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I'm not very good at identifying equipment. These are to a special forces soldier.

Thanks for the help.

 

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#1-lowering line

#2-signal mirror


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Thanks for the help. I can't read a date on the back bc it's been used a bit and the back is scratched up.

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How big is it opened up?Some type of cargo net for gear?


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Actually the top photo is a static line snap hook and static line for a T10 parachute I believe, not a lowering line.

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Looks like a static line to me as well.

 

The OD lines look like part of the jungle hamock


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parachute static line

signalling mirror

WWII carbine pouch for the 15-round magazines and pistol belt

mesh sleeping hammock (private purchase/not issue most likely)

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I have an identical signaling mirror. I got it from a good buddy of mine. Ill put up some pics of it when i get a chance.


Interested in Signal Corps Photographer Items (Uniforms, Equipment, Paperwork, Insignia)



In search of: PH-330A or A-4 35mm "Eyemo" camera



Reenactor - 165th Signal Photographic Company and 104th Infantry Division

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