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The SRU-22/P contained various sized pieces of white nylon material that were used for ground to air signaling.

 

 

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I have never seen anything on them in any literature I have run across. They are about 6 1/2" by 7 1/2" by 3/4" thick, so they could have been placed in any seat kit or even an inner vest pocket. I have seen them made by 2 different manufacturers, one with a '69 contract that were produced in late '68 and a '70 contract date. The '69 contract by ACR is an Air Force contract, F33657-69-C-0292, while the "70 contract by Aquador Plastics is DSA-100-70-C-1240. I am not exactly sure what the DSA contract means, but is it possible the Army, or another branch used them as well? Maybe someone can add more light to the topic!

 

 

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