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A. 1 Dog Tag. Named, EC

35.00

B. 1 Dog Tag, Named, GC

28.00

C. 1 Dog Tag, Named, FC

21.00









9500 - 9599 Flyer’s COVERALLS (Flight Suits)










9501 CWU-1/P Men’s Flying Orange COVERALLs




MIL-C-25786A (USAF), 35% Wool – 65% NYLON




B. M/L, dated 1960, patch neatly removed (very minor shadow), minor soiling, EC
see picture on this page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm

missing














9503 USAF Type MD-3A Intermediate Flying COVERALLS




A. M/L, Sage Green NYLON Cold-Weather Flight Suit ("43% Wool Lining - 57% NYLON Face"), Stand-Up Collar, USAF Emblem on Left SSI, MIL-C-25490,

# 8415-634-6594, Contract # AF 33(602) 8509, Pencil Pocket & Eight Front Zippered Pockets, Chest Zipper & a Long Crotch Zipper that goes around to the back-waist (probably for a Long-Range Bomber Crewman (B-36 or B-52), Front Clip Tab (like a B-15D), Small aperture (knit covered) on left waist (for a hose or ?), adjustable Foot Stirrups, not much wear, very minor stains, EC

see pictures on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm

(Approximate: Sleeve length = 35” and Inseam = 31”)




300.00








9508 WWII U.S.N. AL-1 Green Nylon Winter Flying SUIT




A. 38 (modern 40-42) BUAER Coverall, Spec. 55S37 (AER), Contract NO. N-383S-41120 (probably dated 1950), Built-in Suspenders, Pile lined, Mouton Collar, Near-New with Storage Marks

sold








9520 WWII Era AN 6550 Summer Flying SUIT




Dark OG Wool Suit




AJ. "MEDIUM 34", Dated 1944, Twill USAAF Patch on Left SSI,

Senior Pilot's Badge, repaired, GC


125.00








9544 USN Summer RVN Era Lime-Leaf ERDL Flying Suit




MIL-C-5390G (Weps), made of POPLIN ERDL Camo coveralls with Sage Green VELCRO and Brass Zippers
See picture on Flight Gear Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm





B. 42L, 1967, contract F33657-67-C-1509, made by Lite Industries, INC., minor rub marks around pocket/etc. where the white-cord is sewn-in, less that average: abrasions, snags, stains, overall in Excellent Color and Condition, EC


inquire


F. 42R, 1967, contract F33657-67-C-1509, made by Lite Industries, INC., has several snags and cuts (done at the factory), Suit was never worn, NEW

inquire








9546 USN Summer Orange NYLON Flyer’s Suit




MIL-C-5390 style




B. label neatly removed, chest = 42”, sleeve = 35”, inseam = 30”, 1 leg zipper has a a thread across teeth to stop the slide (pocket still fully accesible), pull mission from right cuff slide (still functional), 1”+ abrasion on lower right leg, average stains, abrasions, etc. for it’s age, no beauty-but still wearable, GC

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


sold








9548 USN Summer Flying COVERALL (Indian Orange)




Worn by the USMC/USN Indian Orange Cotton Suit, MIL-C-5390




A. 42L, Contract No. 5167(with VELCRO), MIL-C-5390F(WEP), FC+

40.00

C. 40S, dated 1965, MIL-C-5390G, never washed, needs to be cleaned, EC+

175.00

F. 42R, dated 1964, MIL-C-5309F (WEP), average wear, GC

80.00

H. 36S, dated 1958 (DA-36-243-QM(CTM) 3125), MIL-C-5390D,

Glove snaps on left breast for attaching name tag, Near-New, EC+


165.00








9550 USN Summer Flying COVERALL (Khaki)




Tan Cotton Suit worn by the USMC/USN, MIL-5390





A. 46R, Dated 1958, MIL-C-5390-D(AER), stain on butt and right sleeve, NWSM


150.00

BS. 38L, MIL-S-5390B, Contract N383 S-68154, Woven Black/Gold inside chest label, NWSM

200.00


CS. Medium (white neck label faded), RVN Era with VELCRO on the waist,

repaired, stained, overall in GC



75.00


ES. 44L, MIL-S-5390B, Contract N383-41107A, Woven Black/Gold neck label, New

200.00


F. 46R, Dated 1965-66, MIL-C-5390G (WEPS), cut-edge USAF Military Airlift Command patch on right-breast, medium size #5 zipper, other from the patch it is New

-10-


inquire

I. 40L, Dated 1966, MIL-C-5390G (WEPS), VERY MINOR STAINS, VERY LITTLE WEAR, EC

175.00


J. 38L, no date (Contract N383 S-68154), Woven Black/Gold neck label, large #7 zipper, MIL-S-5390B, still has the Cutter's Tag, old style with buttons (NO VELCRO), NWSM

-10-


inquire

P. 38R, Dated 1966, Worn Once(?), EC+


175.00

R. 36R, Dated 1966, Black Leather Name Tag with: Aircrewman's Wing,

Name, "S3A", and "USN", Small repairs and minor stains on the bottom of the legs, EC


85.00


T. 40L, Dated pre-1960 (due to Contract Number),

Woven Black/Silver Neck Label, MIL-C-5390E(AER), New

200.00







( See a 5390G OG-107 in #9558G, uncommon 5390 )



















9551 USAF Sage Green L-1B FLYING SUIT (Light)




Issued in the 1950's, material appears to be made of Wool






A. M/R, no date (Order No. AF 33 (602)-3952), USAF Insignia barely visible on left SSI, white USAF Stamp below label, some fraying/wear on lower-legs,

Below Average: wear, tear, scuffs, stains, etc., Overall in GC

85.00








9552 USAF Blue Type K-2A Very Light Flying Suit (NYLON)




SPEC MIL-S-6265, Drawing NO. 5183562-11






C. Large/Long, not dated, Stock NO. 8310-785990-457, Order NO. AF-19500, by L.W. Foster Sportswear Company, Incorporated, U. S. Property, has a cloth laundry tag sewn in neck, suit was manufactured in a “Cheap-Charlie” “screw-the-Tax-Payer” atmosphere = many seams were not tucked-under enough and have started to pull-out and fray, does not affect the suit’s wearability but looks sloppy (this is common when the owners were greedy and the Government Inspectors were probably being paid-off), Below Average: Wear, stains, snags, and etc., only thing that does not work is the right-side waist adjustment snaps (I see no damage but the female glove snap will not function correctly?), Excellent Color, Used
See on Flight gear page

-8-

inquire













9553 Overdyed Black K-2B Flying COVERALL




Many USAF & Army Aviation units overdyed the Sage Green K-2B Flight Suits for Night Operations or Party Suits.
Most labels cannot be read due to the overdying process
I will measure the chest and inseam so you will know the exact size




B. approximate size S/R (you cannot read the label as it was overdyed Black), I don’t think the suit was ever worn, came from a 433rd TFS “Night Fighter Sewer Doer” Grouping, Used in As-New or Near-New Condition



sold


C. chest = 39, inseam = 29, minor wear, DET-2, 602nd ACS Pilot’s Black K-2B, minor wear, EC+
(same Veteran as 9553C suit)
http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf_sos_acs___special_activities_units_20th___up.htm#602nd_sos_1


-10-

inquire


D. chest = 39+, inseam = 29, minor wear, DET-2, 602nd ACS Pilot’s Black K-2B, minor wear, EC+
(same Veteran as 9553C suit)


-10-

inquire


F. chest 46, inseam = 27, came with a Thai made 16th SOS “Patience my Ass…” patch, EC+
See on 16th SOS patch page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf_sos_acs___special_activities_units_1st___19th.htm#16th_sos

sold














9554 Sage Green K-2B Flying COVERALL




Worn by the USAF and the U. S. Army in Vietnam, (K-2Bs were sometimes used as a "Party" Suit after it was over-dyed (usually Black)

More K-2Bs in stock that are not logged, inquire







AS. S/R, dated 4 April, 1966 (MIL-C-6265E), small stains, EC


100.00

E. S/L, dated 1968, FC


sold

F. M/L, dated 1969 (MIL-C-6265E), LTC SEWN-ON LEAFS,

3 CIVIL AIR PATROL PATCHES (1 NICE GOOFY PATCH), EC



200.00


G. L/R, Dated 14 Sept. 1961, Silver & Black Woven Label, (MIL-S-62650 & Amend. 2), (good zippers and label), PC

sold


H. L/R, dated 1958, MIL S-6265C (Gold on Black woven label), New

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


150.00

IS. S/S, dated 1-14-1963, (MIL-S-6265D & AMD 2), Captain’s Rank pinned to shoulders, minor stains, GC+

125.00


P. M/R, DATED 1965, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), Color Patches: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, GC+ - EC

150.00


Q. M/R, DATED 1966, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), Color Patches: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, GC+ - EC

150.00


R. M/R, (NECKTAG MISSING), Color Patches: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, GC+ - EC

sold


S. M/R, DATED 1964, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), Color Patches: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders,

TINY REPAIR & ONE LEG CUFF IS FRAYING, GC+





sold

T. M/R, DATED 1966, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), COLOR PATCHES: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders,

SMALL REPAIR ON LOWER LEG, GC+ - EC




125.00

U. M/R, DATED 1966, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), COLOR PATCHES: "904 AREFS", "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, GC+ - EC

150.00


V. M/R, DATED 1965, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), COLOR PATCHES: "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, RIGHT BREAST PATCHES NEATLY REMOVED & TINY REPAIR, GC+


100.00

W. M/R, DATED 1964, (MIL-C-6265E (USAF)), COLOR PATCHES: "SAUNDERS TROPHY 1965 922d AIR REFUELING SQUADRON (H)", NAVIGATOR'S WING, BLACK ON WHITE NAME TAPE, & CAPTAIN'S RANK sewn-on shoulders, right breast patch neatly removed, GC+ - EC

125.00


AC. S/R, NO DATE, MIL-S-6265C, GOLD ON BLACK WOVEN NECKTAG, USAF STENCIL ON LEFT SLEEVE, FRONT CLIP TAB (LIKE A B-15), NAME TAPE NEATLY REMOVED, EC


150.00


AN. M/R, Dated 1959, (MIL-S-6265C (USAF)), (Yellow-on-Black Woven Label)

Average Amount of: Wear, Stains, Snags, etc., GC



75.00


AT. M/S (chest = 44”, sleeve = 33”, inseam =27 ½”+), No Date (4th Model with the Gold/Black Woven Neck Label), (MIL-S-6265C), the USAF Insignia has been covered with Sage Green cloth (cover was sewn with the coarse type thread used in the Rigger’s Loft), Insignia is in 100% Condition, Near-New

( The only reason I can think of for covering the USAF Insignia is that

this suit was to be worn on Recon Flights(?) )

see on Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm#9553b___overdyed_k_2b_night_flying_suit




sold



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