular grommet hole(see picture), overall it is in GC+
See on Headgear page