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M1 with SC and M1 with HR Liners


Ronnie
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Here are a couple of helmets from my collection. I have had these for many many years.

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CavalryCombatant

Color me jealous, still have to find one or two of those myself.

 

Gorgeous helmets!

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Excellent. Looks like the Hood has a one of the rarer vinyl headbands installed (which seemed to happen at that time).

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15 hours ago, GITom1944 said:

Both are beutimous! Rare types in great shape! You may already have this info, but it looks like the guy who wore the Hood Rubber helmet in WW2 was a P-40 pilot in the Aleutians.  https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/19533585/henry-warfield-yellott

 

Tom

 

15 hours ago, GITom1944 said:

Both are beutimous! Rare types in great shape! You may already have this info, but it looks like the guy who wore the Hood Rubber helmet in WW2 was a P-40 pilot in the Aleutians.  https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/19533585/henry-warfield-yellott

 

Tom

Thank you Tom. That explains the top condition of the helmet. I have owned others that were issued to pilots. Always had little wear. I did not have that info and I am extremely grateful to you for taking the time to provide it.

Ronnie

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