FSG 84 Clothing, Individual Equipment, Insignia, and Jewelry

Clothing, Individual Equipment, Insignia, and Jewelry

Note-Where applicable, clothing items which are intended for use by both men and women are classified in the appropriate "men's" class.

Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 84
CAP,BATHER'S

A tight-fitting cap usually made of rubber or rubberized material. It is designed to keep the wearer's hair dry while swimming, bathing, or the like.

CAP,FOOD HANDLER'S

A cap designed to provide added protection and/or sanitation for personnel employed as cooks and bakers, or engaged in similar occupations. It is usually worn with other food handler's clothing.

HAT,SUN

A hat usually made of lightweight cotton twill cloth, designed to protect the wearer from the sun in tropical areas. It may have a different color on the obverse and reverse sides for identification purposes.

CAP,BASEBALL

A cap usually made of cloth, with a visor, designed to be worn by baseball players.

HELMET,FLYER'S

A head covering consisting of an outer shell and a lining designed to provide warmth for flying personnel. It may be ballastic and/or crash protective and may be equipped with an electrical headset and microphone. It may provide chemical defense and nuclear weapon flash protection.

HAT AND INSECT NET

A hat furnished with a tubular insect net that is usually suspended from around the base of the hat crown to a length suitable to protect the face and neck of the wearer from insect bites. Excludes HAT AND INSECT NET, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN; INSECT NET, HAT and INSECT NET, HEAD.

HELMET,SUN

A rigid item of headwear having an adjustable headband. It is designed to protect the wearer from the sun in tropical areas.

HOOD,COLD WEATHER

A covering for the head, neck, and a portion of the face, designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Farenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

BATHING SUIT,WOMAN'S

A garment worn by females past the age of physical maturity for swimming or sun-bathing. It may be a one-piece or two-piece design and it may include a skirt.

DRESS,WOMAN'S

A dress designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

SKIRT,WOMAN'S

A separate outer garment, for females past the age of physical maturity, covering the body from the waistline down.

SLACKS,WOMEN'S

A trouser like outer garment designed for females past the age of physical maturity.Excludes SLACKS, UTILITY.

SHIRT,WOMAN'S

A shirt designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHIRT, UTILITY.

STRAP,CHIN

A single length of strap with buckle or other hardware to provide for fastening and adjusting, or two straight lengths attached to slide keepers to permit one to travel along the other for the purpose of adjusting length, and having eyelets or hardware on either end for attaching to headgear.

APRON,FOOD HANDLER'S

A lightweight apron designed to provide protection and insure sanitation of personnel, such as food inspectors, meat inspectors, cooks, bakers, or the like, who are required to handle food. Excludes APRON, FOOD SERVER'S, general household aprons, and similar light duty aprons.

HELMET,FIREMAN'S

An item of headwear molded from heat-resistant, nonflammable material specifically designed to protect a fireman's head and the back of his neck from flying sparks, water, and falling objects.

TROUSERS,FIREMEN'S

Trousers of treated and/or coated material. It may be lined and/or have a removable liner. It is designed to protect personnel from water and flame and may be designed to afford maximum protection to personnel working in close proximity to high temperature fires. Excludes COVER, FIREMEN'S TROUSERS, HEAT PROTECTIVE.

SHIRT,SOFTBALL

A shirt designed to be worn by softball players exclusively with softball pants. Excludes SHIRT, BASEBALL.

JUMPER,MAN'S

A slipover, shirtlike garment worn by males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes JUMPER, UTILITY.

SLEEVE,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

An item of heavy material, padded, which extends from the shoulder to the wrist. It is designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

SLEEVE,WELDER'S

A heavy covering for the arm or arm and shoulder, worn for protection against sparks and welding splatter.

COAT,WOMAN'S

A coat for females past the age of physical maturity.

OVERCOAT,WOMAN'S

An overcoat for females past the age of physical maturity.

PANTS,BASEBALL

Pants of durable material designed to be worn by baseball players.

PANTS,FOOTBALL

Pants of durable material designed to be worn by football players.

SWEAT PANTS

A loose-fitting outer garment extending from the waist to the ankles, usually made of fleeced or other absorbent material. It is normally used to warm up for and/or to retard cooling off after participating in exercise or athletic events.

TRUNKS,BASKETBALL

Trunks specifically designed to be worn by basketball players. Excludes TRUNKS, UTILITY.

TRUNKS,BOXERS'

Trunks specifically designed to be worn by personnel engaged in boxing and the like. Excludes TRUNKS, UTILITY.

TRUNKS,UTILITY

Multipurpose trunks worn by personnel engaged in athletic type activities, physical training, or the like. Excludes items designed for specific sports.

TRUNKS,SWIMMERS'

Trunks specifically designed to be worn by personnel engaged in swimming or the like. Excludes TRUNKS, UTILITY.

TRUNKS,TRACK

Trunks specifically designed to be worn by personnel engaged in track events, such as running, hurdling, or the like. Excludes TRUNKS, UTILITY.

SHIRT,MAN'S

A shirt designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHIRT, UTILITY.

JERSEY,BASKETBALL

A jersey specifically designed to be worn by basketball players. Excludes JERSEY, FOOTBALL; JERSEY, TRACK and JERSEY, SOCCER.

JERSEY,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S

A jersey made in a variety of colors worn by personnel on a flight deck and indicates, by its color, the specific duties performed by the wearer.

JERSEY,FOOTBALL

A jersey specifically designed to be worn by football players. Excludes JERSEY, BASKETBALL; JERSEY, TRACK; JERSEY, SOCCER and JERSEY, RUGBY.

JERSEY,TRACK

A jersey specifically designed to be worn by personnel engaged in track events, such as running, hurdling or the like. Excludes JERSEY, FOOTBALL; JERSEY, BASKETBALL and JERSEY, SOCCER.

SWEAT SHIRT

A loose-fitting, sleeved, outer garment, extending from the neck to approximately the waist, usually made of fleeced or other absorbent material. It is normally used for warm up and/or to retard cooling off after particpating in exercise and athletic events.

COAT,MAN'S

A coat for males past the age of physical maturity.

JACKET,MAN'S

A jacket for males past the age of physical maturity.

OVERCOAT,MAN'S

An overcoat for males past the age of physical maturity.

TROUSERS,MEN'S

Trousers designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes TROUSERS, COMBAT; TROUSERS, CONVALESCENT PATIENTS'; TROUSERS, DISPOSABLE; TROUSERS, FOOD HANDLERS'; TROUSERS, OPERATING, SURGICAL and TROUSERS, UTILITY.

SUIT,MAN'S

A two-piece garment generally consisting of coat and trousers, usually the same material and color, designed for males past the age of physical maturity. In the military, it may be a used uniform without insignia buttons, issued to personnel dishonorably discharged.

JERSEY,REVERSIBLE

A jersey, worn in athletics, with different colors on each side.

JACKET,WET WEATHER

A jacket designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain, sea spray and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

LINER,EXTREME COLD WEATHER PARKA

A removable garment designed to be worn under an extreme cold weather parka to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It may have a hood and has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

TROUSERS,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

Trousers designed to be worn over environmental clothing to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. They may or may not be impregnated.

MASK,ANTIFLASH

A face shield supported on the head by an adjustable headband. It is designed to protect the eyes, ears, face, and neck of gun crew members from elevated air temperatures and flash resulting from the use of high-explosive weapons.

MASK,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A face covering with or without lining worn for protection against extreme cold weather. It is made from a flexible material molded to the contour of the face. It protects the entire face, including the forehead, and may have an additional tab to cover the front of the neck. it is designed for protection in mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 20 degrees Celsius).

JACKET,WOMAN'S

A jacket for females past the age of physical maturity.

PAD,HIP,FOOTBALL

A cushioning attached over the hips of football players to protect the hips and lower back from impact.

HELMET,FOOTBALL

A rigid, molded item of headwear, consisting of an outer shell with a cushioned liner, worn by football players to prevent head injuries.

PAD,KNEE,FOOTBALL

A cushioning worn over the knees of football players to provide protection to the knees from impact.

APRON,BLACKSMITH'S

A heavy duty apron designed to protect the wearer from sparks and abrasions incident to his trade.

APRON,CONSTRUCTION WORKER'S

An apron of heavy cloth, leather, or other suitable material having pockets to hold items, such as hand tools, nails, and the like. It is used by carpenters and mechanics. Excludes APRON (1), MACHINIST'S.

APRON,LABORATORY

A light duty apron designed to provide workers with protection from chemical reagents normally used in hospital laboratories, dispensaries, and the like.

APRON,MACHINIST'S

An apron of heavy cloth designed to provide a moderate degree of protection to the clothing of personnel working with machinery. It may have pocket(s).

APRON,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

An apron designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

APRON,WELDER'S

An apron of leather, asbestos, or treated cloth designed to protect the wearer from welding splatter.

JACKET,CHEMICAL AND OIL PROTECTIVE

A jacket usually made of rubber or rubberized fabric, worn for protection against water, gasoline, oil, alkali, acid, and the like.

JACKET,WELDER'S

A jacket usually made of leather or other similar material, worn for protection against sparks and welding splatter.

PARKA,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A parka designed to be worn over environmental clothing to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. It may or may not be impregnated.

COAT,FIREMAN'S

A coat of treated and/or coated material. It may be lined and/or have a removable liner. It is designed to protect the wearer from water and flame and may be designed to afford maximum protection to personnel working in the proximity of high temperature fires. Excludes COVER, FIREMAN'S COAT, HEAT PROTECTIVE.

OVERALLS,MEN'S

A trouser like outer garment having a bib and shoulder straps. It may be lined or designed to accommodate a removable liner. Do not use if a more specific item name is applicable. Excludes OVERALLS, WET WEATHER and OVERALLS, COLD WEATHER.

JACKET,FLIGHT LINE CREWMAN'S

A jacket made in a variety of colors worn by personnel on a flight line and indicates, by its color, the specific duties performed by the wearer.

JACKET,PARARESCUE

A loose-fitting jacket designed to be worn over other outer clothing. It is heavily padded and has a collar to protect the upper portion of the body including the head and neck. It is specifically designed to be worn by personnel specially trained in parachute rescue operations.

TROUSERS,PARARESCUE

Loose-fitting trousers designed to be worn over other outer clothing. They are heavily padded to protect personnel specially trained in parachute rescue operations.

FRAME,SPECTACLE

COVERALLS,MEN'S

Coveralls designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes COVERALLS, UTILITY, NUCLEAR SUBMARINE.

COVERALLS,SAFETY,INDUSTRIAL

A coverall of general design worn to protect wearer from grime, industrial hazards and accidents.

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING SET,CHEMICAL AGENTS

COVER,HELMET,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

An item usually made of medium to heavy cloth and worn over a helmet. It is designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

SLEEVE,CAPE AND BIB,WELDER'S

A two-piece covering worn for protection against sparks and welding splatter. The cape (upper portion) protects the wearer's arms, shoulders, and upper parts of the chest and back. The bib (lower portion) is removable and protects the lower parts of the chest and abdomen.

COAT,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A coat designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

JACKET,ATHLETE'S,WARM UP

A jacket of fleeced or other similar material, having a close-fitting neckband. It is normally used to warm up for, and to retard cooling off after, participating in exercise or athletic events.

COVER,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE GAS MASK HOOD,COOLING

An item of headwear specifically designed to be worn over a toxicological agents protective gas mask hood. When saturated with water, evaporation provides cooling to prevent the wearer from becoming overheated.

LINER,FLYERS' TROUSERS

A garment, usually insulated, designed to be worn under flyers' trousers to provide additional warmth.

COAT,SHOOTER'S

A coat specifically designed for use by members of rifle teams or other personnel using a firing range.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A quanity of various items of wearing apparel which have been impregnated to provide protection to the wearer against chemical vesicant agents. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT, CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE.

HELMET,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S

A head covering, which indicates, by its color, the specific duties performed by the wearer. It may have impact protective features and may be designed to accommodate a headset for communication capabilities and/or a sound aural protector.

DRAWERS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

An undergarment, usually ankle length, primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celius). Excludes DRAWERS, MEN'S; DRAWERS, COLD WEATHER; DRAWERS, WOMEN'S and DRAWERS, MOISTURE WICKING.

HOOD,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A waterproof and windproof head and neck covering designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It may have retractable nose and face protection flaps, or a fur ruff.

JACKET,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A jacket designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It usually is furnished with a removable lining.

JACKET,COLD WEATHER

A jacket designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

TROUSERS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Trousers primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). They are usually furnished with a removable liner.

TROUSERS,COLD WEATHER

Trousers primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

UNDERSHIRT,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

An undergarment, usually long-sleeved, primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). Excludes UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S; UNDERSHIRT, COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, MOISTURE WICKING and UNDERSHIRT, WOMAN'S.

COVERALLS,ROCKET FUEL HANDLERS'

Coveralls designed to provide protection against acids and corrosive rocket fuels. It may be designed to completely enclose the wearer for full protection or be designed with openings and ties in the back for use as limited protection. Excludes COVERALLS, EXPLOSIVES HANDLERS' and COVERALLS, COOLING.

COVERALLS,COOLING

Coveralls constructed of highly absorbent material designed to be worn over rocket fuel handlers' and toxicological agent protective coveralls, or the like, as a supplementary component. When saturated with water, evaporation provides cooling to prevent the wearer from becoming overheated. Excludes COVERALLS, ARC PREVENTIVE and COVERALLS, ROCKET FUEL HANDLERS'.

HOOD,ROCKET FUEL HANDLER'S

A covering of impermeable material for the head, face and shoulders to provide protection against acids and corrosive rocket fuels. It may be designed to be worn over a gas mask and completely enclose the wearer for full protection.

COVER,ROCKET FUEL HANDLER'S HOOD,COOLING

An article of headwear specifically designed to be worn over HOOD, ROCKET FUEL HANDLER'S. When saturated with water, evaporation provides cooling to prevent the wearer from becoming overheated.

HOOD,FIREMAN'S

A flexible outer shell of insulated flameproof material supported by a rigid frame and helmet. It is equipped with removable facepiece(s) and is designed to afford protection to the head and neck of personnel working in proximity to high temperature fires.

GLOVES,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

Gloves designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

SUIT,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE COVERALLS,COOLING

A two-piece garment designed for wear over toxicological agents protective coveralls as a supplementary component to provide cooling properties for personnel.

COVERALLS,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls, made of coated cloth or other suitable material, designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

HOOD,GAS MASK,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

An article of apparel designed for wear over a gas mask to provide protection to personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

HOOD,ANTIFLASH

A garment designed to fit over the head to protect the head, neck, and shoulders of gun crew members from the elevated air temperatures and flash resulting from the use of high-explosive weapons.

LENS,FIREMAN'S HOOD

INSECT NET,HEAD

A device designed to be worn over the bare head or over a helmet to protect the face and neck from insects. It is equipped with grommets to hold the netting away from the face and neck. Excludes HAT AND INSECT NET and INSECT NET, HAT.

GLOVES,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

Gloves specially designed and treated to provide protection to the hands and wrists from vesicant gases. For untreated gloves, see GLOVES (1), PERMEABLE. Excludes GLOVES (1), CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE.

COAT,ELECTRICAL WORKER'S

A coat of nonporous, rubberized fabric with electrostatic charge resistance, worn for protection of personnel working with electricity.

HOOD,SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE

A head covering specifically designed for wear with COVERALLS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE in cold and wet areas. Excludes HOOD, COLD WEATHER; HOOD, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; and HOOD, RAIN.

REPAIR KIT,SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE CLOTHING

Consists of a group of repair items such as nylon coated cloth and chloroprene latex patch material with application accessories for the repair of submarine deck exposure clothing, such as coveralls, hoods and the like.

WAISTBAND,BACK AND ABDOMINAL SHIELD

A belt worn by rescue and recovery parachutists, motorcyclists, and other personnel to protect the pelvic and kidney region against cold and injuries. It may include a removable lining.

VISOR,FLYER'S HELMET

A plastic eyeshield, preformed to conform to the shape of the outer shell of a helmet. It has a guide with guide spring attached to each side and an opening in the center of the top edge for attaching to the visor lock. When open, it extends from the rim of the helmet to a position just below the eyes.

COVERALLS,EXPLOSIVES HANDLERS'

Coveralls designed to provide protection for personnel exposed to various types of explosive powders, such as smokeless, tracer, incendiary, pyrotechnic igniter, tracer ignited mixtures, fuze, and metal powders. Excludes COVERALLS, ROCKET FUEL HANDLERS'.

HELMET,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S

A head covering which may be ballistic and/or crash protective. It may have integrally mounted communications equipment.

GLOVES,HIGH ALTITUDE

Gloves containing an inflatable rubber bladder which provides counterpressure to hands during high altitude flights.

BAND,HELMET,CAMOUFLAGE

An elastic strip worn around the outside of the helmet to hold twigs, leaves, and similar camouflage material in place.

CAP,KNIT

A cap of knitted construction, usually possessing elasticity which permits a snug fit to the head.

FACEPIECE,FIREMAN'S HOOD

A rectangular piece of transparent material with a transparent metallic-coated finish on one side. It may be rigid and curved in the form of a semicircle or flexible and flat. It is designed to be inserted in the facial area of the hood to provide protection from glare and heat.

PAD,HAND PROTECTOR

An item constructed of flexible material designed to protect the hand against friction burns when unreeling wire or cable. It has a rivet thumb and finger straps for attachment to the hand.

COAT,DOG ATTACK,TRAINER'S

A coat made of heavy material, padded, and designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs. It has cuffs and may also have a protective collar.

TROUSERS,DOG ATTACK,TRAINER'S

Trousers of heavy material, padded, designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

CUFF,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

An item of heavy material, padded, which covers the arm from wrist to elbow. It is designed to be worn over the sleeve of the dog attack trainer's coat to provide additional protection to training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

HELMET,CRASH

A headgear, consisting of a molded outer shell with a cushioned liner, designed to prevent head injuries to personnel, in case of accident while engaged in motorcycling, car racing, bobsledding, skiing, riding motor scooters, and similar type activities.

GLOVES,ROCKET FUEL HANDLERS'

Gloves designed to furnish protection against acids and corrosive fuels. It is a component of the rocket fuel handlers' ensemble.

DRESS,FOOD HANDLER'S

A dress designed to provide protection and/or sanitation for female personnel working in kitchens, bakeries, and the like.

TROUSERS,FOOD HANDLERS'

Trousers designed to provide added protection and/or sanitation for personnel engaged in such occupations as food inspectors, meat inspectors, butchers, cooks, bakers, or the like.

COAT,FOOD HANDLER'S

A coat designed to provide added protection and/or sanitation for personnel engaged in such occupations as food inspectors, meat inspectors, butchers, cooks or bakers or the like. It is usually worn with food handler's trousers. Excludes SMOCK (as modified).

APRON,MEAT CUTTER'S

An apron designed to protect personnel engaged in meat cutting and similar occupations from accidental knife wounds.

TROUSERS,FLIGHT STEWARDS'

Trousers designed for use by personnel whose duties are to render services contributing to the comfort and well-being of passengers in transit on military aircraft.

SHIRT,HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PROTECTIVE

A shirt designed from materials which combine rapid drying characteristics with a high resistance to combustion and degradation from contact with concentrated hydrogen peroxide. It is designed to be worn for the protection of personnel handling hydrogen peroxide.

PAD,HELMET CHIN STRAP

A pad of cushioning material designed to be centered on the chin strap to protect from friction between the strap and the chin.

PAD,HELMET NAPE STRAP

A pad of cushioning material designed to be centered on the nape strap to protect from friction between the back of the helmet and the neck.

CASE,FLYER'S HELMET AND OXYGEN MASK

A specifically designed case intended to be used to carry a flyer's protective helmet and oxygen mask.

EAR PAD INSERT,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A soft disk to be inserted in a helmet ear pad(s) to adjust pressure and to reduce outside noises. Excludes CUSHION, EARPHONE.

CAP,MAINTENANCE WORKER'S

A cap of lightweight, rigid material usually supported by a headband preventing direct contact with the head for comfort and ventilation. It is designed to provide protection to the head from minor bumps and/or falling objects.

HOOD,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A covering for the head and shoulders designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination.

COVERALLS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination, such as accumulates around atomic reactor power plants. Excludes COVERALLS, MICROWAVE RADIATION PROTECTIVE.

COVERALLS,CATAPULT CREWMEN'S

Coveralls having cushioned pads on knees and elbows, designed for personnel assigned to duties such as attaching slings and other rigging for launching airplanes from a flight deck.

SHIRT,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A shirt designed to be worn over environmental clothing to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. It may or may not be impregnated.

DRAWERS,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A man's ankle-length undergarment specifically designed for impregnation to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. They may or may not be impregnated. Excludes DRAWERS, MEN'S; and DRAWERS, WOMEN'S.

UNDERSHIRT,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A long-sleeved undergarment specifically designed for impregnation to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. It may or may not be impregnated. Excludes UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S.

PARKA,WET WEATHER

A parka designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain or sea spray, and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

OVERALLS,WET WEATHER

A trouser like garment of double texture fabric having a bib and shoulder straps. It is specifically designed to be worn with a PARKA, WET WEATHER and normally worn over TROUSERS as a protection against driving rain or sea spray; may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives. Excludes OVERALLS, MEN's.

PARKA,SNOW CAMOUFLAGE

A parka designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against a white background.

LINER,FLYER'S JACKET

A garment, usually insulated, designed to be worn under a flyer's jacket to provide additional warmth. It may have means for attaching it to the outer garment.

VEST,SURVIVAL

A halterlike garment with adjustable harness arranged over the shoulders, designed to be worn by aircraft personnel. It contains pockets of various design and size to accommodate survival equipment.

SUIT,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A two-piece garment designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination, such as accumulates around atomic reactor power plants.

MAINTENANCE KIT,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

A maintenance kit consisting of such items as fabric patches, adhesive, abrasive cloth, wiping papers, and instructions necessary to maintain toxicological agents protective clothing.

HOOD,FLYER'S

An item designed for use by flight personnel to cover the head, neck, and upper portion of the body to armpit level. The head section is lined and has a storm flap with a fur ruff. The body section is of unlined fabric.

LINER,FOOD INSPECTOR'S SMOCK

A removable garment designed to be worn under a food inspector's smock to provide additional warmth for personnel engaged in activities, such as food inspectors and meat cutters. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment and may have a hood.

HELMET,PARACHUTISTS'

A head covering of metal or other suitable material. It may be snug-fitting and cushioned with facilities for attaching an oxygen mask and/or audio equipment, or it may be designed for wear over a liner to protect the head from flying projectiles. Excludes HELMET, GROUND TROOPS' and HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

SOCKS,ATHLETES'

Items of footwear, which cover the feet and the legs part way to the knees, designed specifically for athletic and sports wear.

INSECT NET,HAT

A tubular item of sheer material, hemmed around the top and bottom. It is designed to be fastened around the brim of a hat and fall over the face and neck of the wearer as a protection against insect bites.

FACEPIECE SUPPORT,FIREMAN'S HOOD

A rectangular piece of rigid, transparent material which is curved in the form of a semicircle. It is designed to be inserted in the facial area of the hood to backup the facepiece and furnish added protection.

FOOT SACK,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A baglike item which may be insulated and may be used as a sleeping bag designed to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit. It is a component of vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

MITTENS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

Mittens that may be insulated designed to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). They are a component of vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

OVERCOAT,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A loose-fitting overcoat which may be insulated and have a hood and means for adjustment to form a short coat or form separate leg coverings to be worn for protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It is a component of the vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

TROUSERS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A pair of loose-fitting trousers, which may be insulated and designed to be worn over heavy outer clothing to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). They are a component of vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

PARKA,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A parka designed to be worn over other outer clothing at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

PARKA,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A lightweight protective parka designed to be worn over an extreme cold weather survival overcoat to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It is a component of the vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

HOOD,CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL MASK

A covering for the head, neck, and shoulders, designed to fit over a chemical-biological mask without interference with wearer's vision or with air circulation through the filtering and outlet mechanism of the mask. It provides additional protection against chemical and biological toxic agents.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel which, when suitably impregnated, are designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT, VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

SOCKS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Items of footwear which cover the feet and legs part way to the knees and are designed to provide protection against the harmful effects of chemical agents. Excludes SOCKS, VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

LINER,TROUSERS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A specially designed garment which, when suitably treated, provides protection against the harmful effects of chemical agents. It is worn under trousers and usually has a means for attachment to the outer garment.

VISOR LOCK,HELMET

A knob having a screw or spring type stem which is inserted through a slot or channel in the center front of a helmet where it is attached to and controls the movement of the visor from a position inside the helmet to a position covering the eyes. It is locked in position by turning the screw or by releasing pressure on the spring as applicable.

COVER,FIREMEN'S TROUSERS,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A loose-fitting outer garment made of flame and heat resistant material. It is designed to be worn over firemen's bunking trousers to provide added protection for personnel working in proximity to high temperature fires. Excludes TROUSERS, FIREMEN'S.

COVER,FIREMAN'S COAT,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A loose-fitting outer garment made of flame and heat resistant material. It is designed to be worn over the conventional fireman's coat to provide added protection for personnel working in proximity to high temperature fires. Excludes COAT (1), FIREMAN'S.

COVERALLS,FIREMEN'S

Loose-fitting coveralls made of fire and heat resistant materials. They may have integral gloves, hood, and shoes. They are designed to protect the wearer from water and flame and may be designed to afford maximum protection to personnel working in close proximity to high temperature fires. Excludes COVERALLS, COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S.

COVER,FIREMAN'S HOOD FRAME

A hood-shaped cover of insulated, flameproof material designed for, but not furnished with the facepiece support or facepieces. It is a replacement for the outer shell of a fireman's hood, used when the wearer is working in proximity to high temperature fires.

COVERALLS,MICROWAVE RADIATION PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed to afford protection against biological hazards or microwave radiation. Excludes COVERALLS, RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE and COVERALLS, SOUND WAVE PROTECTION.

LINING,HELMET,SHOCK ABSORBING

An item of foamed plastic molded to conform to the contour of the inside of a helmet shell. It is designed to be permanently installed in the helmet to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

CAP,CLEAN ROOM

A cap specifically designed to completely cover the hair and prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

HOOD,CLEAN ROOM

A covering for the head, neck, and most of the face, designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

COVERALLS,CLEAN ROOM

Coveralls designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

PAD SET,FITTING,FLYER'S HELMET

A set of resilient pads designed to be inserted in a flyer's helmet to adjust the size. The outer pads usually have a cloth covering, and all have pressure-sensitive adhesive backing. Sets are designed for the back, the front, and the top of a flyer's helmet.

HOUSING,FLYER'S HELMET VISOR

A preformed item molded to conform to the shape of the front of a flyer's helmet. It is attached to the helmet to provide a protective cover for the adjustable visor. It may have a vertical slot through the center front to permit the attachment of the visor lock to the visor and provide for raising or lowering the visor or two vertical slots to permit the access to the helmet visor lock. It may include a support for mounting night vision goggles.

SLEEVES,ELECTRICAL WORKERS'

A pair of seamless rubber coverings extending from over the shoulder to the wrist. They are designed to provide protection to personnel working with electricity.

COVERALLS,HEAT-RESISTANT,AIR FED

An insulated coverall completely covering the body from the neck down. It has integral shoe covers and gloves, and includes a removable matching hood. It is equipped with means for circulating air throughout the coveralls and hood to afford maximum protection to the wearer from both radiant heat and from the other forms of intense heat. It may include a safety belt and carrying case.

COVERALLS,JET ENGINE MAINTENANCE

A coverall specifically designed to be worn by personnel who must climb inside a jet engine intake to clean it. The garment fits snugly around the wrists and ankles, and is without pockets to minimize the chance of any foreign object falling inside the intake resulting in damage to the mechanism.

FRAME,HOOD

An item designed to hold a hood in position on the head and away from the face. It may consist of an adjustable headband with cross-band from side to side, mounted in a rigid support or may consist of a helmet mounted in such a manner as to permit tilting of the head covering.

PANTS,SKI

Close-fitting pants, usually made of stretch type fabric, designed to be worn by skiers for warmth and ease of movement.

JACKET,AIR TO GROUND IDENTIFICATION

A jacket designed to be worn over other outer clothing by ground personnel to indicate, by its color, any predetermined recognition between air and ground.

TROUSERS,WET WEATHER

Trousers designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain, or sea spray, and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,CHIN

An assembly consisting of a chin strap and attaching chapes or with suspension device and the necessary hardware to join and adjust the length and to attach the chin strap to a head covering such as a helmet, helmet liner and the like. It may have a fixed or movable pad under the chin.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,NAPE

An assembly consisting of two strap sections and a lacing cord used to join the sections at the center and adjust the size. It is designed to be used with a cushioned pad.

HAT,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A hat usually made of cloth, designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

CAP,DISPOSABLE

A cap designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss.

TROUSERS,DISPOSABLE

Trousers designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss.

SHIRT,DISPOSABLE

A shirt designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss.

GLOVES,FLYERS'

Gloves specifically designed for use by flying personnel to provide adequate warmth in any of several temperate zones.

GLOVE SHELLS,FLYERS'

Glove shells specifically designed to be worn over flyers' glove inserts to provide adequate warmth for flying personnel in any one of several temperate zones.

GLOVE INSERTS,FLYERS'

Glove inserts specifically designed to be worn under flyers' glove shells or mitten shells to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperate zones.

TROUSERS,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

Trousers designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

TROUSERS,SNOW CAMOUFLAGE

Trousers designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against a white background.

COAT,COLD WEATHER

A coat primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

COAT,HOT WEATHER

A coat designed to be worn at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

JACKET,FLYER'S

A jacket intended for use by flying personnel and designed to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperature zones. It may be provided with oxygen hose clip tabs, communication wire tabs and/or special purpose pockets. Excludes JACKET (1), MAN'S and JACKET (1), PARARESCUE.

LINER,COLD WEATHER COAT

A garment designed to be worn under a cold weather coat to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius). It may have means for attaching it to the outer garment.

HAT AND INSECT NET,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A hat designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background, furnished with a tubular insect net that is usually suspended from around the base of the hat crown to a length suitable to protect the face and neck of the wearer from insect bites. Excludes HAT AND INSECT NET; INSECT NET, HEAD; and INSECT NET, HAT.

SMOCK,UTILITY

A multipurpose smock designed for use by food handlers, laboratory personnel, clerks and the like. Excludes COAT (1),FOOD HANDLER'S; and SMOCK (1), FOOD INSPECTOR'S.

SMOCK,FOOD INSPECTOR'S

A smock designed to provide added protection and/or sanitation for personnel engaged in food inspection activities and as meat cutters. Excludes COAT (1), FOOD HANDLER'S; SMOCK (1),UTILITY; and SMOCK,FOOD HANDLER'S.

SMOCK,CLEAN ROOM

A smock designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

PONCHO,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood and provisions for side closure. It is designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

PONCHO,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood and usually has a water collecting device and provisions for side closure. It is designed to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It is a component of vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

PONCHO,SURVIVAL

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood and usually has a water collecting device and provisions for side closure. It is designed to provide protection against the elements and by its colors and reversibility one side affords camouflage and the other side affords easy recognition for rescue.

DRAWERS,COLD WEATHER

An undergarment, usually ankle length, primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius). Excludes DRAWERS, MEN'S; DRAWERS, MOISTURE WICKING; DRAWERS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER, AND DRAWERS, WOMEN'S.

UNDERSHIRT,COLD WEATHER

An undergarment, usually long-sleeved, primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius). Excludes UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S; UNDERSHIRT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, MOISTURE WICKING and UNDERSHIRT, WOMAN'S.

CAP,COLD WEATHER

A cap designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

CAP,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A cap designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It is usually lined to provide additional warmth.

CAP,HOT WEATHER

A cap designed to be worn at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

HELMET,PARARESCUE

A close-fitting, heavily-padded head covering. It is specifically designed to be worn by personnel trained in parachute rescue operations. It is equipped with a face guard for protection of wearer when jumping into wooded areas. Excludes HELMET, PARACHUTIST'S.

LINER,PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

A molded head covering fabricated from laminated cloth and having a protective coating. The fabricated liner may be fragmentation protective. It has a head suspension band assembly to support the liner on the head of the wearer, and a chin strap assembly. A headband and neckband may be furnished with the liner.

DRAWERS,FLYERS'

A man's ankle-length undergarment designed to be worn by flying personnel with COVERALLS, FLYERS', ANTIEXPOSURE.

UNDERSHIRT,FLYER'S

A man's long-sleeved undergarment designed to be worn by flying personnel with COVERALLS, FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE.

SHIRT,FIREMAN'S

A shirt intended for use by fire fighting personnel to provide protection and permit entry into an area of fires.

COAT,COMBAT

A coat specifically designed to be worn for combat, training, or the like, in temperate climate. Excludes COAT (1), COLD WEATHER; COAT (1), HOT WEATHER; and COAT (1), MAN'S.

POCKET,RADIO,SURVIVAL VEST

An item specifically designed to be sewn or otherwise affixed to a survival vest for the purpose of holding a radio.

MASK,FACE,ASEPTIC

An item used by patients, hospital visitors, hospital personnel and the general population to help prevent transmittal of infectious diseases. It is usually fabricated of cloth, paper, or other suitable material. It may have an inner pocket for a filter.Excludes MASK,SURGICAL.

TROUSERS,COMBAT

Trousers specifically designed to be worn in combat, training, or the like, in all climates. Excludes TROUSERS, MEN'S.

COVERALLS,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMEMBER'S

Coveralls made of high temperature resistant material, specially designed to provide protection against hazards encountered by combat vehicle crewmembers. Excludes COVERALLS, FIREMEN'S.

HOOD,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMEN'S COVERALLS

A head covering made of high temperature resistant material, specifically designed for wear with the combat vehicle crewmen's coveralls. It is usually provided with a method for attachment to the coveralls.

HELMET,SAFETY

A rigid, molded item of headwear worn by personnel, employed or visiting, in an area where impact from falling or flying objects is evident. It may protect the wearer from electrical shock, burn, and contact with exposed electrical conductors. It may be equipped with a nonconducting chin strap and an adjustable headband. Excludes HELMET, FIREMAN'S.

LINER,SAFETY HELMET

An item usually made of cloth, with no metal parts, designed to be worn under a HELMET, SAFETY for protetion against cold and inclement weather. It is designed to protect the skull, ears, and/or neck. It is attached to the helmet headband or shell, and is readily removed or reattached.

OVERALLS,VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE

A trouser like garment having a bib and shoulder straps. They are designed to be worn over environmental clothing to provide added protection against chemical vesicant agents. They may or may not be impregnated.

TROUSERS,FLYERS'

Trousers intended for use by flying personnel and designed to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperature zones.

LINER,COLD WEATHER TROUSERS

A removable garment designed to be worn under cold weather trousers to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

LINER,EXTREME COLD WEATHER TROUSERS

A removable garment designed to be worn under extreme cold weather trousers to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It usually has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

LINER,SNOW CAMOUFLAGE TROUSERS

A removable garment to be worn under snow camouflage trousers to provide additional warmth. It usually has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

TROUSERS,HOT WEATHER

Trousers designed to be worn primarily at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsuis).

T-SHIRT,ATHLETE'S

A knit pullover, outer garment worn by participants in athletic activities. The garment normally has quarter-length sleeves and is long enough to be tucked inside the waistband of trousers or pants. It may have a monogram, number, and/or lettering which is indicative of athletic activitiy. Do not use if a more specific item name applies. Excludes UNDERSHIRT (as modified) and JERSEY (as modified.)

SHIRT,FLYER'S

A shirt intended for use by flying personnel and designed to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperature zones.

SHIRT,COLD WEATHER

A shirt designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

SHIRT,SLEEPING

A shirt designed to be worn as a sleeping garment in bivouac areas. Excludes NIGHTSHIRT, MAN'S.

LINER,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMEN'S COVERALLS

A removable garment designed to be worn under combat crewmen's coveralls for additional warmth. It may be a one-piece or two-piece design.

COVERALLS,WADERS'

Coveralls of watertight fabric, extending from the neck to attached overshoes. They may have hood and gloves attached. They are used primarily in the building and repair of bridges or piers, and in beaching seaplanes. Excludes COVERALLS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE.

COVERALLS,FLYERS'

Coveralls intended for use by flying personnel to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperature zones. They may be provided with map clips, oxygen hose clip tabs, and/or special purpose pockets. Excludes COVERALLS, FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE.

HAND PROTECTOR,SHOOTER'S

A covering for the hand extending to an open gauntlet type wrist and having a flange-like protector for the inside of the thumb. A narrow strap separates the index finger from the remaining fingers. Both back and palm are padded.

BAG,FLYER'S HELMET

A container made of flexible material with a rounded bottom. It is designed to protect a flyer's helmet from scratches when not in use.

SUIT,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A specifically designed two-piece garment which, when suitably treated, provides protection against the harmful effects of chemical agents.

APRON,FOOD SERVER'S

A lightweight, decorative apron usually worn by dietitians, waitresses, and the like. Excludes APRON, FOOD HANDLER'S and general household aprons.

COVERALLS,MECHANICS' COLD WEATHER

Coveralls specifically designed to be worn over cold weather clothing ensemble as a protective garment.

HEADBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

An adjustable band used inside the helmet liner to provide proper fit of helmet.

NECKBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

An adjustable band across the back of the helmet liner used to prevent friction against the neck by the helmet. It may be used interchangeably in the ground troops' helmet liner and the parachutist's helmet liner.

OVERALLS,CHEMICAL AND OIL PROTECTIVE

A trouser like outer garment having a bib and shoulder straps and made of rubber, rubber coated, or other suitable material. It is designed to provide protection against gasoline, oil, alkali, acid, and the like.

OVERALLS,ELECTRICAL WORKERS'

A trouser like grament having a bib and shoulder straps, made of nonporous rubberized fabric to resis electrostatic charge. It is worn for protection by linemen and others working with electricity. No metal is used in the construction of the item.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A collection of wearing apparel items designed to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). The items may be vacuum packed. They are designed for use by flight personnel forced down in arctic areas or ski troops stranded in isolated mountainous reagons.

GLOVES AND SOCKS SET,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A quantity of gloves and socks which have been impregnated to provide protection against the harmful effects of chemical agents and packaged as a unit.

SHIRT,HOT WEATHER

A shirt designed to be worn primarily at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

BAND,HELMET,HIGH VISIBILITY

A band worn around the outside of a helmet and made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. It is designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

VEST,HIGH VISIBILITY

A vest made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. It is designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT, CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE; and CLOTHING OUTFIT, VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

COVERALLS,ARC PREVENTIVE

Coveralls specially designed to be worn over the metallized microwave radiation protective coveralls as a supplementary component to prevent arcing and sparking of the metallized garment in high intensity radio frequency fields. Excludes COVERALLS (1), COOLING.

LINER,FIREMAN'S COAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under a fireman's coat to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

VEST,AMMUNITION CARRYING

A vest designed to be worn over outer clothing. It may contain individual pockets for carrying grenades, or it may have other pockets of various design and size for carrying various forms of ammunition, mortar shells, and the like.

HOOD,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A covering for the head, neck, and shoulders which, when suitably treated, provides protection against the harmful effects of chemical agents. It is designed to be worn over a mask, and with a CLOTHING OUTFIT, CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE. Excludes HOOD, GAS MASK, TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE and HOOD, CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL MASK.

VEST,GROUND CREWMAN'S

A vest made in a variety of colors worn by personnel working as members of ground crews and indicates by its color, the specific duties performed by the wearer.

GLOVE,MAN'S

A glove designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

GLOVE,MEAT CUTTER'S

A glove, usually made of wire mesh, worn to protect the hand in meat cutting or similiar occupations.

GLOVE,SHOOTER'S

A glove, usually made of leather, designed to protect and support the hands of members of rifle teams or other personnel using a firing range.

GLOVE,WELDER'S

A glove, usually made of heat-resistant leather, or the like, and reinforced at points of greatest wear. It is worn by welders and personnel engaged in similar operations for protection from sparks and welding splatter.

GLOVES,ANTIFLASH

Gloves specifically designed to protect the hands and forearms of gun crew members from elevated air temperatures and flash resulting from use of high explosive weapons.

GLOVES,BARBED TAPE-WIRE HANDLERS'

Gloves having the entire palm, including the fronts of the fingers and thumb, reinforced with leather strips and metal staples and stitching. They are designed specifically to protect the hands of personnel working with barbed tape and wire.

GLOVES,BARBED WIRE HANDLERS'

Gloves having the palm and front and back thumb reinforced with a layer of leather. They are designed specifically to protect the hands of personnel working with barbed wire.

GLOVES,CHEMICAL AND OIL PROTECTIVE

Gloves worn to provide protection against water, gasoline, oil, alkali, acid, and the like.

GLOVES,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Gloves designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents. May include usage for self handling of cytotoxic, hazardous chemotherapy drugs. Excludes GLOVES, VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE and GLOVES (1), TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE.

GLOVES,CLEAN ROOM

Gloves designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

GLOVES,DISPOSABLE

Gloves designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss.

GLOVES,ELECTRICAL WORKERS'

Gloves made of insulating material specifically designed to be worn by electrical workers to provide insulation and protect the wearer from shock where contact with electrical currents is involved.

GLOVES,HEAT PROTECTIVE

Gloves made of heat-resistant materials designed to protect the hands from heat or burns when handling hot materials or objects. When issued singly use GLOVE (1), HEAT PROTECTIVE. Excludes GLOVES (1), FIREMEN'S and GLOVES (1), WELDERS'.

GLOVES,MEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

GLOVES,MEN'S AND WOMEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by males/females past the age of physical maturity.

GLOVES,PERMEABLE

Untreated gloves specifically designed for impregnation to provide protection against vesicant gases or other chemical agents. For treated gloves, see GLOVES (1), CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE or GLOVES (1), VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

GLOVES,WELDERS'

Gloves usually made of heat-resistant leather, or the like, and reinforced at points of greatest wear. They are worn by welders or personnel engaged in similar operations for protection from sparks and welding splatter. Excludes GLOVES (1), HEAT PROTECTIVE.

GLOVES,WOMEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

GLOVE INSERTS,COLD WEATHER

Glove inserts designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

GLOVE SHELLS,COLD WEATHER

Glove shells designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

GLOVE SHELLS,ELECTRICAL WORKERS'

Glove shells, usually made of leather, specifically designed to be worn over electrical workers' rubber gloves to protect them from physical damage, such as wear, tear, punctures, and the like.

MITTEN,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A mitten made of heat-resistant materials designed to protect the hand from the heat or burns when handling hot materials or objects. Excludes MITTEN (1), WELDER'S.

MITTEN,WELDER'S

A mitten usually made of heat-resistant leather, or the like, and reinforced at points of greatest wear. It is designed to be worn by welders or persons engaged in similar operations for protection from sparks and welding splatter. Excludes MITTEN (1), HEAT PROTECTIVE.

MITTENS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Mittens designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

MITTENS,HEAT PROTECTIVE

Mittens made of heat-resistant materials designed to protect the hands from heat or burns when handling hot materials.

MITTEN INSERTS,COLD WEATHER

Mitten inserts designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahreneit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

MITTEN INSERTS,FLYERS'

Mitten inserts specifically designed to be worn under flyers' mitten shells to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperate zones.

MITTEN SET,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A mitten set worn to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Farenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

MITTEN SHELLS,COLD WEATHER

Mitten shells designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

MITTEN SHELLS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Mitten shells designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

MITTEN SHELLS,FLYERS'

Mitten shells specifically designed to be worn by flyers to provide adequate warmth in any one of several temperate zones.

MITTEN SHELLS,MEN'S

Mitten shells designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

MITTEN SHELLS,SNOW CAMOUFLAGE

Mitten shells designed to make the hands of the wearer inconspicuous against a white background.

GLOVES,FIREMEN'S

Gloves made of flameproof material specifically designed to protect the hands and wrists of personnel working in close proximity to high temperature fires. Excludes GLOVES (1), HEAT PROTECTIVE which are not intended for fire fighting.

COVERALLS,DISPOSABLE

Coveralls designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss.

LINER,EXTREME COLD WEATHER JACKET

A removable garment designed to be worn under an extreme cold weather jacket to provide protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

JACKET,FLIGHT ATTENDANT

A jacket designed for use by personnel whose duties are to render services contributing to the comfort and well-being of aircraft passengers.

PAD,PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

A pad of cushioning material designed to allow positioning in the inside area of a helmet liner to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

GLOVE INSERTS,FIREMEN'S

Coverings for the hands which have a separate sheath for each finger. They are to be worn in conjunction with glove shells specifically designed for fire fighting personnel, but not designed to be worn as gloves.

GLOVE SHELLS,FIREMEN'S

Loose-fitting coverings for the hands which have a separate sheath for each finger. They are specifically designed to be worn over glove inserts for firefighting personnel to afford maximum protection to the hands and wrists when involved in the proximity of high temperature fires.

PAD,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S HELMET

An item with attaching facilities made of materials having impact absorbing qualities providing a cushioning effect to afford added protection in preventing head injuries.

SHIELD,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S HELMET

An item with attaching facilities made of materials having impact resisting qualities designed to afford protection in preventing head injuries. They may be die cut or molded to conform to the shape of the head covering, and indicates by its color, the specific duties performed by the wearer.

TROUSERS,CLEAN ROOM

Trousers usually worn over outer clothing and designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter. It will be worn together with SMOCK (1), CLEAN ROOM.

SHIELD,ORONASAL,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A facepiece designed to cover the nose and mouth. It is worn in conjunction with an extreme cold weather mask to provide additional protection against extremely low temperatures and/or other adverse weather conditions.

HOOD,DUST,WORKMEN'S

A flexible covering designed to protect the head, neck, and sometimes shoulders of workmen from dust, dirt, and the like. It may have a loose or close-fitting opening for the face and may be worn separately or attached to a garment.

HARDWARE SET,CHIN STRAP

A collection of common hardware items, such as buckles, balls and hooks specifically designed for use in assembling and attaching release assemblies for chin straps.

HELMET,COLD WEATHER

INC 32952 CANCELLED ON 060111~A head covering designed to afford protection to the wearer at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius). It is designed to accommodate a headset for communication capabilities and/or a sound aural protector. Excludes: HOOD, COLD WEATHER.

GLOVE INSERTS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Coverings for the hands which have a separate sheath for each finger. They are to be worn in conjunction with glove shells specifically designed to provide protection to personnel exposed to the presence of low level radioactive contaminants, but not designed to be worn as gloves.

GLOVE SHELLS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Loose fitting coverings for the hands which have a separate sheath for each finger. They are specifically designed to be worn over glove inserts to provide maximum protection to personnel exposed to the presence of low level radioactive contaminants.

COAT,CHEMICAL AND OIL PROTECTIVE

A coat made of rubber, rubber coated or other suitable material. It is designed to provide protection against gasoline, oil, alkali, acid and the like.

GLOVE SET,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A glove set worn to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents.

VISOR,CRASH HELMET

A plastic eyeshield fitted to the shape of a helmet. It has an opening and closing mechanism, to be attached to both sides of the helmet. Excludes VISOR, FLYER'S HELMET

LENS,CRASH HELMET VISOR

A replaceable part for the VISOR, CRASH HELMET.

LINER,NIGHT CAMOUFLAGE PARKA

A removable garment designed to be worn under a night camouflage parka to provide additional warmth. It may have a hood and has a means for attaching it to the outer garment.

PARKA,NIGHT CAMOUFLAGE

A parka designed to be worn over environmental clothing to afford the wearer camouflage protection against detection and/or observation by night viewing devices.

PARKA,INSECT REPELLANT

A parka designed to be worn as an overgarment to provide protection against the bites of various winged or rarely wingless insects. It may be pretreated and/or treatment may be repeated with a clothing insect repellant.

TROUSERS,NIGHT CAMOUFLAGE

Trousers designed to afford the wearer camouflage protection against detection and/or observation by night viewing devices.

APRON,UTILITY

A multipurpose apron made of suitable materials to provide general protection to the wearers clothing when engaged in the performance of miscellaneous duties. It may have pockets.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,ATHLETE'S

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel worn by personnel engaged in athletic type activities.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,CLEAN ROOM

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn by personnel working in areas which incoporate high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,COLD WEATHER

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn at mean monthly temperatures of minus 10 degrees Celsius (plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit) to plus 20 degrees Celsius (plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit).

CLOTHING OUTFIT,FIREMAN'S

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to protect the wearer from water and flame. It may be designed to afford maximum protection to personnel working in the proximity of high temperature fires.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,FOOD HANDLER'S

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn by food inspectors, meat inspectors, butchers, cooks, bakers or the like.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of radioactive contamination.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,WET WEATHER

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn over the outer clothing as a protection against heavy rain or other wet weather.

COVERALLS,SOUND WAVE PROTECTION

Coveralls designed to afford protection against biological hazards of high energy sound pressures. Excludes COVERALLS (1), MICROWAVE RADIATION PROTECTIVE.

HELMET,SOUND WAVE PROTECTION

A rigid head covering having an outer shell, specially designed to protect the wearer from extremely high sound waves. It may be equipped with a headset for communication purposes. For items which have no outer shell, see PROTECTOR,HEARING.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,SERVICE UNIFORM

A quantity of various service uniform wearing apparel items designed to be worn by military and/or other service personnel.

SLEEVELETS,FOOD HANDLER'S

A pair of cylindrically shaped items of cloth worn on the forearms to provide added protection and/or sanitation for personnel employed as food inspectors, meat inspectors, butchers, cooks, bakers, or engaged in similar occupations.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,UTILITY

A quantity of various multipurpose items of wearing apparel providing general protection to the wearer from grime and/or dirt.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,SAFETY HELMET

An arrangement of straps, consisting of cross straps forming a cradle and a peripheral band. May include hardware, such as eyelets, buckles, and clips for attaching to the helmet or its liner.

SOCKS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Items of footwear which cover the feet and legs part way to the knees. Primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

MITTENS,SAFETY

Mittens specifically designed to be worn by males/females for protection against injuries.

HOOD,DISPOSABLE

A specially designed nonfitted head covering of non-woven materials providing limited protection against damage and soilage to conventional clothing and/or is used in areas where cleanliness is desirable. It may be discarded after use with only negligible loss. Excludes HOOD (as modified).

LINER,FIREMEN'S TROUSERS

A removable garment designed to be worn under TROUSERS, FIREMEN'S to provide additional warmth and protection. It usually has a means for attaching to the outer garment.

OVERALLS,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMEN'S

A trouser like garment having a bib and shoulder straps made of high temperature resistant materials. It may be line or designed to accommodate a removable liner. It is specifically designed and sized to be worn over other combat vehicle crewmen's clothing to provide additional protection from environmental hazards encountered by the wearer.

TROUSERS,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

INC 34491 REINSTATED ON 100617~All Except USA This previously deleted INC has been reinstated for file maintenance purposes only.

COAT,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

INC 34492 REINSTATED ON 091917~ A coat designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of nuclear, biological chemical agents. Excludes COAT (1),VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE; and COAT (1),CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE.

HEADBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An adjustable band used inside the helmet to provide proper fit of helmet.

PAD,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

A pad of cushioning material designed to allow positioning in the inside area of a helmet to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

STRAP,RETENTION,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An item specifically designed to retain and/or hold the helmet in a fixed position on the head of the wearer.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An arrangement of straps, netting, or the like which is formed to fit the upper half of the head. May include hardware such as eyelets, buckles, and clips for attaching to the helmet. Excludes SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, GROUND TROOPS' HELMET.

CAP,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A cap designed to make the wearer inconspicuous against the natural background.

PONCHO,CBR PROTECTIVE

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood and provisions for side closure. It is designed to be worn by personnel in areas contaminated by chemical, biological and radioactive (CBR) agents. (Converted from AEUSA on 113020)

CLOTHING OUTFIT,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel such as coat, trousers, coveralls, hood and gloves designed to be worn over other garment to protect the wearer against nuclear, biological, and chemical contaminants.

COVERALLS,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. It may also be used for personnel training but, in that case, it does not protect from chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination.

HOOD,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An item which covers the head and shoulders. It is worn for the protection of personnel working in the presence of nuclear, biological and chemical contamination.

GLOVE INSERTS,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Glove inserts specifically designed to be worn under GLOVE SHELLS, NUCLEAR, BOILOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

GLOVE SHELLS,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Glove shells specifically designed to be worn over GLOVE INSERTS (1), NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel such as coat, trousers, sleeve and supporter designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

LEGGINGS,PROTECTIVE

A covering of various materials designed to shield the legs below the knees to prevent injury in the workplace, while welding, sandblasting, at foundries and similar hazardous jobs. They also protect against poisonous snakes, thorns, briars and the like.

COVERALLS,CHEMICAL AND GAS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls specifically designed to afford protection for personnel working in areas contaminated by gas and chemicals. It extends from the head to the ankle end is worn with detachable boots, gloves and gas mask.

SWEAT SUIT

A two-piece garment consisting of a SWEAT SHIRT and SWEAT PANTS.

LINER,COVERALLS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A one-piece garment designed to be worn under aircrewmen coveralls to provide protection in a chemical defense situation.

COVERALLS,SEARCH AND RESCUE

Coveralls designed to minimize the danger of burn. It is a quick donning garment that is primarily used by personnel in disaster recovery operations such as floods, earthquakes, and the like.

LINER,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN TROUSERS

A removable garment designed to be worn under TROUSERS, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

LINER,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN COAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under COAT, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

VEST,COOLING

A vest with an integrated cooling system containing a solid, liquid or gaseous cooling medium; it provides comfort and safety in extremely warm environments for extended periods of time.

COVERALLS,WOMEN'S

Coveralls designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes COVERALLS, UTILITY, NUCLEAR SUBMARINE.

SLEEVES,ARM,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A pair of coverings designed to provide protection to personnel working in low level radioactive contaminated areas.

ATTACHMENT KIT,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A group of items used to attach the inner liner to the outer shell of the helmet. It may consist of either a strip or attachment tab, with paper identification and instruction label included.

CAP,CRICKET

A cap usually made of cloth, with a visor, designed to be worn by cricket players.

SHIRT,HOCKEY

A shirt designed to be worn by hockey players.

OVERALLS,COLD WEATHER

A trouser like outer garment having a bib and shoulder straps, designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

PARKA,COLD WEATHER

A parka designed to be worn over other outer clothing at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees celsius).

COVER,BEARD

A covering for the beard, mustache, and sideburns specifically designed to be worn by personnel assigned duties in food service and handling.

COVER,HELMET,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

An item made from a single piece of coated cloth with elastic webbing inserted within a hem which is sewn around the periphery of the item, for the purpose of providing chemical protection for the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS.

JUMPER,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An outergarment designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination, such as accumulates around nuclear power vessels.

TROUSERS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An item designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination, such as accumulates around nuclear power vessels.

GLOVE,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A glove made of heat-resistant materials, designed to protect the hand from heat or burns when handling hot materials or objects. When issued in a pair use GLOVES (1), HEAT PROTECTIVE.

TROUSERS,SKI

(All Except USA) An outer garment usually worn when practicing skiing. it may be spindle shaped and with trouser straps.

STOCKINGS,ATHLETIC,FOOTLESS

Footwear coverings for the legs that may extend to the knee or upper thigh. They are footless, but are held in place at the lower end by a textile strap under the instep, and may be held in place at the upper end by a suspender belt. The legs and/or cuffs (if included) may be decorated by stripes or patterns. The stockings are to be worn over anklets or socks. Includes ice hockey stockings, baseball stockings, and the like.

VEST,TACTICAL LOAD CARRYING

A garment designed to be worn over outer clothing. It may have individual pouches for carrying various tactical load for Combat Control Operations.

COAT,JUDO

A garment protecting the upper part of the body and specifically designed to be worn when training or practicing the art of self defense without weapons. It is worn in combination with a TROUSERS, JUDO.

COVERALLS,ANTI-EXPOSURE

A watertight garment intended to be worn by personnel as a anti-exposure suit to protect the wearer against any combination of wind, wet and cold conditions. For items specifically designed for immersion see SUIT,IMMERSION.

FACESHIELD,RIOT CONTROL

A loose fitting headgear or headband supported visor, worn over the eyes, and covering all or part of the face, forehead, ears and neck. The visor will be constructed of material able to withstand impacts of extreme nature such as relatively heavy flying particles or personal attack.

LINER,COVERALLS

A removable one-piece garment designed to be worn under COVERALLS (as modified) to provide protection against cold weather.

SLEEVE,FENCING MASTER'S

An item designed to protect either the right or the left arm. It is worn by fencing masters for training of fencers.

HELMET,CEREMONIAL

A head covering worn by military personnel who are assigned particularly formal duties in military ceremonies. The item consists of especially lightweight material.

GLOVES,COLD WEATHER

Gloves designed primarily for protection against low temperatures.

CAP,SHOOTERS

A cap worn by personnel that are usually engaged in small arms competitive marksmanship.

COVERALLS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A coverall designed specifically for protection in the artic and sub-artic areas at means monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Farenheit (minus 10 degrees celsius).

LINER,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A head covering usually fabricated from laminated cloth designed to be worn under a HELMET, COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S. It may include a chin strap and pad-chin strap assembly.

LINER,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S HELMET

An item usually made of cloth specifically designed to be worn under a HELMET, FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S. It may include a chin strap and ear cuffs.

CAPE,AIRCREWMAN'S

An item made of disposable plastic material worn for the protection from the effects of chemical agents.

GLOVE INSERTS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Glove inserts specifically designed to be worn under GLOVES (1), CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE.

GLOVES,RAPPELLING

Gloves designed to be used by personnel when they are required to descend a sheer face such as a cliff and the like.

PAD SET,FITTING,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A set of resilient pads designed to be inserted into a helmet liner to support the outer shell and to provide resistance upon impact. The pads are usually covered on one side and have adhesive backing. Sets are designed for the brow, side and center areas of the liner.

RUFF,COLD WEATHER PARKA

A detachable item usually made of synthetic fur material. It projects from around the hood opening to protect the face from wind and has the ability to shed ice. It is attached to the item by means of a FASTENER TAPE, HOOK AND PILE and snap fasteners.

PAD,SHOULDER,CONTACT SPORTS

A cushioning worn over the shoulder of players engaged in contact sports such as football, ice hockey and the like, to protect the shoulders and upper chest and back from impact. It may or may not be cantilevered at the shoulder.

COVERALLS,WET WEATHER

A waterproof, dry suit coverall without insulating properties and inherent buoyancy. It may be flame-retardant and resistant to industrial chemicals and petrochemicals. See also COVERALLS (1), SUBMARINE DESK EXPOSURE; COVERALLS (1), WADER'S and COVERALLS, ANTI-EXPOSURE.

COVERALLS,SKIING

Coveralls worn for skiing.

PATCH POCKET,CLOTHING

INC 45003 REINSTATED ON 010408~INC 45003 DELETED ON 102095 A detachable pocket affixed to special purpose clothing, by means of tab fasteners and the like.

COVER,INDIVIDUAL,CAMOUFLAGE

An item intended for use by military personnel to provide an instant camouflage screen against air and ground visual observations.

CAP,REFLECTIVE

A cap consisting of reflective material which may have an additional facility for attachment of a head lamp. The item is designed to make its wearer clearly visible against dark background.

PANTS,ICE HOCKEY

Padded pants of durable material designed to protect the hips, kidneys, and spine area. Worn by personnel engaged in the sport of ice hockey. Excludes TROUSERS (1), ICE HOCKEY.

TROUSERS,ICE HOCKEY

Trousers designed to fit over protective body equipment and worn by personnel engaged in the sport of ice hockey.

HOLDER,HAND PROTECTION

An item made of heat insulating material and designed to protect the hands when changing a hot machine gun tube. Excludes STOCK, FORE END, GUN.

HOOD,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A covering for the head, neck, back, chest and part of the shoulders. It is made of heat resistant materials. It is designed to protect the wearer from heat or burns. Excludes HOOD, FIREMANS.

GAUNTLET,ELECTRICAL WORKERS

An item designed to protect hand and forearm from electric arc effects when working with grounding and short-circuiting devices or dummy fuse elements. See also SLEEVES, ELECTRICAL WORKERS.

OVERALLS,DOG ATTACK,TRAINER'S

A trouser like garment made of a padded material designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

VEST,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

A padded heavy material designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs. It may have an arm sleeve that can be attached by means of a strap.

PAD,CROWN,FLYER'S HELMET

A cushioning material designed to be centered on the suspension assembly to afford comfort and adjustment.

PAD,BROW,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A cushioning material inserted into the inner helmet to provide a means of suspension and also to afford impact protection.

POCKET,KNIFE,FLYERS' COVERALLS

An item specifically designed to be sewn onto a COVERALLS(1), FLYERS' for the purpose of holding a knife.

HOOD,COOLING

A covering for the head, neck, and a portion of the face that chilled water is circulated through by means of a pump. It provides comfort and safety in extremely warm environments for extended periods of time.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,BODY COOLING

A quantity of various items of apparel designed to be worn under protective apparel such as BODY ARMOR OUTFIT, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL; CLOTHING OUTFIT, CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE; and other types of enclosed suits, used to reduce body heat.

TROUSERS,COOLING

Trousers through which chilled water is circulated through by means of a pump. It provides comfort and safety in extremely warm environments for extended periods of time.

SHIRT,COOLING

A shirt through which chilled water is circulated through by means of a pump. It provides comfort and safety in extremely warm environments for extended periods of time.

SPACER,VISOR HOUSING,FLYER'S HELMET

A crescent shaped nonmetallic item designed to maintain a predetermined distance between HELMET, FLYER'S and VISOR, FLYER'S HELMET. It is used to stabilize and guide the movement of VISOR, FLYER'S HELMET.

MITTEN HARNESS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

An arrangement of straps and braid designed to hold the item to the body of the wearer.

MITTEN INSERTS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Mitten inserts designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures of below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

POUCH,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

An item of nonmetallic construction designed to hold large rubber kongs or a large rubber ball. It is attached to the wearer by a belt.

APRON,MUSICIAN'S

An item specifically designed for use by musicians to protect the wearer's uniform from abrasions by musical instruments.

TROUSERS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Trousers designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents. Excludes TROUSERS (1), VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

PARKA,CAMOUFLAGE

A parka designed to be worn over the outerwear for the purpose of rendering its wearer inconspicuous against a natural background. Excludes PARKA (1), SNOW CAMOUFLAGE.

COAT,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A coat designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents. Excludes COAT (1), VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE.

PATCH SET,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

A collection of the applicable protective clothing patches in different sizes.

COVERALLS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Coveralls specifically designed to afford protection for personnel working in areas contaminated by chemical agents. Excludes COVERALLS (1), CHEMICAL AND GAS PROTECTIVE.

ROBE,ACADEMIC

An outer garment designed to be worn over the clothing of graduating students or faculty members.

FACE GUARD,PARARESCUE HELMET

An item designed to be attached to the HELMET, PARARESCUE to provide protection to the wearer when jumping into rough terrains such as wooded areas.

HELMET,DOG ATTACK TRAINER'S

A padded item designed to protect training personnel from the teeth and claws of dogs.

HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE

A rigid, molded item of headgear, consisting of an outer shell with a cushioned liner and an adjustable faceshield. It is designed to protect the wearer's head from such dangers as shocks, falling objects, ballistic threats and the like. It may have a NECK CURTAIN, PROTECTIVE HELMET and may include provision for communication equipment.

COOLING SYSTEM,PERSONNEL,LIQUID COOLED GARMENTS

A cooling system designed to remove or reduce body heat by circulating chilled water through a network of flexible plastic tubing sewn into the garment. The system normally consists of an ice/water reservoir, power source, a pump, flow controller, carrying pack and harness. The system may be worn by the individual or centrally located to service additional personnel.

VEST,FLIGHT ATTENDANT

A vest designed for use by personnel whose duties are to render services contributing to the comfort and well-being of aircraft passengers.

GLOVES,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL,AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Gloves specificlly designed to be worn by personnel to ensure protection from nuclear, biological and chemical contaminants. They may also be used for personnel training but, in that case, they do not protect from nuclear, biological and chemical contaminants.

ADAPTER,CROSS STRAPS,FLYER'S HELMET

An item designed for attaching the earcup tension cross straps to the helmet shell.

SHORTS,SOCCER

A garment of durable material designed to be worn by soccer players.

SPACER KIT,EARCUP,FLYER'S HELMET

A collection of items consisting of a bag, spacer, adhesive, release paper and identification label.

HEADBAND AND SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,FLYER'S HELMET

An arrangement of items consisting of a crown pad, cross straps and a strap retainer for attaching to the helmet.

JERSEY,SOCCER

A jersey specifically designed to be worn by soccer players. Excludes JERSEY, FOOTBALL; JERSEY, BASKETBALL; JERSEY, TRACK and JERSEY, RUGBY.

JERSEY,RUGBY

A jersey specifically designed to be worn by rugby players. Excludes JERSEY, FOOTBALL and JERSEY, SOCCER.

MITTEN SHELLS,MEN'S AND WOMEN'S

Mitten shells which are worn on top of other gloves by men as well as by women.

STRAP,RETENTION,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

An item specifically designed to retain and/or hold the helmet in a fixed position on the head of the wearer. Excludes STRAP, RETENTION, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET.

SWEATER

An outer garment, usually knitted or crocheted, covering the top portion of the body.

FITTING KIT,HELMET

A group of items such as a brow, crown and ear pads used in sizing adjustment, may include hardware and/or adhesive(s).

COVERALLS,UTILITY

A multi-purpose coverall for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, excercising or the like. May also be used by submarine personnel. Excludes COVERALLS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE; COVERALLS, MEN'S and COVERALLS, WOMEN'S.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,LIQUID CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to protect the wearer from the harmful effects of liquid contamination. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT, NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

CAP,COMBAT-COLD WEATHER

A lined, water-repellant, wind-resistant skicap style item having folding extension flaps for ear and neck protection. Designed primarily for wear in conjunction with other cold weather or combat clothing.

PAD,HELMET

A cushioning material designed to provide a comfortable fit on the head when attached to the inside of a protective helmet. It is not designed to provide protection against impact.

PONCHO,COMBAT

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head as in a tunic type garment. it is specifically designed to give protection against cold and rain under combat conditions. (Converted from AEUSA to General Use on 12152020)

MOULDING,NUCLEAR HOOD,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An item made of plastics which keeps the NBC hood in shape when not in use.

COVER,VISOR,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used to protect the visor from scratching, dust, and the like when not in use.

COVER,LENS,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used to protect the lens from scratching, dust, and the like when not in use.

EARPAD SET,FLYER'S HELMET

A padded item used to cushion the earcup of a helmet for comfortable fit.

EARCUP,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used as a protective covering and holder for the earphone receiver.

GUARD,HEAD-NECK,SPRAY PAINTER

A textile item designed to protect head and neck during spray painting. A protective hood may be attached to the guard.

HELMET,HEAT PROTECTIVE,FIREMEN'S

A rigid item of headwear with adjustable suspension system and folding leaf sight. It may be equipped with a replaceable chest and neck protection. Excludes HELMET, FIREMAN'S.

HOLDER,LENS,CRASH HELMET VISOR

An item designed to hold the replaceable LENS, CRASH HELMET VISOR.

HOLDER SET,NET,HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

Two or more holders which form a portion of a SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, HELMET (as modified) and are designed to affix the NET, HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY.

NET,HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

An item which forms a portion of a SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, HELMET (as modified) and provides for the tight and comfortable fit of the helmet.

PAD,CHIN PROTECTION,CRASH HELMET

An exchangeable item made of soft material which is mounted in the lower face cover of a HELMET, CRASH to protect against head wind.

JACKET,FOREST WORKER

A multi-layer outer garment designed to protect against injuries from power chain saws and the like.

GUARD,LEG,FOREST WORKER

A multi-layer outer garment designed to protect against injuries from power chain saws and the like.

LINER,TROUSERS,DIVER'S

A garment designed to be worn by divers under the constant-volume suit to provide additional warmth. It is made of pure wool and is part of the diver's underwear.

APRON,NURSING ATTENDANT'S

RETAINING BAND,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE HOOD

An item made of pile nylon band which encases the tube leading to the oxygen mask in the protective hood and which is fixed to the flying suit by means of its strap and snap hook to keep the breathing tube in position.

MITTENS,SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE

An item designed for wearing in combination with the bad-weather coveralls to protect the hands of submarine deck personnel against exposure to cold, rain, and green water. It may have more than one finger sheath.

SWEATBAND,SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

A removable narrow item which is affixed to the lower inside of a suspension assembly (as modified); it is designed to protect the suspension assembly from grease and sweat.

HOLDING FRAME,AIR FILTER,HOSPITAL

An item constructed of a heavy type material for high temperature applications which are welded at the corners with reinforcing angles. Item is designed to hold or secure a filter in a filtration system. It may be used individually or may be arranged in any size filter bank. May include a neopene gasket to properly seal between frame and filter, and holding latches to hold the filter(s) tightly against the gasket to assure a positive seal.

PAD,SHOULDERED,BAG,FLYER'S HELMET

A padded item designed for attachment to the shoulder strap of a BAG, FLYER'S HELMET to protect the shoulder of the wearer.

PANTS,CYCLIST

An outer garment extending from the waist to below the knee, covering each leg separately. Designed for use when cycling.

SOCKS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Items of footwear which cover the feet and designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in the presence of radioactive contamination.

LINER,FLYER'S HELMET

The head covering inner shell of an HELMET, FLYER'S. It consists of an internal padding or lining and is designed to provide comfort for flying personnel.

COVERALLS,MECHANICS,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A garment made from a camouflage printed material and intended to be worn by mechanics as a protective garment.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,MEDICAL EVACUATION

A collection of various items of wearing apparel worn by persons in the event of medical evacuation.

BIB,REFLECTIVE

An item usually made of reflective cotton with shoulder straps and ties on the side for attachment on the back. It is designed to make its wearer clearly visible.

SHORTS,SPORTS,UNISEX

An outer garment extending from the waist and reaching part way to the knee, covering each leg separately. It is designed to be worn by men and women.

PARTS KIT,FIREMAN'S SUIT

A parts kit consisting of a replaceable protective pad made of leather and foam padding placed on the forward section of the helmet headband. A 25 millimeter snap button is used to facilitate the opening/closing of the suit. An anti-scratch facepiece protection covers the forward part of a steel frame screen holder.

MODIFICATION KIT,FLYER'S HELMET

An item or collection of items employed to modify a flyer's helmet.

PROTECTION KIT,ASBESTOS MEDIUM

A group of disposable items used for maintenance operations in an asbestos impregnated medium. It consists of asbestos overalls, a pair of nitrile gloves, a pair of latex gloves, a bag to collect identified asbestos waste, a pair of reinforced-soled overboots and a flat mask. It may also contain a pair of panoramic goggles.

COVERALLS,PARACHUTISTS'

Coveralls intended for use by parachutists and jumpers. Designed to provide protection against cold.

JERKIN,LOAD CARRYING,FLYER'S

A garment designed to be worn by flying personnel over the outer clothing. It is equipped with individual pockets for the provision of personal armor, weapons and survival equipment. It consists of a waistcoat assembly and can be provided with a detachable flotation and/or an inflatable stole for operations over water.

LINER,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN PONCHO

A removable garment designed to be worn under a PONCHO, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN. It may have a hood and means of attaching it to the outer garment.

LINER,COMBAT PONCHO

A removable garment designed to be worn under a PONCHO, COMBAT. It may have a hood and means for attaching it to the outer garment.

PONCHO,HEAT PROTECTIVE

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally locted to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood, provisions for side closure, and lateral fasteners may be included. It is specifically designed to provide protection from heat.

HOOD,OIL AND ACID PROTECTIVE

A covering to protect the wearer's head and face from direct contact with contaminating or injurious materials.

OVERALLS,WADING

A trouser like garment of watertight material, extending from the chest, below the armpits, to attached rubber boots. It is supported by braces over the shoulders.

BRACKET,SIGHT,FLYER'S HELMET

An item, generally slide in shape, designed to hold and support a sight system on an HELMET, FLYER'S.

PROTECTIVE SLEEVES,SHOCK ABSORBING,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

A protective item designed to be worn by security members. It is adjustable and made of different pieces of heavy padded material. Each sleeve is used to protect elbow and forearm from shocks, blows and throws. They are fasten ed to the arm by straps.

VEST,SHOCK ABSORBING,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

A protective item designed to be worn by security members. It adjustable and made of several pieces of heavy padded material. It is used to protect thethorax, abdomen, shoulders, back of head, and kidneys from shocks, blows and throws. It is fastened by hook and pile.

PROTECTIVE LEGGING,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

A protective item designed to be worn by security members. It is adjustableand made of several pieces of heavy padded material. Each legging is used to protect the knee, the tibia and the instep from shocks, blows and throws. It is fastened to the leg by straps.

MASK,COLD WEATHER

A face covering designed for protection against mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

LINER,HOOD,FIREMAN'S

A removable garment designed to be worn under a HOOD, FIREMAN'S to provide warmth and/or protection. It usually has a means for attaching to the outer garment.

THIGH PAD,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

A protective item designed to be worn by security members. It is made from the assembly of a heavy half shell and different padded clothes. Each thigh pad is used to protect the fronts of the thighs against shocks, blows, and projectiles. It is fastened to the belt by a loop and to the thighs by straps.

GLOVE INSERTS,HIGH TEMPERATURE PROTECTIVE

Glove inserts designed specifically to be worn in conjunction with a variety of gloves or glove shells to provide protection to the hands and wrists from extreme high temperature, fire, and flame, while maintaining dexterity and tactility. Excludes GLOVE INSERTS, FIREMEN'S.

DRAWERS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

An ankle-length undergarment designed to provide protection from the harmful effects of chemical agents. Excludes DRAWERS, MAN'S; DRAWERS, WOMAN'S; DRAWERS, VESICANT GAS PROTECTIVE; and DRAWERS, FLYERS'.

PARKA HIGH VISIBILITY

A parka made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. It is designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

SHIRT,COMBAT,COLD WEATHER

A shirt specifically designed to be worn under COAT, COMBAT for protection against cold weather in combat conditions.

BELT,MARTIAL ARTS

A belt worn as a part of a martial arts uniform that by its color(s) identifies the rank or level of accomplishment of the wearer.

SOCKS,THERMAL AND IMMERSION PROTECTIVE

Items of footwear, which cover the feet and legs, part way to the knee. Designed to retain body heat and exclude water. Excludes SOCKS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

JACKET,HIGH VISIBILITY

A unisex jacket made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. The jacket may be waterproof and reversible with a hood and have clear plastic windows at the front and rear for logos. It is designed to be worn by personnel working in areas where a high degree of visibility is essential.

NECK CURTAIN,PROTECTIVE HELMET

An item designed to be fixed on the back of a protective helmet of policemen, firemen and other services as to protect the back of the wearer's neck from shocks, ballistic threats or flying sparks, water, and falling objects during serving in extreme conditions.

PELVIC PROTECTION,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

A protective item designed to be worn by security members. It is adjustable and made of different pieces of heavy padded material. It may provide space for or contain a hard, triangular cup shaped device designed for protection from impact. It is used to protect the pelvic area and groin against shocks, blows and projectiles. It is fastened around the waist and between the legs by straps.

SUIT,RIOT TRAINING

A garment that provides full body protection during training for hand to hand combat.

GLOVES,DRESS

Gloves designed to achieve a tactile, dextrous and form fit.

COAT,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A sleeved garment extending below the hips, designed to provide protection from heat. It may have a detachable hood. Excludes PONCHO, HEAT PROTECTIVE.

MOB CAP,HYGIENE

A headgear designed to cover completely the hair as to provide added hygiene for personnel. It has an elastic band around its periphery and may include a visor. It is used in medical sector, food or industry. See also CAP,FOOD HANDLER'S and CAP,OPERATING,SURGICAL.

VISOR,PROTECTIVE,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

A clear item designed to be mounted on a HELMET, GROUND TROOPS' to protect the wearer's face from shocks, blows and thrown objects. Excludes VISOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET.

APRON,HEAT PROTECTIVE

An apron designed to provide protection from heat and/or molten metal splashes.

JACKET,HEAT PROTECTIVE

A jacket designed to provide protection from heat and/or molten metal splashes.

SUPPORT SET,ACCESSORY,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

A collection of two or more different items designed to be affixed to a HELMET,GROUND TROOPS', as to mount a VISOR,PROTECTIVE,GROUND TROOP'S HELMET; a VISOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET; a JAWS PROTECTOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET; and the like.

SUIT,GHILLIE

A two-piece garment consisting of coat,usually having a hood, and trousers covered in loose strips of cloth or twine, sometimes made to look like leaves and twigs. The item is used by snipers, hunters and the like to blend into their surroundings and conceal themselves from enemies or targets. It gives the weare's outline a three-dimensional breakup and move in the wind in the same way as surrounding foliage. Excludes ghillie ponchos.

FACE GUARD,FLYER'S HELMET

An item which is attached to a HELMET, FLYER?S below the VISOR,FLYER'S HELMET. It is designed to protect the wearer from relative wind (cold and microphone protection). It is primarily used by onboard shooters (helicopter).

PAD SET,HELMET

A collection of two or more PAD,HELMET having various shapes and/or sizes. Excludes PAD SET,FITTING,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET.

HELMET SUBASSEMBLY,FIREMAN'S

AN ITEM WHICH IS PART OF A HELMET,FIREMAN'S.

BAG,FIREMAN'S HELMET

A container made of flexible material, with a rounded bottom. It is designed to protect a HELMET,FIREMAN'S when not in use.

SUIT,IMMERSION

A non-insulated coverall type constant wear suit made of waterproof and breathable material. Insulation may be provided with separate thermal protective undergarments, thus forming a suit system. Excludes COVERALLS,ANTI-EXPOSURE.

REPAIR KIT,HELMET

A repair kit designed for replacement of the worn and/or broken parts of one or more HELMET (as modified).

TROUSERS,GHILLIE SUIT

A garment consisting of trousers covered in loose strips of cloth, sometimes made to look like leaves and twigs. The item is used by snipers, hunters and the like to blend into their surroundings and conceal them from enemies or targets.

GLOVES,THERMAL AND IMMERSION PROTECTIVE

Gloves designed to retain body heat and exclude water. Excludes GLOVES, DIVERS' and GLOVES, COLD WEATHER.

GLOVES,COMBAT

Gloves designed to protect and support the hand in combat environments.

COVERALLS,FUEL HANDLERS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed to provide resistance against perspiration and contaminates such as JP-8 jet fuel, deet, petroleum, oils and lubricants. It may be designed to minimize the risk of heat stress and allows for longer sustained activity.

SHIRT,HOLSTER

A shirt designed for concealed carry or workout wear. It securely stores compact handguns and magazines.

SHIRT,COMBAT

A shirt specifically designed to be worn under a COAT,COMBAT; VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR; CARRIER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR; and the like. For the items designed for cold weather, see SHIRT,COMBAT,COLD WEATHER.

GUARD,NECK,TRAINING

A collar designed to protect the wearer's neck from injury in use of force training scenarios and the like.

FACESHIELD,FIREMEN'S HELMET

A detachable, fire resistant eye shield covering all face, fitted to the shape of a helmet designed to protect the wearer against flying sparks, water, and falling objects during extinguishing fires.

COVERALLS,INSECT PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed to be worn for the protection of wearer from hornet, bee, wasp and the like bites during the action to remove from their nests.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,HEAT PROTECTIVE,FIREMAN'S

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel like top with a hood, trousers, shoe covers and gloves made of fire and heat resistant materials. They are designed to afford maximum protection to the wearer from both radiant heat and other forms of intense heat. It may be equipped with means of circulating air throughout the outfit. It may also include a carrying case.

SLEEVES,SURVIVAL VEST

A pair of removable items designed to be affixed to a VEST,SURVIVAL for protecting aircraft personnel's arms. It may be part of a SURVIVAL KIT,INDIVIDUAL.

UNDERSHIRT,FLAME RESISTANT

An undergarment, usually long-sleeved, primarily designed for protection to resist flames.

DRAWERS,FLAME RESISTANT

An undergarment, usually ankle or thigh length, primarily designed for protection to resist flames.

TROUSERS,MARTIAL ARTS

A garment protecting the lower part of the body and specifically designed to be worn when training and practicing the art of self defense without weapons. It is worn in combination with a JACKET,MARTIAL ARTS.

JACKET,MARTIAL ARTS

A garment protecting the upper part of the body and specifically designed to be worn when training or practicing the art of self defense without weapons. It is worn in combination with TROUSERS,MARTIAL ARTS.

SUIT,MARTIAL ARTS

A loose fitting two-piece garment consisting of a jacket and trousers, usually worn when training or practicing the art of self-defense without weapons.

GAITER,NECK

An article of clothing worn around the neck for warmth. It is a tube of fabric, which is slipped on and off over the head. It can also be pulled up over the mouth to keep out wind and sand. Excludes: SCARF,NECKWEAR,MEN'S and SCARF,NECKWEAR,WOMEN'S.

UNDERGARMENT OUTFIT,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A collection of items which consists of a UNDERSHIRT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER and DRAWERS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT, COLD WEATHER.

UNDERWEAR,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An item of wearing apparel such as hood, coat, trousers, coveralls, and the like, designed to be worn under another clothing to protect the wearer against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contaminants.

BELT,RIGGER'S

A belt specifically designed to be worn by military and law enforcement personnel for survival and tactical operations while climbing mountains, rescue training or emergency rappelling. It is worn as a component of the military service Battle Dress Uniform.

APRON,COLD PROTECTIVE

An apron designed to provide protection from cryogenic splashes of liquid nitrogen, liquid hydrogen, liquid helium, and the like.

TROUSERS,FOOD SERVICE UNIFORM,UNISEX

TRUNKS,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM

A short outer garment extending from the waist to a location above the mid thighs, covering each leg separately. They are normally worn for physical training exercises.

SMOCK,FOOD SERVICE UNIFORM,WOMAN'S

PANTS,FOOD SERVICE UNIFORM,WOMEN'S

SMOCK,FOOD SERVICE UNIFORM,UNISEX

JACKET,FIREMAN'S

A jacket intended for use by fire fighting personnel to provide protection and permit entry into an area of fires.

SMOCK,FOOD HANDLER'S

A sleeved, outer garment extending below the waist. It is worn over other clothing other clothing to afford protection and/or sanitation, but not for warmth. It is designed for use by food handlers. Excludes COAT(1),FOOD HANDLER'S; SMOCK(1),FOOD INSPECTOR'S; and SMOCK, UTILITY.

TROUSERS,WOMEN'S

Trousers designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes Trousers, Combat&#59; Trousers, Convalescent Patients', Trousers Disposable, Trousers, Food Handlers'&#59; Trousers, Operating, Surgical and Trousers, Utility.

TROUSERS,HEAT PROTECTIVE

Trousers designed to provide protection from heat and/or molten metal splashes. Excludes TROUSERS,FIREMEN'S.

PANTS,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM,UNISEX

An outer garment extending from the waist and covering each leg separately. They are normally worn for physical training exercises and are designed to be worn by men or women.

PANTS,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM,WOMEN'S

An outer garment extending from the waist and covering each leg separately. They are normally worn for physical training exercises and are designed to be worn by women.

JACKET,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM,UNISEX

A sleeved, outer garment worn during physical training exercises extending to or below the waist without a band at the bottom. It is normally worn over pants or shorts and is designed to be worn by men or women.

JACKET,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM,WOMEN'S

A sleeved, outer garment worn during physical training exercises extending to or below the waist without a band at the bottom. It is normally worn over pants or shorts and is designed to be worn by women.

SOCKS,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Items of footwear which cover the feet and designed to protect the wearer against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contaminants.

VISOR,HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE

A clear item designed to be mounted on a HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE to protect the wearer's face from blows, thrown objects, ballistic threats and the like.

SHORTS,CYCLIST

An outer garment extending from the waist to above the knee, covering each leg separately. Designed for use when cycling.

GLOVES,CLIMBER'S

Gloves specifically designed for use in indoor or outdoor wall climbing, rock climbing and the like.

HOOD,COMBAT

A head covering which is used by military personnel and police personnel. It is designed to conceal the wearer's face during combat, assault, and the like. Excludes HOOD,COLD WEATHER; HOOD,FIREMAN'S and HOOD,FLYER'S.

UNDERSHIRT,PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM

A garment designed to be worn under outer clothing. It may be sleeveless or have full, half, or quarter length sleeves. They are normally worn for physical training exercises.

BREECHES

An outer garment, extending from the waist to the calf of the leg and sometimes to the ankle. Each leg is usually provided with a leg opening from the knee to the bottom of the garment. This opening is usually closed either with laces, buttons, slide fasteners or the like. If the item is designed for riding use FSC 8415

TROUSERS,FLIGHT DECK CREWMAN'S

Trousers intended for use by flight deck personnel, designed to be used in various temperatures and environments.

JACKET,COMBAT

A jacket specifically worn for combat, training, or the like, in temperate climate. Excludes COAT,COMBAT; JACKET,COLD WEATHER; JACKET,MAN'S; JACKET,WOM AN'S.

BLADDER,HELMET

An envelope of rubberized fabric, plastic, or suitable flexible material, designed to be mounted in a HELMET (as modified). When inflated, it allows helmet quick adjusting, sound isolation improving, and the like. It may have an air intake tube.

CAP,ANTI-SWEAT,FLYER'S

A cap designed to be worn under a HELMET, FLYER'S for absorbing sweat. Excludes LINER,FLYER'S HELMET.

JERSEY,MOTOCROSS

A jersey specially designed to be worn by motocross racers.

PANTS,MOTOCROSS

Pants specially designed to be worn by motocross racers.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,EXTREMEM COLD WEATHER

FOOTWEAR COVERS that may be insulated primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). Excludes FOOTWEAR COVERS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL.

JACKET,SEARCH AND RESCUE

A jaccket designed to minimize the danger of burn. It is a quick donning garment that is primarily used by personnel in disaster recovery operations such as floods, earthquakes. and the like.

UNDERWEAR,BODY PROTECTIVE

An item of wearing apparel such as jacket, pants, shirt, shorts, and the like, designed to be worn under other clothing to protect the body of the wearer. It has several pockets to insert paddings. The item includes the paddings. Excludes UNDERGARMENT,PROTECTIVE (80454).

VEST,INDUSTRIAL

A vest which is worn over other clothing. It is designed for work. It may have one or more pockets. Excludes VEST,COOLING and VEST,HIGH VISIBILITY.

COVER,VISOR,SAFETYHELMET

An item used to protect the visor from scratching, dust, and the like when not in use.

HOOD,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

An item which covers the head and shoulders. It is worn for the protection of personnel working in the presence of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. It may have a facepiece, a lens, an antifogging sysstem, and the like. Excludes HOOD,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

COAT,FUEL HANDLERSPROTECTIVE

Coat designed to provide resistance against perspiration and contaminates such as JP-8 jet fuel, deet, petroleum, oils and lubricants. It may be designed to minimize the risk of heat stress and allows for longer sustained activity.

TROUSERS,FUEL HANDLERS PROTECTIVE

Trousers designed to provide resistance against perspiration and contaminates such as JP-8 jet fuel, deet, petroleum, oils and lubricants. It may be designed to minimize the risk of heat stress and allows for longer sustained activity.

COUNTERWEIGHT,HELMET

An item designed to balance a helmet when it has a VIEWER,NIGHT VISION; a CAMERA-RECORDING,VIDEO; and the like. Designed to enhance comfort and reduce neck strain. It may include a bag intended to attach items to the helmet. This bag can be used to store batteries, counterweight, or other small accessories. May or may not contain weight bags.

HAT,SERVICE

A hat having a full brim which may be straight or turned-up. It may have a chin strap.

HAT,SOU'WESTER

A hat of coated fabric designed with a scoop-like brim which slopes down and out from the back of the crown to permit rain to drain down beyond the shoulders of the wearer. It usually has earflaps. Excludes HAT, RAIN.

CAP,UTILITY

A multipurpose cap with a visor for work, casual wear including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items designed for specific sports.

FRAME,SERVICE CAP

A portion of the service cap usually consisting of a band, visor, grommet, and a support and stay assembly, over which the cover and/or crown of the service cap is worn. Excludes FRAME, SERVICE HAT.

FRAME,SERVICE HAT

A portion of the service hat usually consisting of a band, brim, unfinished crown, and crown support, over which the crown of the service hat is worn. Excludes FRAME, SERVICE CAP.

CAP,GARRISON

A cap worn by military personnel. It is of nonrigid construction, without a visor, and folds flat when not in use.

HAVELOCK

A covering for a cap, hat, or the like, with an extended back and sides, which are sometimes fastened in front, to protect the neck from the sun or inclement weather. Excludes HOOD, RAIN.

HOOD,RAIN

A nonfitted head covering worn for protection against wind and rain. It may be worn over any shaped hat or cap or directly over the head. It usually has provisions for attaching to a raincoat. Excludes COVER, SERVICE CAP; and HAVLOCK.

SPORT SHIRT,MAN'S

An outer garment intended for casual or recreational wear by males past the age of physical maturity. It is usually made of a lightweight fabric.

JUMPER,MAN'S

A slipover, shirtlike garment worn by males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes JUMPER, UTILITY.

SHIRT,MAN'S

A shirt designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHIRT, UTILITY.

COAT,MAN'S

A coat for males past the age of physical maturity.

JACKET,MAN'S

A jacket for males past the age of physical maturity.

OVERCOAT,MAN'S

An overcoat for males past the age of physical maturity.

TROUSERS,MEN'S

Trousers designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes TROUSERS, COMBAT; TROUSERS, CONVALESCENT PATIENTS'; TROUSERS, DISPOSABLE; TROUSERS, FOOD HANDLERS'; TROUSERS, OPERATING, SURGICAL and TROUSERS, UTILITY.

SUIT,MAN'S

A two-piece garment generally consisting of coat and trousers, usually the same material and color, designed for males past the age of physical maturity. In the military, it may be a used uniform without insignia buttons, issued to personnel dishonorably discharged.

UNIFORM,MAN'S

A uniform designed for males past the age of physical maturity.

PARKA,MAN'S

A parka designed for males past the age of physical maturity.

RAINCOAT,MAN'S

A raincoat for males past the age of physical maturity.

JACKET,WET WEATHER

A jacket designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain, sea spray and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

LINER,MAN'S OVERCOAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under a man's overcoat to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

CAP,SERVICE

A cap worn by military personnel. It has a round crown which is usually stiffened with a crown support. It usually has a visor.

BELT,COAT

A belt worn with a coat designed for individuals past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BELT,MILITARY POLICE.

COVER,SERVICE CAP

An item designed to fit over the finished crown of a service cap, or the entire cap including the visor, usually for the purpose of protecting the cap in wet weather. It may also be used to change the color for seasonal wear or for special duty use. Excludes HOOD, RAIN.

CROWN,SERVICE HAT

The removable top portion of a service hat that fits over the unfinished crown of a service hat frame for the purpose of changing the color for seasonal wear. Excludes CROWN, SERVICE CAP.

OVERALLS,MEN'S

A trouser like outer garment having a bib and shoulder straps. It may be lined or designed to accommodate a removable liner. Do not use if a more specific item name is applicable. Excludes OVERALLS, WET WEATHER and OVERALLS, COLD WEATHER.

HAT,UTILITY

A multipurpose hat for work, casual wear including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items designed for specific sports.

COVERALLS,MEN'S

Coveralls designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes COVERALLS, UTILITY, NUCLEAR SUBMARINE.

HAT,RAIN

A hat usually made of coated fabric and designed to protect the head from rain or snow. It may have earflaps. Excludes HAT, SOU'WESTER.

PROTECTOR,SERVICE CAP CROWN

A usually round or oval-shaped, flexible item, normally made of transparent material, designed to be attached to the inside of a service cap crown to protect it from stain.

SHORTS,MEN'S

An outer garment extending from the waist and reaching part way to the knees, covering each leg separately. They are designed for males past the age of physical maturity. They may be worn as a component of the military service tropical uniform. Excludes items normally worn for athletic activities.

CAP,KNIT

A cap of knitted construction, usually possessing elasticity which permits a snug fit to the head.

SWEATBAND,HEADWEAR

A narrow band fitted around the inside edge of the crown of a hat or cap. It is designed to protect the headwear from grease and perspiration stains.

CROWN SUPPORT AND STAY ASSEMBLY,SERVICE CAP

A circular item of tubular rubber, wire, or the like, designed to stretch and hold the crown of the service cap in a smooth flat position. It has a metal stay attached to the center front.

PARKA,WET WEATHER

A parka designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain or sea spray, and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

OVERALLS,WET WEATHER

A trouser like garment of double texture fabric having a bib and shoulder straps. It is specifically designed to be worn with a PARKA, WET WEATHER and normally worn over TROUSERS as a protection against driving rain or sea spray; may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives. Excludes OVERALLS, MEN's.

LINER,WET WEATHER PONCHO

An item made to conform to the shape of the wet weather poncho to provide added protection and warmth. It is designed to be attached to and convert the poncho to a sleeping bag or blanket.

BERET,MAN'S

A round, flat, soft, visorless cap, rather tight fitting, designed for males who have reached the age of physical maturity.

KILT,SCOTTISH HIGHLANDER'S

A short, pleated skirt reaching to the knees. It is made of a tartan plaid cloth representative of a Scottish Clan.

DOUBLET,MILITARY,SCOTTISH HIGHLANDER'S

A man's close-fitting, sleeved outer garment extending from the shoulders to just below the waist.

BONNET,BALMORAL

A cap which has a round, brimless, flat top, with or without a tassel (tourri) in the center of the top. It is designed for men.

BONNET,GLENGARRY

A cap which is creased lengthwise across the top, often having short ribbons at the back. It is designed for men.

SPORRAN,SCOTTISH HIGHLANDER'S

A large, leather pouch, usually covered with fur or hair. It is worn hanging from the front of the Sporran Belt with the dress costume of Scottish Highlander's.

TROUSERS,WET WEATHER

Trousers designed to be worn over outer clothing as a protection against driving rain, or sea spray, and may also be used with combat gear when handling explosives.

CAP,CIVILIAN UNIFORM

An official or distinctive cap worn by members of a particular group, especially when on duty.

CROWN,SERVICE CAP

The removable top portion of a service cap that fits over the crown support and stay assembly of the service cap frame. Excludes CROWN, SERVICE HAT.

PONCHO,WET WEATHER

An item usually rectangular in shape with an opening centrally located to permit it to be slipped over the head. It may have a hood and provisions for side closure. It is designed for protection against driving rain or sea spray.

MAINTENANCE KIT,WET WEATHER CLOTHING

A maintenance kit consisting of such items as patching material, adhesive, and instructions necessary to maintain wet weather clothing such as parkas, trousers, and the like.

COVER,SERVICE HAT

An item designed to fit over the finished crown of a service hat, or the entire hat including the brim, usually for the purpose of protecting the hat in wet weather.

JUMPER,UTILITY

A multipurpose slipover, shirtlike garment for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes jumpers worn for dress and those designed for specific sports.

TROUSERS,UTILITY

Multipurpose trousers for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes trousers worn for dress and those designed for specific sports.

SHIRT,UTILITY

A multipurpose shirt for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items specifically designed for specific sports. Excludes SHIRT, MAN'S and SHIRT, WOMAN'S.

JACKET,UTILITY

A multipurpose jacket for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes JACKET (1), ATHLETE'S WARM UP; JACKET (1), MAN'S and JACKET (1), WOMAN'S.

BREECHES,MEN'S

An outer garment extending from the waist to the calf of the leg and sometimes to the ankle. Each leg is usually provided with a leg opening from the knee to the bottom of the garment. This opening is usually closed either with laces, buttons, slide fasteners, or the like.

HARDWARE SET,CHIN STRAP

A collection of common hardware items, such as buckles, balls and hooks specifically designed for use in assembling and attaching release assemblies for chin straps.

COAT,ALL-WEATHER

A multi-purpose outer garment specifically designed to provide protection in varying weather conditions. It is always furnished with a removable liner to provide additional warmth when required. Excludes COAT (1), COLD WEATHER; COAT (1), HOT WEATHER; COAT (1), MAN'S; and RAINCOAT (as modified).

HOOD,ALL-WEATHER COAT

A head covering made of water repellent materials specifically designed for wear with the all-weather coat. It may be provided with a method of attachment to the coat. Excludes HOOD, COLD WEATHER and HOOD, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

COAT,UTILITY

A multi-purpose coat for work and casual wear, including athlete activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress. Excludes COAT (1), MAN'S.

LINER,MAN'S RAINCOAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under a man's raincoat to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

VEST,MAN'S

A vest designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

BELT,ALL-WEATHER COAT

A belt worn with an all-weather coat. It is made of matching material.

BERET,MAN'S AND WOMAN'S

INC 36893 REINSTATED ON 013015~A round, flat, soft, visorless cap, rather tight fitting, designed for males/females who have reached the age of physical maturity. See also BERET, WOMEN'S.

COLLAR,SHIRT

A detachable item designed to fit to the neck band of a shirt.

PEAK,CAP

A projecting piece attached to the front part of a cap. It is designed primairly to shade the eyes from the sun.

SWEATER

An outer garment, usually knitted or crocheted, covering the top portion of the body.

COVERALLS,UTILITY

A multi-purpose coverall for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, excercising or the like. May also be used by submarine personnel. Excludes COVERALLS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE; COVERALLS, MEN'S and COVERALLS, WOMEN'S.

CAP,CEREMONIAL

A head covering device worn by military personnel who are assigned particularly formal duties in military ceremonies. May be made from fur, feathers, cloth, leather, or a combination of these or similar materials.

CLOAK

(All Except USA)A loose fitting outer garment designed to be draped over and round the shoulders fastening at the neck and/or down the front, may include wide sleeves. It terminates below the knees. For items terminating above the knee see CAPE (as modified).

SUIT,WET WEATHER

A two-piece weather-resistant garment consisting of a coat with or without a hood and trousers. It is used to protect the wearer against the rain.

RAINCOAT,UNISEX

An outer garment designed to be worn by men and women.

SUIT,EVENING DRESS,MAN'S

A specially designed three-piece garmant consisting of jacket, vest and trousers. It is usually worn on evening parties.

JACKET,EVENING DRESS,MAN'S

A jacket for males past the age of physical maturity. It is part of a SUIT, EVENING DRESS, MAN'S and usually worn on evening parties.

VEST,EVENING DRESS,MAN'S

A vest designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity. It is part of a SUIT, EVENING DRESS, MAN'S and usually worn on evening parties.

PARKA,UNISEX

A parka designed to be worn either by males or females. Excludes PARKA, MAN'S and PARKA, WOMAN'S.

BERET,UNISEX

A round flat, soft, rather tight fitting visorless cap designed to be worn by males and females.

BREECHES

An outer garment, extending from the waist to the calf of the leg and sometimes to the ankle. Each leg is usually provided with a leg opening from the knee to the bottom of the garment. This opening is usually closed either with laces, buttons, slide fasteners or the like. If the item is designed for riding use FSC 8415

HAT,SERVICE

A hat having a full brim which may be straight or turned-up. It may have a chin strap.

TURBAN

A head covering usually worn by women. It is usually without a brim or it may have a very short brim turned up closely.

CAP,UTILITY

A multipurpose cap with a visor for work, casual wear including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items designed for specific sports.

FRAME,SERVICE CAP

A portion of the service cap usually consisting of a band, visor, grommet, and a support and stay assembly, over which the cover and/or crown of the service cap is worn. Excludes FRAME, SERVICE HAT.

FRAME,SERVICE HAT

A portion of the service hat usually consisting of a band, brim, unfinished crown, and crown support, over which the crown of the service hat is worn. Excludes FRAME, SERVICE CAP.

CAP,GARRISON

A cap worn by military personnel. It is of nonrigid construction, without a visor, and folds flat when not in use.

HAVELOCK

A covering for a cap, hat, or the like, with an extended back and sides, which are sometimes fastened in front, to protect the neck from the sun or inclement weather. Excludes HOOD, RAIN.

HOOD,RAIN

A nonfitted head covering worn for protection against wind and rain. It may be worn over any shaped hat or cap or directly over the head. It usually has provisions for attaching to a raincoat. Excludes COVER, SERVICE CAP; and HAVLOCK.

DRESS,WOMAN'S

A dress designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

SHORTS,WOMEN'S

An outer garment extending from the waist and reaching part way to the knees, covering each leg separately. Designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

SKIRT,WOMAN'S

A separate outer garment, for females past the age of physical maturity, covering the body from the waistline down.

SLACKS,WOMEN'S

A trouser like outer garment designed for females past the age of physical maturity.Excludes SLACKS, UTILITY.

RAINCOAT,WOMAN'S

A raincoat for females past the age of physical maturity.

SHIRT,WOMAN'S

A shirt designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHIRT, UTILITY.

UNIFORM,WOMAN'S

A uniform designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

COAT,WOMAN'S

A coat for females past the age of physical maturity.

OVERCOAT,WOMAN'S

An overcoat for females past the age of physical maturity.

CAP,SERVICE

A cap worn by military personnel. It has a round crown which is usually stiffened with a crown support. It usually has a visor.

JACKET,WOMAN'S

A jacket for females past the age of physical maturity.

COVER,SERVICE CAP

An item designed to fit over the finished crown of a service cap, or the entire cap including the visor, usually for the purpose of protecting the cap in wet weather. It may also be used to change the color for seasonal wear or for special duty use. Excludes HOOD, RAIN.

CROWN,SERVICE HAT

The removable top portion of a service hat that fits over the unfinished crown of a service hat frame for the purpose of changing the color for seasonal wear. Excludes CROWN, SERVICE CAP.

HAT,UTILITY

A multipurpose hat for work, casual wear including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items designed for specific sports.

HAT,RAIN

A hat usually made of coated fabric and designed to protect the head from rain or snow. It may have earflaps. Excludes HAT, SOU'WESTER.

PROTECTOR,SERVICE CAP CROWN

A usually round or oval-shaped, flexible item, normally made of transparent material, designed to be attached to the inside of a service cap crown to protect it from stain.

CAP,KNIT

A cap of knitted construction, usually possessing elasticity which permits a snug fit to the head.

CROWN SUPPORT AND STAY ASSEMBLY,SERVICE CAP

A circular item of tubular rubber, wire, or the like, designed to stretch and hold the crown of the service cap in a smooth flat position. It has a metal stay attached to the center front.

CAP,CIVILIAN UNIFORM

An official or distinctive cap worn by members of a particular group, especially when on duty.

CROWN,SERVICE CAP

The removable top portion of a service cap that fits over the crown support and stay assembly of the service cap frame. Excludes CROWN, SERVICE HAT.

COVER,SERVICE HAT

An item designed to fit over the finished crown of a service hat, or the entire hat including the brim, usually for the purpose of protecting the hat in wet weather.

SLACKS,UTILITY

A multipurpose, trouser like outer garment for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items desinged for specific sports and SLACKS, GIRLS' and SLACKS, WOMEN'S.

SHIRT,UTILITY

A multipurpose shirt for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes items worn for dress and items specifically designed for specific sports. Excludes SHIRT, MAN'S and SHIRT, WOMAN'S.

JACKET,UTILITY

A multipurpose jacket for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, or the like. Excludes JACKET (1), ATHLETE'S WARM UP; JACKET (1), MAN'S and JACKET (1), WOMAN'S.

SKIRT,UTILITY

A multipurpose skirt for work and casual wear, including athletic activities, exercising, and the like. Excludes SKIRT, WOMAN'S.

BERET,WOMAN'S

A round, flat, soft, visorless cap, rather tight fitting, designed for females who have reached the age of physical maturity.

PARKA,WOMAN'S

A parka designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

TUNIC,WOMAN'S

A blouselike garment with or without sleeves, extending from the neck to the hips, or approximately mid-thigh. It is usually fitted or slightly fitted at the waist, and may be worn with a belt. It is designed to be worn with and on the outside of skirts, slacks, shorts, culottes, or the like. It is not designed to be worn alone as a dress. Excludes SHIRT (1), WOMAN'S and DRESS (1), WOMAN'S.

LINER,WOMAN'S RAINCOAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under a woman's raincoat to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

VEST,WOMAN'S

A vest designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. It is usually worn with a suit or matching ensemble.

LINER,WOMAN'S OVERCOAT

A removable garment designed to be worn under a woman's overcoat to provide additional warmth. It has means for attaching it to the outer garment.

HARDWARE SET,CHIN STRAP

A collection of common hardware items, such as buckles, balls and hooks specifically designed for use in assembling and attaching release assemblies for chin straps.

COAT,ALL-WEATHER

A multi-purpose outer garment specifically designed to provide protection in varying weather conditions. It is always furnished with a removable liner to provide additional warmth when required. Excludes COAT (1), COLD WEATHER; COAT (1), HOT WEATHER; COAT (1), MAN'S; and RAINCOAT (as modified).

HOOD,ALL-WEATHER COAT

A head covering made of water repellent materials specifically designed for wear with the all-weather coat. It may be provided with a method of attachment to the coat. Excludes HOOD, COLD WEATHER and HOOD, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

DRESS,MATERNITY

An outer garment designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. It is worn over the under clothing. Excludes DRESS, GIRLS and DRESS, WOMAN'S.

SLACKS,MATERNITY

A trouser like outer garment usually worn with COAT (1), MATERNITY. They may be worn for dress or as a utility garment.

COAT,MATERNITY

An outer garment usually worn with SLACKS, MATERNITY. It may be worn for dress or as a utility garment.

TUNIC,MATERNITY

A blouse-like garment, with or wityout sleeves, extending from the neck to the hips, or approximately mid-thigh. It is usually worn with SLACKS, MATERNITY. Excludes TUNIC, WOMAN'S.

BELT,ALL-WEATHER COAT

A belt worn with an all-weather coat. It is made of matching material.

COVERALLS,WOMEN'S

Coveralls designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes COVERALLS, UTILITY, NUCLEAR SUBMARINE.

COLLAR,SHIRT

A detachable item designed to fit to the neck band of a shirt.

UNIFORM,MATERNITY

An outfit designed for pregnant personnel, furnished with or without insignia buttons.

PEAK,CAP

A projecting piece attached to the front part of a cap. It is designed primairly to shade the eyes from the sun.

SHIRT,MATERNITY

A shirt designed to be worn underneath a TUNIC, MATERNITY for females past the age of physical maturity and worn during the state of pregnancy.

JUMPER,WOMEN'S

A slipover, shirtlike garment worn by females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes JUMPER, UTILITY.

SKIRT,MATERNITY

An outer garment to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. It is worn over the under clothing. Excludes SKIRT, GIRL'S; SKIRT, UTILITY and SKIRT, WOMAN'S.

SWEATER

An outer garment, usually knitted or crocheted, covering the top portion of the body.

CLOAK

(All Except USA)A loose fitting outer garment designed to be draped over and round the shoulders fastening at the neck and/or down the front, may include wide sleeves. It terminates below the knees. For items terminating above the knee see CAPE (as modified).

SHORTS,WOMEN'S UNIFORM

An outer garment extending from the waist and reaching part way to the knees, covering each leg separately. They are designed for females past the age of physical maturity. They are worn as a component of the military service tropical uniform. Excludes items normally worn for athletic activities.

SUIT,EVENING DRESS,WOMAN'S

A specially designed two-piece garment consisting of jacket and skirt. It is usually worn on evening parties.

JACKET,EVENING DRESS,WOMAN'S

A jacket for females past the age of physical maturity. It is part of a SUIT, EVENING DRESS, WOMAN'S and usually worn on evening parties.

TROUSERS,WOMEN'S

Trousers designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes Trousers, Combat&#59; Trousers, Convalescent Patients', Trousers Disposable, Trousers, Food Handlers'&#59; Trousers, Operating, Surgical and Trousers, Utility.

BREECHES

An outer garment, extending from the waist to the calf of the leg and sometimes to the ankle. Each leg is usually provided with a leg opening from the knee to the bottom of the garment. This opening is usually closed either with laces, buttons, slide fasteners or the like. If the item is designed for riding use FSC 8415

SPORT SHIRT,WOMAN'S

An outer garmet intended for casual or recreational wear by females past the age of physical maturity. It is usually made of a lightweight fabric.

VEST,EVENING DRESS,WOMAN'S

A vest designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. It is part of a SUIT,EVENING DRESS,WOMAN'S and usually worn on evening parties.

SUNGLASSES

An item worn over, but generally does not inclose the eyes. The lenses are smoked or tinted to afford protection against the sun's glare or other excessive light rays. They may have optical or polarizing qualities. Excludes prescription type sunglasses.

GOGGLES,VARIABLE DENSITY

Goggles having adjustable filters, permitting the graduation of the intensity of light.

TEMPLE,SPECTACLE

One of the side bars of a pair of spectacles joined to the bows and passing one on either side of the head. It may also be used in sunglasses, opaque shields, safety goggles, and similar items.

CANTEEN,WATER

An item of rigid or collapsible construction used for carrying water which may include a cup and/or cover. Some collapsible types may be inflated and used as flotation devices.

LACE,SLEEPING BAG CASE

A long, narrow cord used to secure a sleeping bag case to a sleeping bag.

SHOULDER STRAP,SIDE ARM,MILITARY POLICE

A strap, usually made of leather, and having hardware specially designed for military police. It is designed to be worn over the shoulder to support a holster which is attached to the base of the strap. Excludes SHOULDER STRAP, SIDE ARM, AIR POLICE.

BAG,BARRACKS

A container usually made of woven twill, denim or duck cloth or other flexible material used by military personnel as a general purpose bag, it has a drawstring closing and is without a locking device. It is designed to hold laundry. See also BAG, DUFFEL.

BAG,CARGO,AERIAL DELIVERY

An item of flexible material, with fittings and fasteners used for delivery of cargo. It is dropped from an aircraft by parachute. Excludes ROLL, CARGO, AERIAL DELIVERY.

POLE,SKI

A long metal pole with a metal ferrule, a snow ring, handgrip and thong. The length may be adjustable. It is used to propel and balance a skier.

TIP,SKI

The front portion of a ski, used in emergency field repair of skis.

CLIMBERS,SKI

A strip of cloth usually mohair, attachable to the underside of skis to facilitate the climbing of snow covered slopes.

CRAMPONS,MOUNTAIN

Items having long spikes, designed to be attached to the bottom of shoes, covering sole and heel to prevent slipping when walking on ice or frozen snow. They are commonly used in mountain areas. Excludes CREEPERS, ICE.

SNAP LINK,MOUNTAIN PITON

A metal snaplike device for securing a belaying rope to an anchored piton.

CREEPERS,ICE

A device with short spikes, which can be secured to the bottom of shoes, covering the sole, to prevent slipping when walking on ice or frozen snow. Excludes CRAMPONS, MOUNTAIN.

LACES,SKI REPAIR

A long, narrow strip of leather, or the like, used in the emergency repair of skis.

PITON,MOUNTAIN

A steel spike or tube of various widths and shapes which is driven into cracks of rocks to provide security for men or equipment in operations involving steep ascents. May be driven into ice for the same purpose.

PAD,SHOULDER,PACKBOARD

A padded item designed for attachment to the shoulder straps of a RUCKSACK or a PACKBOARD to protect the shoulders of the wearer.

WHISTLE,BALL

A small instrument for producing sharp, shrill sounds more or less musical. It is used by military police and referees in athletic events, for calling formations on drill grounds and similar occasions.

MEGAPHONE,HAND

A truncated cone open at both ends. It is used to direct vocal sounds in greater volume toward a certain point.

HANDCUFFS

A metal device consisting of two key locking bracelets attached to two or more links of chain and when secured around the wrists of an apprehended person, restricts physical movement.

LEG IRONS

A metal device consisting of two key locking bracelets attached to two or more links of chain and when secured around the ankles of any apprehended person, restricts physical movement.

BELT,MILITARY POLICE

A belt designed to be worn by military police for carrying side arms while performing police duties within the Armed Forces.

TAG,IDENTIFICATION,PERSONNEL

An item used for the purpose of personnel identification. It may or may not be inscribed. It has a hole or other means of attaching to the person. Excludes TAG, IDENTIFICATION, ANIMAL.

MATTRESS,PNEUMATIC

An article of bedding which is air inflatable and when deflated can be rolled into a compact unit.It is usually made of rubber or rubberized cloth.

HARNESS,MAN'S SLED

A device used to pull a toboggan or sled over snow-covered terrain by man power. The load is pulled from the waist by means of a belt-like strap to which lines are attached.

PACKBOARD

A carrying frame for transporting heavy loads by manpower. May include shoulder or quick release straps, lashing hooks, pads and/or cargo attachments.

POCKET,AMMUNITION MAGAZINE

A receptacle having one or more compartments with flap closure(s). It is designed to be worn on a belt or may have a shoulder strap. It is designed to carry a reserve supply of ammunition.

CASE,HANDCUFFS

A pocket-like case with flap and snap fastener designed to hold a pair of handcuffs. It is designed to be attached to a belt.

THONG,EMERGENCY

A strip cut from tanned animal hide, or a cut length of cord, used in emergencies, chiefly by combat troops, to bind or secure objects.

FIBER ROPE ASSEMBLY,SINGLE LEG

An assembly of fiber rope with or without terminal attachments in a continuous run from end to end. (If without attachments, one end must terminate in a loop.) It may contain intermediate and/or end attachments such as sliding or fixed ring(s) or hook(s).

SCABBARD,SWORD

BOX,MATCH

A box designed to hold matches. It may be watertight and it may have a striking bar and a sparking disk.

BAG,WATER CARRYING

A container usually made of duck cloth or other flexible material suitable for carrying drinking and cooking water. It may have a spout faucet and a carrying handle(s) or shoulder strap. Excludes BAG, DRINKING WATER STORAGE.

BAG,DUFFEL

A container made of flexible material designed to carry military clothing and personal equipment. It has facilities such as handle(s), strap(s), or sling(s), for carrying and a top closure. It may have provisions for locking and may have outside pocket(s). Excludes BAG, BARRACKS; BAG, CLOTHING, WATERPROOF; and BAG, PERSONAL EFFECTS.

BAG,PARACHUTIST'S EQUIPMENT

A container of flexible material specifically designed to hold equipment carried on a parachute jump. It usually is equipped with drop cord to relieve the jumper of the weight of the bag when nearing the ground.

CASE,VESSEL INSPECTION EQUIPMENT

A canvas case with compartments and tool retainers designed to hold special manuals, copies of regulations, and several small tools, e.g., pliers, flashlight(s), crescent wrench, steel tape, portable scale(s). The case is designed to be carried by hand or over the shoulder.

CARRIER,INTRENCHING TOOL

A pocket-like item with flap and snap fastener designed to hold an INTRENCHING TOOL, HAND. It is designed to be attached to a belt.

BAG,AMMUNITION

A container usually made of heavy weight duck, medium weight coated cloth, or similar flexible material. It is designed to transport various types of grenades and other ammunition. A permanent hand carrying strap is provided and/or means for attaching a general purpose shoulder sling.

CARRIER,PICK MATTOCK

An item of duck cloth, or other suitable material, designed to hang from the wearer's belt and hold a pick mattox when not in use.

SATCHEL,PHYSICIAN'S

A small bag with a flat bottom designed to accommodate medical/surgical supplies. The bag interior may be compartmented and/or designed to include trays. It is designed with a handle.

SLING,BAG AND CASE CARRYING

A sling with fasteners at each end for attaching to the item to be carried. Excludes SLING, UNIVERSAL, INDIVIDUAL LOAD CARRYING.

KEEPER,BELT-STRAP

A rectangular strip fastened or fabricated into loop form used to retain the loose end(s) of a belt or strap. See also KEEPER, SLIDE.

CARRIER,PISTOL HOLSTER

A device designed to slide over a pistol belt. It is designed so that a pistol holster may be attached.

BLADDER,FLOTATION

An envelope of rubberized fabric, plastic, or other suitable flexible material. It may have an air intake tube and straps for attachment. When inflated, it is designed to float the wearer or small equipment. When not inflated, it may be used as a water carrying device.

NECKLACE,PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION TAG

Consists of two bead chain loops each adjustable for size. The larger loop encircles the wearer's neck and is of a diameter to accommodate a TAG, IDENTIFICATION, PERSONNEL. The smaller loop entwines with the larger loop and is designed to suspend a second TAG, IDENTIFICATION, PERSONNEL in a regulation manner.

BAG,MAIL CARRIER'S

A container designed for carrying mail. It is usually furnished with a shoulder strap.

CARRIER,GRENADE

A container of flexible material specifically designed to carry hand grenades. It is designed to be attached to a belt.

CASE,SHOTGUN AMMUNITION

A case of flexible material specifically designed to hold shotgun ammunition. It is designed to be attached to a belt.

REPAIR KIT,SKI

A repair kit consisting of certain tools and other items such as, adhesive plaster, laces, screws, and steel wire for repairing skis.

CLIP,END,STRAP

An item designed to be attached to the end of a strap, belt, or the like, to provide a rigid end for convenient insertion into a buckle, keeper, loop and the like and/or restrict wear or unraveling of the strap end.

HOLDER,CARTRIDGE,BELT

A device to hold ammuntion in individual loops or compartments, usually attached to the belt.

BUCKLE

A fastening device used to join two ends of a belt, strap or the like. It may be a single unit designed to be attached to one end of a belt or strap and secure the opposite end by penetration, by clamping, or by friction, or it may consist of male and female sections having one section attached at each end of the belt or strap and joins the two ends by a hook-like or other interlocking action.

UMBRELLA,BEACH

A large shade or screen of sunproof cloth on a folding radial frame, designed to protect people against the sun.

GOGGLES,SUN

Goggles having lenses stitched or otherwise firmly attached to the frame. They are designed to protect the eyes from glare of sunlight and excessive light, such as emitted by tracer bullets. They are generally shaped to have facial contact around the entire periphery of the frame and held in place by a head band. Excludes GOGGLES, SUN, WIND AND DUST; GOGGLES, FLYERS'; GOGGLES INDUSTRIAL; and goggles having corrective lenses.

PROTECTOR,TROUSERS,PISTOL HOLSTER

A flat cloth item having eyelets at the top and a loop across face near the bottom. It is designed for attaching to back of pistol holster and is used to prevent pistol holster from soiling trousers.

SHEATH,AX

A protective cover of heavy fabric designed to hold an ax. It has hooks for attaching to a belt.

SHEATH,MACHETE

A carrying case designed to conform to the shape of a machete. It functions as a protective cover and has hooks for attaching to a belt.

STRAP,WEBBING

A narrow strip of webbing cut to a definite length, having one or both ends processed. It is usually designed for, and may have, one or more attachments or fasteners, such as BUCKLE; LOOP, STRAP FASTENER; strap end clip; RING, DEE; Hook; and the like. Excludes STRAP, BERTH, MATTRESS RETAINING; STRAP, CHIN; safety straps; and WEBBING, TEXTILE. Do not use if a more specific item name applies.

GOGGLES,DARKNESS ADAPTATION

A device, completely inclosing the eyes, having a plastic filter lens with spectral transmission characteristics to condition the eyes from daylight viewing to darkness viewing, prior to such operations as fluoroscopy, night flying, etc. The item is not designed for protection against industrial hazards.

CASE,FIELD FIRST AID DRESSING

A case designed to be attached to the belt of members of the Military Police of U. S. Army and Air Force. It is designed to hold one first aid dressing. Excludes CASE, FIELD FIRST AID DRESSING-UNMOUNTED MAGNETIC COMPASS.

COVER,WATER CANTEEN

An item usually made of cloth, designed to fit around and hold a CANTEEN, WATER.

KEEPER,DUFFEL BAG

A U-shaped device attached to a bag and used with a padlock, hook-type fastener, or a pin, to secure closure of bag.

GOGGLES,FLYERS'

Goggles supplied with a replaceable lens(es) for haze penetration, instrument flying training, or the like, designed for use by aircrew personnel. This item is not designed for protection againt industrial hazards. Excludes GOGGLES, INDUSTRIAL and GOGGLES, SUN.

SWORD AND SCABBARD

A hand weapon having a hilt and a long, sharp pointed blade. Excludes SABER AND SCABBARD.

STOPPER,PNEUMATIC MATTRESS INFLATING TUBE

An item used to close the outlet opening of the inflating tube of a pneumatic mattress.

SURVIVAL KIT,INDIVIDUAL

A group of emergency items, such as a compass, first aid kit, matches, food packet, certain hand tools, and utensils for use by persons stranded in isolated areas. It is usually contained in a bag, case or the like.

STRAP,PACKBOARD

An item of flexible material used for securing a load to a packboard. It may have a buckle on one end through which the other end of the strap is passed. It may also have a quick release buckle to permit instant removal of the load from the packboard.

COVER,BAYONET SCABBARD

An item designed to hang from a belt and act as a covering for a bayonet scabbard.

CARRIER,SWORD SCABBARD

An item of leather folded to form two plies. It is designed to be attached to a belt and is provided with means for holding a sword scabbard.

CASE,FIELD FIRST AID DRESSING-UNMOUNTED MAGNETIC COMPASS

A case designed to be attached to a belt and used to carry either one FIELD FIRST AID DRESSING or an UNMOUNTED MAGNETIC COMPASS. Excludes CASE, FIELD FIRST AID DRESSING.

SLEEPING BAG

An item usually made of waterproof material, and normally padded or insulated for heat retention. It is designed to protect personnel sleeping outdoors from cold and dampness or moisture.

SNOW RING,SKI POLE

A wheel like device attached to the lower part of a ski pole to limit its penetration into the snow.

CASE,SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION

A rectangular item of individual load carrying equipment designed to carry ammunition for small arms. The ammunition may be loose or loaded in clips. Excludes POCKET, AMMUNITION MAGAZINE, and BAG, AMMUNITION.

HARNESS,PARACHUTIST'S WEAPONS AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT PACK

An item designed to be used by airborne personnel to carry his individual combat load during airborne operations. It is provided with a lowering line for attachment to a parachute harness, with a quick release device to free the weight of the pack from the parachutist and permit independent descent of man and equipment.

PACK,PARACHUTIST'S WEAPONS AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT

A rectangular carrying device of adjustable size designed with the necessary adjusting straps to accommodate weapons and individual equipment of airborne personnel.

SLING,UNIVERSAL,INDIVIDUAL LOAD CARRYING

A sling equipped with hardware to provide for separating and fastening various types of loads by individual personnel. The sling may be used singly or in pairs, depending on the type weight of the load to be carried.

PACK AND HARNESS ASSEMBLY,PARACHUTIST'S WEAPONS AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT

A complete unit consisting of the pack and the harness specifically designed to carry the weapons and individual equipment of airborne personnel while parachuting from plane.

BOATSWAIN'S PIPE

A small shrill whistlelike item used aboard ship to attract attention for orders and for side rail ceremonies.

NET,UTILITY

An open mesh item processed to a specific size which is used by an individual for general purposes, such as to provide a camouflage screen; to wrap up items to be temporarily stored in trees; as a fishing net, etc.

HAMMOCK,JUNGLE

An item specifically designed to be used in jungle areas to provide sleeping accommodations for one person. It consists of a lightweight sleeping panel and a means for attaching a canopy which may or may not be included. It may also have insect netting top and side panels. It is designed to be suspended by ropes at each end of the sleeping panel but may also have sleeves along the sides for suspending by poles.

GOGGLES,SUN,WIND AND DUST

Goggles designed to protect the eyes from glare of sunlight and excessive light, such as emitted by tracer bullets and from dust and wind. They are generally shaped to have facial contact around the entire periphery of the frame, and held in place by a head band. They are designed for replacement lenses and may be furnished with one or more additional sets. Excludes GOGGLES, SUN; GOGGLES, FLYERS; GOGGLES, INNDUSTRIAL and goggles having corrective lenses.

LENS,SUN,WIND AND DUST GOGGLES

A replacement unit for GOGGLES, SUN, WIND AND DUST.

CUP,WATER CANTEEN

An item made of metal or plastic designed so that a CANTEEN, WATER fits into it for the sake of compactness. It is intended for use in drinking liquids.

MAINTENANCE KIT,COLD WEATHER BOOT-PNEUMATIC MATTRESS

A maintenance kit consisting of a rubber patch(s), adhesive, abrasive strip(s), or the like, and an instruction sheet. It is used in the emergency repair of punctures or small tears in the upper portion of insulated cold weather boots, or the emergency repair of pneumatic mattresses.

CASE,INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL KIT

A case designed to hold components of a SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL. It may be designed either as an inner or outer case and may have a strap or carrying handle.

BELT,INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT

An adjustable belt worn by military personnel armed with a pistol or carbine. It is used to carry various items of individual equipment, such as ammunition magazine; first aid pack; cover, water canteen; and a pistol holster, when required. It may be worn with SUSPENDERS, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT BELT. Excludes BELT, GENERAL OFFICER'S.

SNOWSHOES

Devices designed to be worn under the shoes to enable the wearer to walk over deep snow without sinking.

CASE,PARACHUTIST'S INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS

An adjustable fabric case which opens part way down one side and is equipped with a strap and hardware for adjusting its length. It is designed to carry and protect individual and crew served infantry weapons when parachuting from aircraft into combat areas. Excludes PACK, PARACHUTIST'S WEAPONS AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT and BAG, PARACHUTIST'S EQUIPMENT.

EDGE SECTION,SKI

A component of a sectional strip designed to reinforce and protect the edge of a ski.

RIFLE BUTT POCKET AND STRAP ASSEMBLY

A device designed to be attached to a rucksack to hold and position a rifle.

CASE,SKI REPAIR KIT

A case in which the ski repair kit is carried.

CAP,WATER CANTEEN

A close fitting cap designed to prevent leaking or spilling of contents of the water canteen.

COVER,WATERPROOF,UTILITY

An item fabricated from extruded layflat tubing of plastic film and has one end which is sealed. It may include a tie cord which is not attached to the cover. It is designed to provide a protective covering for small arms, personal effects, equipment, and the like, against rain and moisture. Do not use if a more specific name applies.

FASTENER,QUICK RELEASE,STRAP

A device consisting of a loop and an interlocking hinged type clamp capable of instant release by lifting the lever latch. It is designed primarily for releasing loads carried by an individual.

SABER AND SCABBARD

A heavy hand weapon having a hilt and slightly curved blade. Excludes SWORD AND SCABBARD.

CASE,MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT,SMALL ARMS

A small, envelope-like case having compartments to hold a combination tool, small arms cleaning rod swab section, bore cleaning brush, and lubricant case necessary for maintenance of small arms. It has a fold over flap closure with tie tapes to fasten around the bottom of the carrier. It is designed to be attached to a belt.

SHOULDER STRAP,PACKBOARD

A strap worn over the shoulders that is designed to be fastened to the top and bottom of a packboard. It is designed so as to place the bulk of the load carried on the shoulders of the wearer. It may have slide buckle(s) or keeper(s) for purposes of adjustment. It may also have a quick release buckle to permit instant removal of the packboard.

BAG,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OUTFIT

A waterproof airtight container made of flexible material designed to hold a chemical protective clothing outfit. Excludes BAG, CLOTHING WATERPROOF; and BAG, CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND SOCKS SET.

SHOWER PAIL,COLLAPSIBLE

A receptacle made of waterproof material, cylindrical or almost cylindrical in shape for catching, holding or carrying liquids. It has a handle for carrying or suspending and is specifically designed to accommodate a shower head assembly.

CARRIER,SLEEPING EQUIPMENT

A rectangular cloth item designed to carry sleeping equipment, having facilities for attaching to a belt and/or shoulder straps. Excludes CASE, SLEEPING BAG.

COVER,FLOTATION BLADDER

An item usually made of flexible material designed to fit around and act as a protective covering and carrier for a flotation bladder. It may have facilities for attaching the item to personnel or equipment.

BLADDER ASSEMBLY,FLOTATION

An item consisting of a flotation bladder, a cap, stopper, or other suitable closing device, and a protective covering which may also be used as a carrier.

PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION BAND KIT

A group of items consisting of envelope type wrist bands of suitable transparent material, name slips of plastic or other suitable material, rivets, a rivet attachment gun, a pair of scissors, an instruction sheet, or the like, contained in a case. The kit is used to make wrist bands for the identification of prisoners of war, U. S. military prisoners, casualties, stragglers, civilian internees, and the like.

COVER,PERSONNEL IDENTIFICATION TAG

A covering for a personnel identification tag, made of a lightweight nontoxic material on which the individual spectacle prescription of the wearer may be inscribed.

BAG,WET WEATHER CLOTHING

A flexible container of waterproof material specifically designed to protect and carry wet weather clothing such as trousers and parka. It is usually equipped with a means for attaching to a belt or the like. Excludes BAG, CLOTHING, WATERPROOF.

SHELF,CARGO SUPPORT

An item of rigid material designed to be attached to a packboard, field pack frame, or similar carrying device to furnish additional support and prevent shifting of the load.

SKIS

Strips of wood, metal, or plastic curved upward in front and sometimes in the back, and usually pointed. They are fastened to the feet to permit gliding over snow covered terrain.

BAG,DRINKING WATER STORAGE

A flexible, portable container usually made of duck cloth, designed for collecting and storing water. Excludes BAG, WATER CARRYING.

BAG,PERSONAL EFFECTS

A container made of flexible material designed for safeguarding personal effects of military personnel. It may have a number on its face with a corresponding numeric metal tag with a string or tape halter or an attached labeling panel. It is generally used by patients in hospitals, personnel using portable or trailer mounted bath units, or to return personal effects of deceased military personnel. Excludes BAG, DUFFEL.

BAG,SIGNAL EQUIPMENT,WATERPROOF

A container designed to carry signal equipment and provide protection against damage by moisture.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,SLEEPING BAG,CARRYING

An item consisting of parallel strap assemblies joined by cross straps, one of which forms a carrying handle. It has additional straps for attaching it to the field pack suspenders. It is an item of the soldier's individual equipment.

CLIPBOARD,PILOT'S

An item which is designed to be attached to a pilot's leg to accommodate a writing pad. A metal spring clip is securely mounted at each end to hold the pad. Pencil holders and a pencil sharpener are included, and it may have a light for illumination.

SLEEVELETS,HIGH VISIBILITY

A pair of cylindrically shaped items worn on the forearms and made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. They are designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

BELT,HIGH VISIBILITY

A belt made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. It may have an adjustable shoulder strap. It is designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

ARMBANDS,HIGH VISIBILITY

Narrow strips worn around the upper arms and made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. They are designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions. Excludes BRASSARD.

LEG BANDS,HIGH VISIBILITY

Narrow strips worn around the lower legs and made of materials and colors which emit or reflect light. They are designed to be worn primarily by personnel required to work in areas traversed by motor vehicles to provide a greater degree of visibility to vehicle operators at all times under varying climatic conditions.

CARRIER,KEY-WHISTLE

An item of leather, webbing, or other suitable material generally used by policemen, guards, or the like. It is designed to hang from the belt and hold a key(s) and/or whistle when not in use.

BAG,LAUNDRY

A container made of flexible material. It is designed for collecting, transporting, and/or storing of clothing, bedding, and linens. It may have carrying handles, hanger straps, or means for attaching to a frame.

STRAP,INVOLUNTARY,RESTRAINT

A narrow band made of strong flexible material having a self-locking device. It is designed to be secured around the ankles and/or wrists of an apprehended person to restrict physical movement. Excludes HANDCUFFS; LEG IRONS; RESTRAINT, ANKLE; and RESTRAINT, WRIST.

STRAP KIT,INVOLUNTARY RESTRAINT

A packaged collection of related items including ankle-wrist restraint straps, cutting tool, and marking pen. The strap component is primarily designed to restrict physical movement of one or more apprehend persons. Excludes RESTRAINT SET, WRIST AND ANKLE.

BAG,PARACHUTE CARRYING

A carrying container, made of flexible and strong material, specially designed for transporting one or more parachutes. The body is primarily reinforced and may comprise bellows, carrying handles, and closing means, such as slide fasteners or the like. The item may have inside pocket(s) for for holding documents. Excludes BAG, PARACHUTIST'S EQUIPMENT; and PACK, PERSONNEL PARACHUTE (as modified).

CARRIER,FLASHLIGHT

An item of leather, webbing, or other suitable material generally used by policemen, guards, or the like. It is designed to hang from the belt and hold a flashlight when not in use.

GOGGLES,LASER PROTECTIVE

Goggles designed to protect the eyes against possible harmful effects occasioned by the tactical and industrial use of lasers. They require proper fitting and adjusting to the individuals in order to provide maximum protection. Excludes GOGGLES, SUN; GOGGLES, SUN, WIND AND DUST; GOGGLES, FLYERS'; GOGGLES, INDUSTRIAL; and goggles having corrective lenses.

CASE,LASER PROTECTIVE GOGGLES

A case designed to be attached to a belt and used to carry one pair of laser protective goggles. It is usually lined with a soft material to protect the lenses of the goggles from being scratched or otherwise damaged. Excludes CASE, SPECTACLE.

HONOR GUARD EQUIPMENT SET

A collection of items required in the outfitting of personnel participating in honor guard and/or ceremonial duties.

SPECTACLES,LASER PROTECTIVE

Spectacles designed to provide an interim measure of protection against eye damage occasioned by tactical and industrial use of lasers. Excludes SPECTACLES (1), INDUSTRIAL and spectacles having corrective lenses.

FRAME,FIELD PACK

A tubular metal device designed to hold and support a field pack and/or cargo attachments.

LINER,FIELD PACK

An item usually made of coated cloth or other suitable waterproof material designed to fit inside a field pack to protect the contents from moisture. It may also be used as a flotation device for the individual carrying the field pack.

SUSPENDERS,INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT BELT

An assortment of straps designed to be worn over the shoulders, it attaches to and provides additional support to the individual equipment belt when in use.

FIELD PACK

An item carried on the individual's back secured by shoulder straps and/or straps attached to a carrying frame. Includes items designed to be hung from one shoulder or fastened to other equipment. It is designed to carry existence loads such as clothing, rations, and individual items, and may have separate pouches or pockets for additional items or individual equipment, ammunition and the like.

PACKBOARD BACK

A flexible piece of material specifically designed for attaching to, and forming, the back of a packboard.

PAIL,COLLAPSIBLE

A bucket made of flexible waterproof material. It has a carrying handle and may have hinged supports on each side which, when closed, collapse the pail. It may also have metal rings at the top and bottom which may be hinged to permit folding the pail in half when in the collapsed position.

CARRIER,PROJECTILE AND CARTRIDGE

A container specifically designed to carry projectiles and cartridges. It contains holders and ejectors for handling and protecting the projectile. It is designed to be attached to a belt or shoulder strap.

SPECTACLES,DARKNESS ADAPTATION

Spectacles designed with lenses having spectral transmission characteristics to condition the eyes from daylight viewing to darkness viewing, prior to such operations as fluoroscopy, night flying, etc. The item is not designed for protection against industrial hazards. Excludes GOGGLES, DARKNESS ADAPTATION.

HOOD,SLEEPING BAG

A flexible head covering of lightweight material, specifically designed to prevent the upper interior of a sleeping bag from becoming soiled. It has a circular face opening and is usually provided with a method for fastening it around or under the chin of the wearer. Excludes HOOD (as modified).

CARRIER,CHEMICAL MACE CARTRIDGE

An item usually of leather, or other suitable material generally used by police personnel, guards or the like. It is designed to be attached to or hung from the belt and hold a chemical mace cartridge when not in use.

BELT,SECURITY POLICE

A belt designed to be worn by personnel performing security duties within the confines of a base, post, camp or station. It is worn with a distinctive buckle with emblem and is usually worn with side arms.

COVER,FIELD PACK,CAMOUFLAGE

A cover fabricated from textile material designed to conform to the shape of, and to make the field pack inconspicuous against the natural background of the terrain. It is secured to the field pack by means of a drawstring, tie lines, and the like.

GENERAL PACKET,INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL KIT

An assembly of general supplies to provide emergency support for 24 hours; for use as a component of SURVIVAL KIT, INDIVIDUAL.

BINDING ASSEMBLY,SNOWSHOE

An assembly of straps, thongs and toe pieces designed to hold the boots to the snowshoes.

BINDING ASSEMBLY,SKI

An assembly of leather straps, metal plates, buckles, cables and toe irons with the necessary sinews and rivets, which is attached to the skis and designed to hold the skis to the boots.

FRAME ASSEMBLY,FIELD PACK

A complete assembly consisting of a frame and straps designed to support and transport a field pack and/or heavy load carried on the back of an individual. It may have additional straps and cargo attachments to accommodate additional items such as water cans, ammunition, electronic equipment and the like.

CLIMBER'S EQUIPMENT SET

A collection of items required to outfit personnel for climbing and rescuing operations conducted in mountainous terrain.

SKIER'S EQUIPMENT SET

A collection of items required to outfit personnel for hibernal operations.

COVER,WHISTLE MOUTHPIECE

A removable, replaceable, washable item made of a tasteless, odorless compound designed to cover the mouthpiece of a whistle for the purpose of affording protection to the teeth and lips of user from injury or varying weather conditions.

MOUTHPIECE,WATER CANTEEN

A removable replaceable item made of a tasteless, odorless material designed to be inserted into the top opening of water canteen for the purpose of affording protection to the teeth and mouth of the user from injury or varying weather conditions.

GUARD,SPIKE,CRAMPONS

A preshaped flexible item specifically designed as a protective cover over the crampon spikes to prevent injury when being carried by the user.

STRAP SET,CRAMPONS

A group of straps designed to provide means of attaching and/or strapping various types of boots to a crampon.

CASE,PERSONAL CREDENTIALS

A billfold type case designed to fit in a pocket of wearing apparel for the purpose of carrying and/or displaying identification such as photographs and cards.

CASE,MARKER AND TOOLS,PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION BAND

A case usually made of a suitable flexible material and may have flaps, loops and/or pockets designed for retaining tools, supplies, and marking equipment.

BAND,PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

A preformed item designed to accommodate name slips, usually worn around the wrist to insure positive identification of individuals such as infants, patients, military personnel, casualties, stragglers, civilians, and the like. It may include a name slip, and/or insert.

INSERT,PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

A flexible item specifically designed to fit and be inserted in a BAND, PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION, having a surface suitable for printing, typing, or writing. It is usually in roll form with perforations for detaching.

FRAME,GOGGLES

An item of semi or rigid construction inclosing the eyes, designed to accommodate lenses for either a single or double aperture. It may have various means of support such as temples or a headband.

HOLSTER,PISTOL

A holster designed to hold and protect a pistol. It usually conforms to the shape of the pistol and has an opening to facilitate withdrawl of the pistol by it's handle. It is worn on the waist, shoulder, hip, or thigh of a person. A belt, strap, or harness may be furnished with the item.

BAG,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OUTFIT

A waterproof airtight container made of flexible material designed to hold a CLOTHING OUTFIT, NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

SLING,SWORD

Two straps designed as a pair to suspend a SWORD AND SCABBARD from a BELT (1), CEREMONIAL, OFFICER'S. See also CARRIER, SWORD SCABBARD.

CANTEEN AND CARRIER COLLAPSIBLE ASSEMBLY

An item consisting of a collapsible canteen and carrier designed to serve as a suitable water carrying device. The carrier is furnished with loops and tiedown cords at each corner for securing the carrier to personnel or equipment.

STAND,CANTEEN CUP

An item designed to be carried in the COVER, WATER CANTEEN with the CUP, WATER CANTEEN inside the stand and the CANTEEN, WATER in the cup. It is intended for use with the CUP, WATER CANTEEN and compressed ration heating fuel to heat water and meals.

SABRETACHE

A leather case or pocket worn from the sabrebelt by cavalry.

SABER,FENCING

A light fencing or dueling sword with an arc-shaped coquille and a tapering flexible blade.

LINER,SLEEPING BAG

An item usually made of cloth and designed to fit inside a SLEEPING BAG.

MODIFICATION KIT,PACKBOARD

SCABBARD,SABER

ADAPTER KIT,CAP CANTEEN

An item designed for use in modifying the insulated water canteen consisting of various components.

STOP,POLICEMAN CLUB

A ring designed to slip on a policeman's club preventing it from slipping through any belt carrier, also stopping any hand slippage.

PAD,BACK,FIELD PACK

A pad designed to be worn as a protective cushioning in the back area of the FIELD PACK to relieve the pressure of the load. Excludes PAD (1), BACK, PARACHUTE HARNESS.

PACK,PATROL,COMBAT

A detachable item used to carry mission essential items on short duration missions, and also serves as a top cover for a large field pack with an internal frame.

STAVE ASSEMBLY,FIELD PACK

An item which is long, flat and narrow, with plastic cups on each end. Inserted into the back of the field pack for additional support.

BAG,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL CLOTHING OUTFIT

A container designed for carrying and storing an explosive ordnance disposal clothing outfit.

BAG,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SLEEPING SYSTEM

A container made of flexible material, usually nylon, used to pack and carry the extreme cold weather sleeping system outfit.

BAG,CLOTHING

A container designed to carry rations, extra clothing and personal effects and provide protection against damage by moisture. It may have an integral tie-string or draw-string closure or provisions for a sewn closure. Excludes BAG, DUFFEL.

WHISTLE,DUAL TONE

A small flat item developed for producing a loud shrill sound, consisting of two tones. This sound is audible from great distances, for the purpose of locating overboard victims. It is designed for use in extreme cold weather. Also its flat design prevents it from holding water.

SLEEPING SYSTEM OUTFIT,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

A collection of items consisting of a sleeping bag, hood and socks set, case and bag specifically designed for the use in extreme cold weather.

HOOD AND SOCKS SET,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

An assembly of items designed to be used in conjunction with the SLEEPING SYSTEM OUTFIT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER. Excludes HOOD, EXTREME COLD WEATHER and SOCKS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

CARRIER,RADIO SET

An item specifically designed to carry a RADIO SET. It is designed to be attached to a belt or shoulder strap.

SNAP LINK,RAPPELLER

A non-reflective metal locking device for use in rappelling. Excludes SNAP LINK, MOUNTAIN PITON.

STRAP,CAP,WATER CANTEEN

A narrow, flat, flexible strip with circular ends. One end fits around the neck of a canteen. The other end fits a CAP (1), WATER CANTEEN.

CARRIER,BAYONET SCABBARD

An item of leather, webbing or other suitable material designed to be attached to a belt and is provided with means to hold a bayonet scabbard.

SPECTACLES SET,BALLISTIC AND LASER PROTECTIVE

A collection of items which usually consist of spectacles, laser protective front set, sets of nose pads, carrying cases, retaining straps, and the like. Excludes SPECTACLES, LASER PROTECTIVE and SPECTACLES, INDUSTRIAL.

PACE STICK

A device designed to determine the length of a step. It is used during the instruction of military foot drill or as a symbol of the bearers authority.

ASCENDER,MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS

Cam action type items that are rope gripping devices used to aid in pulling oneself up a rope and for self-belaying and hauling equipment while climbing.

STOPPER,MOUNTAIN

An item used to provide security for personnel and equipment in operations involving steep ascents by placing it into cracks in rocks. EXCLUDES ANCHOR, MOUNTAIN.

ANCHOR,MOUNTAIN

An item used to provide security for personnel and equipment in operations involving steep ascents by burying it into deep snow. EXCLUDES STOPPER, MOUNTAIN.

DESCENDER,MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS

An item usually in the shape of a figure-8 intended to be used to rappel down steep inclines when used in conjunction with ropes.

INSERT,FIELD PACK

A preformed item made of soft or rigid material designed to be inserted into a field pack to provide the contents with resistance against vibration and shock.

CARRIER,CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL MASK

A container made of flexible material specifically designed to carry a chemical-biological mask. It is normally chemical agent resistant.

BAG,CASUALTY,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A covering designed to provide protection for a wounded or injured person from the harmful effect of chemical agents.

BRAKE,CLIMBING ROPE

A rope fitting, consisting of a guide for the rope and a hand and/or automatically operated braking mechanism, that secures a climber's position on a rope and enables controlled movement on the rope. It is used by climbers for rappelling, belaying or stopping a fall. For items which include the safety rope or life line, see FALL ARRESTER ASSEMBLY, GUIDED TYPE.

POLE,CLIMBING

An item with a rubber disk (basket) at the lower end, handgrip and adjustable loop. The length is adjustable. It is used to support a mountain climber. Excludes POLE, SKI.

BAG,WASHING

A container made of flexible material. It is designed to hold clothing, bedding or linen during the washing process. It may have a drawstring closure and a means of identification. Excludes BAG, LAUNDRY.

BAG,WEAPON EQUIPMENT,CARRIER

A bag which is attached to a BELT (1), INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT, and which accommodates weapon equipment such as telescope, cleaner and the like.

BAG,RADIO,CARRIER

A bag which is attached to SUSPENDERS, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT BELT, and which accommodates the radio. Excludes POCKET, SURVIVAL VEST.

BAG,INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT,CARRIER

A bag which is attached to a BELT (1), INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT, and which accommodates individual items such as canteen and the like.

FLAP,POUCH FIELD PACK

An item designed of a flexible type material with a covering attached on one side only. It may have an opening or openings with or without additional flaps, and may of may not have an identification marking.

SPECTACLES SET,BALLISTIC PROTECTIVE

A collection of items which usually consist of a frame, detachable lenses, detachable nasal pieces, detachable temples and a carrying case. Excludes SPECTACLES SET, BALLISTIC AND LASER PROTECTIVE; SPECTACLES, LASER PROTECTIVE; and SPECTACLES, INDUSTRIAL.

FASTENER SET,BELT,MILITARY POLICE

A two-piece fastener consisting of a hook and opposing opening, both designed with an aperture for attaching to the end(s) of the belt.

REFLECTIVE SAFETY KIT,TROOPS

A collection of reflecting signs such as brasard and warning triangles to be worn or carried by marching troops to avoid traffic accidents.

BAG,PROTECTIVE,SLEEPING BAG

An item used as a carrying bag in conjunction with arctic and mountain sleeping bags.

SLEEPING BAG CASE

A removable covering for a SLEEPING BAG to provide extra protection against cold weather. It may also be used alone as a SLEEPING BAG in warm weather and for rolling the SLEEPING BAG into a compact roll.

BOTTOM BOARD,BAG AND CASE CARRYING

A flat surfaced board or plate to be placed on the bottom of a carrying bag or case.

BAG,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

An item used to carry a VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

HEADBAND,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S GOGGLES

A narrow band specifically designed to be attached to combat vehicle crewman's goggles to hold the goggles in position.

LENS,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S GOGGLES

STRAP,BAG CARRIER,INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT

An item of flexible material designed to provide a means of carrying for a BAG, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT, CARRIER

POCKET AMMUNITION MAGAZINE,VEST SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR COVER

A receptable having one or more compartments with flap closure(s) and designed to carry a reserve supply of ammunition magazine(s). It is secured to a COVER, VEST, SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR by a belt and two or more safety hooks. Excludes POCKET, AMMUNITION MAGAZINE.

CLUB,SELF-PROTECTION

An item used for the protection and self-protection of persons belonging to organizatons for the maintenance of public order. It may be equipped with a side grip.

GRENADE POUCH,MAINTENANCE OF ORDER AND CROWD CONTROL

An item designed to be worn by security members. It is made by the assembly of cloths and have some pouches which are used to contain grenades. It is fastened to the belt by a broad loop and to the thighs by straps.

GOGGLES,PROTECTION,RIOT CONTROL

An item designed to protect the eyes of riot control personnel against stones and miscellaneous fragments. The lens are designed with polycarbonate double screen treated anti-condensation. Excludes: GOGGLES, SUN, WIND AND DUST; GOGGLES, FLYERS; GOGGLES, INDUSTRIAL.

UMBRELLA,RAIN

A shade or screen of waterproof cloth on a folding radial frame, designed to protect people against wind and rain.

BAG,LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT

A container made of flexible material designed to carry law enforcement equipment such as a baton, flashlight and handcuffs, as well as personal protective items. It has facilities such as handle(s), and/or strap(s) for carrying and may also have interior and exterior pockets as well as dividers for separating and securing equipment.

SHOULDER STRAP,CEREMONIAL BELT

A fabricated flexible item designed to worn across the shoulders to support a BELT(1), CEREMONIAL.

CARRIER,SELF-PROTECTION CLUB

An item of leather, webbing, or other suitable material designed to hang from the wearer's belt to hold a CLUB, SELF-PROTECTION when not in use.

HYDRATION SYSTEM

An item of individual equipment worn back-pack style, or affixed on combat clothing or within a backpack, designed to provide water or other fluid to to the wearer. It may consist of a carrying cover, a bladder, carrying harness, fastening straps, a tube with a mouthpiece and/or valve, and the like.

SPUR,RIDER

An item, usually metallic, designed to be attached to a rider's boot. It may or may not have a spur strap.

CASE,CARRYING,CAMOUFLAGE

An item used to pack the camouflage screen system or camouflage support system for movement and storage. Excludes BAG SUPPORT, CAMOUFLAGE NET, and CHEST, CAMOUFLAGE NET SUPPORT.

GUARD,PIOLET

A preshaped flexible item specifically designed as a protective cover over the sharp ends of a PIOLET and to prevent injury when being carried by the user.

LADDER,STIRRUP

An item in an assembly consisting of several webbing straps which can be clipped to an anchor or on a hook.

MAT,SLEEPING

An item generally used for sleeping outdoors. It is made of various materi als such as open cell foam, cloth, and the like. It may be inflatable (including self inflatable). It may be fitted with hook/loop tabs and straps to roll it into a small and compact unit. It has a thermal insulation capacity and may be protected or treated against water, humidity, stains, fungus and bacteria. Excludes MATTERESS, PNEUMATIC.

PATCH POCKET,UTILITY

A removable item to be affixed to clothing, individual equipment or vehicle interior and designed to carry various items such as ammunition magazines, hand grenades, radio set equipment, compasses, and the like. Excludes PATCH POCKET, CLOTHING.

CARRIER,UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM COMPONENTS

An item usually fabricated of flexible material and fitted with a cushion to brace and block the contents. It is designed to carry components of an UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM. It has shoulder straps and handles for carrying and handling. Excludes FIELD PACK.

LEASH,PIOLET

A thong designed to be affixed to a PIOLET. It prevents its loss if forced out the hand.

HOLSTER,PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANT

A holster designed to hold a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) in a fixed position. It does not include the PDA it is designed to accommodate. The PDA is complete in itself for removal and use outside the holster. It may have a small, thin pouch for either a spare Secure Digital (SD) memory card or a Common Access Card (CAC).

PICK,CHOCK

A tool having a hook shaped end designed to remove a STOPPER,MOUNTAIN and the like, used in mountain climbing and similar activities.

BELAY DEVICE,MOUNTAINEERING

A rope fitting, consisting of a guide for the rope without a hand and/or automatically operated braking mechanism, that secures a climber's position on a rope and enables controlled movement on the rope. The user must provide friction by physically holding the rope in a stated direction in order for the braking action to occur. Releasing the rope causes a release in friction. It is used by climbers for rappelling, belaying or stopping a fall.

AX,ICE

This is a mountaineering tool. Its head usually has a pick at one end and an adze at the other. The handle of this tool may have a spike at its base.

PATCH POCKET SET,UTILITY

A group of two or more PATCH POCKET, MULTI-PURPOSE having various characteritics

CARRYING KIT

A collection of various carrying devices such as one or more CASE,OPTICAL INSTRUMENT; one or more PACKBOARD; and the like.

BAG,EXPLOSION PROTECTIVE

An item designed to be used by special or anti-terrorism forces, as to carry safely explosive material such as grenades, blasting caps, explosives, and the like. It has an internal or external blast absorber which confines the explosion inside the item. It includes one or more drawers. Excludes BAG,EXPLOSIVES and BAG,AMMUNITION

VEST,NON-BALLISTIC PROTECTIVE,ARMOR-CARRYING

A vest that is designed to hold and position body armor insert(s) that protect the torso, front and/or back, from bullets of small caliber firearms such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. This item is not constructed of ballistic protective material and does not include the body armor inserts. For vests that include the inserts, see VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT KIT

A collection of assorted pouches, holsters, vests, bags, belts, and the like. Issued in various quantities of individual items.

CARRIER,NON-BALLISTIC PROTECTIVE,ARMOR-CARRYING

A carrier or pouch like item that is designed to hold and position body armor insert(s) that protect the torso, front and/or back, from bullets of small caliber firearms such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. This item is not constructed of ballistic protective material and does not include the body armor inserts. For carriers or pouches that include the inserts, see CARRIER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

PADS,TACTICAL PROTECTIVE,ASSAULT

A pair of preformed molded cushions with exterior flexible impact caps that provides protection to the knees, elbows, shins, shoulders and other extremities. Designed for protection of the joints during tactical urban assaults. This item is an organizational issue and not intended for garrison-type industrial use. Usually issued in pairs. For industrial pads, see PADS,KNEE INDUSTRIAL (INC 19562).

BAG,SPECIFIC PURPOSE,CLOTH (FABRIC)

A container of a flexible construction designed to be used for storage for a specific item. It may have a handle to facilitate carrying. It may also have a shoulder strap.Do not use if a more specific name applies. Excludes SUITCASE; BAG,WARDROBE; AND BAG,DUFFEL.

HARNESS,PACKBOARD

HYDRATION SYSTEM SUBASSEMBLY

An item which is part of a HYDRATION SYSTEM. Do not use this name if a more specific item name exists.

BELT,RADIO CARRYING

A belt which has one or more pockets specifically designed to carry one or more radios. Excludes: CARRIER, RADIO SET and POCKET,RADIO,SURVIVAL VEST.

BLINDFOLD

An item specifically designed to completely cover the eyes and prevent identification of location and personnel.

HARNESS,MAN'S WATERCRAFT

An arrangement of straps and hardware to which a pulling line may or may not be attached. Can be used by and individual to pull a lightweight watercraft such as a canoe, kayak and the like in water or on land.

PANEL,TACTICAL ASSAULT

A fabric item which is equipped with fasteners to support tactical loads and removable straps for securing to the wearer. It is worn over a tactical vest that is designed to allow for quick release of individual equipment in emergency situations.

BAG,CLIMBER'S EQUIPMENT SET,CARRIER

An item designed to accommodate a CLIMBER'S EQUIPMENT SET.

POUCH,HAND WARMING

An item designed for use in cold weather for warming hands during field operations. May contain an adjustable waist strap. May have interior and exterior storage pockets.

GOGGLE SYSTEM,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Goggles specifically designed to protect eyes in extreme cold weather environments and snow glare. Primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It also provides ballistic protection and may have anti-fog, dual-pane thermal gasketlenses that insulates the eyes. The frame is designed to seal securely and comfortably against the wearer's face and held in place by an adjustable headband. The frame also has bu

GOGGLES,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Goggles specifically designed to protect eyes in extreme cold weather environments and snow glare. It is designed primarily for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).They also provide ballistic protection and may have anti-fog, dual-pane thermal gasket lenses that insulates the eyes. The frame is designed to seal seccurely and and comfortably against the wearer's face and held in place by an adjustable headband. Goggles have replacement and corrective lenses compatibility. It may have replaceable lenses and built in attachment points in the frame to attach a tailored balaclava. Excludes GOGGLES,FLYERS'; GOGGLES,INDUSTRIAL; GOGGLES,SUN,WIND AND DUST; GOGGLES,SUN; HOOD,COLD WEATHER; HOOD,EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

LENS.GOGGLE,WEATHER PROTECTIVE

A replacement unit for GOGGLES,SUN,WIND AND DUST; GOGGLES,EXTREME COLD WEATHER, GOGGLES,WEATHER PROTECTIVE; GOGGLES,SNOW; GOGGLES,SUN.

LANYARD,SAFETY,CLIMBING

A single or double

SHEATH,KNIFE

An item designed to protect the blade of a knife by enclosing or covering it. It may have a snap fastener, flap closure and the like used to hold the knife into the holder. It may have a loop, clamp, and the like allowing it to be attached to a belt, bag and the like for carry.

DRAWERS,MEN'S

An undergarment worn on the lower body and legs of males past the age of physical maturity. They may be brief, thigh or ankle length. Excludes DRAWERS, COLD WEATHER; DRAWERS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; DRAWERS, MOISTURE WICKING, and DRAWERS, WOMEN'S.

NIGHTSHIRT,MAN'S

A loose-fitting garment, resembling a shirt, extending from the shoulders to approximately just below the knees. It is designed to be worn in bed by males past the age of physical maturity.

UNDERSHIRT,MAN'S

A garment designed to be worn under outer clothing of males past the age of physical maturity. It may be sleeveless, or have full, half, or quarter length sleeves. Excludes UNDERSHIRT,COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, MOISTURE WICKING, UNDERSHIRT, WOMEN'S and SWEAT SHIRT.

TROUSERS,MEN'S PAJAMA

A loose lightweight trouser designed for males who have reached the age of physical maturity. Worn for sleeping or lounging.

COAT,MAN'S PAJAMA

The upper part of a man's two-piece pajama. Excludes NIGHTSHIRT, MAN'S.

PAJAMAS,MEN'S

An item of sleeping apparel designed for males past the age of physical maturity.

COAT SET,MAN'S PAJAMA

A quantity of men's pajama coats of various sizes packaged as a unit.

TROUSERS SET,MEN'S PAJAMA

A quantity of men's pajama trousers of various sizes packaged as a unit.

ROBE,DRESSING

A loose, usually wrap-around garment of varying length for informal wear, as to and from the bath (bathrobe), lounging, or in a hospital.

UNDERWEAR,FLYER'S

A one-piece undergarment having feet worn under coveralls to protect flying personnel against cold.

ATHLETIC SUPPORTER

An elastic support for the male genitals, worn in athletic or other strenuous activity. It may provide space for or contain a hard, triangular cup shaped device designed for protection from impact.

UNDERSHIRT,MOISTURE WICKING

A garment designed to be worn under the outer clothing past the age of physical maturity. It may have full, half, quarter length, or no sleeves. It is made from polypropylene, polyolefin or similar fiber that evaporates moisture away from the skin, keeping the wearer warm in the cold and cool in the heat. Excludes UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S; UNDERSHIRT, COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT. EXTREME COLD WEATHER and SWEAT SHIRT.

DRAWERS,MOISTURE WICKING

An undergarment worn on the lower body and legs of males past the age of physical maturity. They may be brief, thigh or ankle length. Designed to keep warm when its cold, cool when its hot, so it prevents uncomfortable sweat. Excludes SWEAT PANTS; DRAWERS, MEN'S DRAWERS, WOMEN'S; DRAWERS, COLD WEATHER; and DRAWERS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

UNDERSHIRT,UNISEX

Excludes: UNDERSHIRT,WOMAN'S and UNDERSHIRT,MAN'S.

PAJAMAS,WOMEN'S

An item of sleeping apparel designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

PANTIES,WOMEN'S

A short undergarment, practically having no leg portion, fitted snugly at the hip line and designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. See also DRAWERS, WOMEN'S.

UNDERSHIRT,WOMAN'S

A garment designed to be worn under outer clothing of females past the age of physical maturity. It may be sleeveless, or have full, half, or quarter length sleeves. Excludes UNDERSHIRT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, COLD WEATHER; UNDERSHIRT, MAN'S; UNDERSHIRT, MOISTURE WICKING; and SWEAT SHIRT.

SLIP,WOMAN'S

An undergarment made in dress lengths. It is designed for females past the age of physical maturity.

BRASSIERE

A women's undergarment worn to support and give contour to the breasts.

NIGHTGOWN,WOMAN'S

A loose-fitting garment, of varying lengths, extending from the shoulders to a location between the lower hips and the ankles. It may be with or without sleeves. It is designed to be worn in bed by females past the age of physical maturity.

COAT,WOMAN'S PAJAMA

A loose lightweight upper part of a two-piece suit worn for sleeping or lounging. Designed for females who have reached the age of physical maturity. Excludes NIGHTGOWN, WOMAN'S.

DRAWERS,WOMEN'S

An undergarment worn on the lower body and legs of females past the age of physical maturity. They may be brief, thigh, or ankle length. See also PANTIES, WOMEN'S. Excludes DRAWERS, COLD WEATHER; DRAWERS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER; DRAWERS, MOISTURE WICKING, and DRAWERS, MEN'S.

TROUSERS,WOMEN'S PAJAMA

A loose lightweight trouser designed for females who have reached the age of physical maturity. Worn for sleeping or lounging.

UNDERGARMENT OUTFIT,WOMEN'S

A collection of items which consists of a BRASSIERE and/or an UNDERSHIRT,WOMAN'S and PANTIES,WOMEN'S or DRAWERS,WOMEN'S and designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes CLOTHING OUTFIT,COLD WEATHER.

SHOES,SERVICE

Footwear, usually high quarter, designed to be worn by military personnel for work. Excludes SHOES, MEN'S and SHOES, WOMEN'S.

SHOES,BASEBALL

Footwear having spiked soles and heels. They are designed to be worn by baseball players to assure traction and grip on the playing field.

SHOES,BASKETBALL

Footwear having specially designed nonskid soles. They are worn by basketball players to assure traction and grip on the basketball court.

SHOES,FOOTBALL

Footwear having cleated soles and heels. They are designed to be worn by football players to assure traction and grip on the playing field.

SHOES,GYMNASIUM

Footwear of general use, athletically not restricted by special design to any specific sport. Excludes SHOES, BASEBALL; SHOES, BASKETBALL; and SHOES, FOOTBALL.

SANDALS,MEN'S

Items of footwear, consisting of a sole fastened in various ways to the foot by straps over the instep, toes, or ankle, designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,COMBAT

Footwear made of leather or other suitable material, which may be high laced and/or closed with strap and buckle. They are designed to be worn by military personnel in combat, training, or the like.

BOOTS,FIREMEN'S

Protective coverings for the feet and legs of firemen. They may be insulated against heat of fires and low ambient temperatures and may or may not have a safety toe.

BOOTS,COLD WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may be insulated and may be equipped with an air pressure release device. They are primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

BOOTS,FLYERS'

Footwear made of rubber, leather, or other suitable material, designed to be worn by flying personnel. They may be used with antiexposure clothing and may be equipped with an air pressure release device.

BOOTS,HIP

Footwear, usually made of rubber, designed to protect the feet and legs up to the hips. They may have adjustable straps at the top which are attached to the belt of the wearer.

BOOTS,KNEE

Footwear, usually made of rubber, designed to protect the foot and leg up to the knee.

BOOTS,SKI-MOUNTAIN

Footwear designed for use with skis and ski bindings, or for travel in mountainous terrain. They may have cleated rubber soles.

OVERSHOES,FLYERS'

Overshoes specifically designed for the protection of flying personnel both in flight and when forced to bail out or crash-land in water.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

A footwear cover designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

SHOES,SWIMMERS'

Footwear, usually with rubber soles and cloth or rubber uppers. They are worn by swimmers to assure protection of the feet. Excludes SHOES, GYMNASIUM.

BOOTS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may be insulated and are primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

BOOTS,SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE

Footwear having two sealing bands at top, adhered to top and bottom margin of a metal ring to allow for a watertight junction between the boot tops and the cuffs of a COVERALLS, SUBMARINE DECK EXPOSURE.

SLIPPERS,MEN'S

Items of footwear designed for relaxation, with no method of fastening, being held on the foot by tension of its upper part. They are designed for males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SLIPPERS, CONVALESCENT PATIENTS'.

SHOES,SUBMARINE DECK

Footwear having specially designed nonslip traction type soles, used by submarine personnel to assure good footing on wet deck surfaces.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL

A footwear cover that may be insulated, primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius). It is a component of vacuum-packed survival clothing for use of flight personnel forced down in arctic areas.

BOOTS,ROCKET FUEL HANDLERS'

Footwear designed to provide protection against acids and corrosive rocket fuels. They are a component of the rocket fuel handler's ensemble.

SLIDE FASTENER UNITS,LACED BOOTS

Items with rows of eyelets on the outer edges, and the inner edges joined by a slide fastener. They are designed to be laced between the stays of flyers' boots, combat boots, and the like, for the purpose of quick donning.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A footwear cover designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in the presence of low-level radioactive contamination.

OVERSHOES,RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Overshoes designed to be worn by personnel working in the presence of low level radioactive contamination.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,AIRCRAFT WASHDOWN

A footwear cover designed to be worn by personnel engaged in washdown operations of airplanes. It is waterproof, nonslip, and is of a highly durable construction.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,CLEAN ROOM

Footwear covers designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of control of humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,DISPOSABLE

Footwear covers designed to be discarded after use with only negligible loss. They are worn over conventional footwear to prevent soiling.

BOOTS,TOXICOLOGICAL AGENTS PROTECTIVE

Footwear, made of impermeable material, designed to be worn for the protection of personnel working in areas contaminated by toxicological agents.

SHOES,MEN'S

Footwear designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,HOT WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may have ventilating insoles and drainage eyelets. They are designed to be worn at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

SHOES,CONDUCTIVE

Footwear having built-in features which conduct electricity and prevent the accumulation of static electricity in the body of the wearer. They are designed to protect the wearer and property in operations where the accumulation of static electricity is a hazard. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

SHOES,ELECTRICAL HAZARDS PROTECTIVE

Footwear insulated to protect the wearer from the hazards of contact with electrical currents. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

SHOES,MOLDERS'

Footwear having a snug angle fit and a closed upper construction which permit speed and ease of removal. They are designed to protect the feet of the wearer from hazards which exist in the handling of molten metal and similar operations. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

SHOES,NONSPARKING

Footwear, made of spark-resistant materials, designed to protect the wearer and property in operations, such as explosives handling, where sparking presents a hazard. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

BOOTS,CLIMBERS'

Footwear having extra wide steel shanks and woodsman type heels. They are designed to provide firm support and sure footing for personnel who are required to climb high poles, steel structures, or the like, to work at the top for long periods of time. They usually have a safety toe. Excludes BOOTS, SAFETY, MEN'S, BOOTS, SAFETY, WOMEN'S.

SHOES,COMFORT

A soft, flexible item of footwear with low heels, designed to provide maximum comfort and protection to the feet. It may incorporate features designed to reduce incidence of dermatological foot problems. Excludes SHOES, MEN'S; SHOES, WOMEN'S; SHOES, SERVICE; and SLIPPERS (as modified).

FOOTWEAR COVERS,MAINTENANCE WORKERS'

Footwear covers, worn by personnel engaged in maintenance operations, designed to eliminate damage to property caused by scratching, scuffing, and the like, and also to protect the worker's footwear from soilage.

SHOES,CLEAN ROOM

Footwear designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of controls for humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

OVERSHOES,MEN'S

Overshoes designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

OVERSHOES,ELECTRICAL HAZARDS PROTECTIVE

Overshoes designed to provide insulation and protect the wearer from the hazards of contact with electrical currents.

BOOTS,PARACHUTIST'S

Footwear made of leather or other suitable material which may be high laced and/or closed with strap or buckle. They are specifically designed to provide additional leg and ankle support to parachutists during the critical parachute landing fall. Excludes BOOTS, COMBAT and BOOTS, FLYERS'.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

A footwear cover to be worn for the protection of personnel against the harmful effects of chemical agents.

BOOTS,ELECTRICAL HAZARD PROTECTIVE

Footwear made of a suitable or a combination of suitable materials especially designed to protect the wearer from the hazards of contact with electrical currents. They may have a safety toe. Excludes BOOTS, SAFETY, MEN'S and BOOTS, SAFETY, WOMEN'S.

CLOGS

A generally anatomically shaped footwear which may consist of different materials and may be provided with an ankle strap.

BOOTS,ANKLE

Footwear usually of welted construction extending above the ankle but below the calf. It may include safety features.

SLIPPERS,BOOTS

A foot covering, low and light without heel, used to be worn inside of boots.

SLIPPERS,CLOGS

A foot covering, low and light without heel, used to be worn inside of clogs.

BOOTS,MID-LEG

A foot covering made of leather, rubber or other material reaching to mid-leg, designed to protect the foot and leg. Excludes BOOTS, KNEE and BOOTS, HIP.

OVERSHOES,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Overshoes specially designed to be worn by personnel in areas contaminated by either nuclear, biological or chemical agents.

FOOTWEAR COVERS,LIQUID CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Footwear covers designed to protect the wearer from the harmful effects of liquid contamination. Excludes FOOTWEAR COVERS (1), RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

OVERSHOES,FIRE PROTECTIVE

Overshoes designed to afford maximum protection to personnel working in close proximity to high temperature fires.

SHOES,CRICKET

Footwear having spiked soles and heels. They are worn by cricket players to assure traction and grip on the cricket field.

OVERSHOES,DISPOSABLE

Overshoes designed to be discarded. They consist of a nonskid sole, a two-piece shank and a fastener attached to the back by a self adhesive system. An elastic lace may tighten up the top of the overshoes.

OVERSHOES,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE,DISPOSABLE

Overshoes made of suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They are furnished in one size and specially designed to be worn over boots by personnel in areas contaminated by either nuclear, biological or chemical agents. Straps are used to adjust them to the ankle.

SHOES,SOCCER

Footwear having cleated soles and heels, designed to be worn by players to assure traction and grip on the field. (Converted from AEUSA to General Use on 12152020)

SHOES,RUNNING,MEN'S

Footwear having specially designed soles for running. They are designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

SKATES,INLINE

SHOES,SAFETY,MEN'S

Footwear having safety features such as steel box toes or equivalent, nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are used to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slippage. Designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHOES, CONDUCTIVE; SHOES, ELECTRICAL HAZARDS PROTECTIVE; SHOES, MOLDERS'; and SHOES, NONSPARKING.

BOOTS,SAFETY,MEN'S

Footwear having safety features, such as steel box toes, or equivalent, nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are worn to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slipping. Designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BOOTS, CLIMBERS'.

BOOTS,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL PROTECTIVE

Nonmagnetic footwear specially designed to shield or protect the wearer from bomb detonation shrapnel or debris. Excludes BOOTS, SAFETY, MEN'S and BOOTS, SAFETY, WOMEN'S.

BOOTS,WELDER'S

Protective coverings for the feet and legs of welder's. They may be insulated against heat, sparks and welding splatter and may or may not have a safety toe.

SHOES,BICYCLE RACING

Footwear having specially designed system soles to click into the pedals. They are worn by racing cyclists to assure traction and grip on a bicycle.

SANDALS,UNISEX

Items of footwear, consisting of a sole fastened in various ways to the foot by straps over the instep, toes, or ankle. Designed to be worn by either males or females.

BOOTS,RIDING

Footwear which covers the feet and legs up to the knees, used by experienced riders or beginners.

SHOES,RUNNING,UNISEX

Footwear having specially designed soles for running. Designed to be worn by either males or females.

BOOTS,SAFETY,UNISEX

Footwear having safety features, such as steel box toes, or equivalent,nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are worn to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slipping. Designed to be worn by either males or females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BOOTS, CLIMBERS'.

SHOES,SAFETY,UNISEX

Footwear having safety features such as steel box toes or equivalent, nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are used to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slippage. Designed to be worn by either males or females. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY, MEN'S and SHOES, SAFETY, WOMEN'S.

SHOES,CLIMBING

Items of footwear which have usually a smooth sole and designed for use in indoor or outdoor wall climbing, rock climbing, and the like.

BOOTS,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE,BIOLOGICAL,CHEMICAL

Footwear which covers the feet and legs up to the knees and is designed to protect the wearer against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contaminants.

OVERSHOES,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NECULEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Overshoes specially designed to be worn by personnel in areas contaminated by either chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear agents. Excludes OVERSHOES,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE.

SHOES,SERVICE

Footwear, usually high quarter, designed to be worn by military personnel for work. Excludes SHOES, MEN'S and SHOES, WOMEN'S.

SHOES,BASEBALL

Footwear having spiked soles and heels. They are designed to be worn by baseball players to assure traction and grip on the playing field.

SHOES,BASKETBALL

Footwear having specially designed nonskid soles. They are worn by basketball players to assure traction and grip on the basketball court.

SHOES,GYMNASIUM

Footwear of general use, athletically not restricted by special design to any specific sport. Excludes SHOES, BASEBALL; SHOES, BASKETBALL; and SHOES, FOOTBALL.

BOOTS,COMBAT

Footwear made of leather or other suitable material, which may be high laced and/or closed with strap and buckle. They are designed to be worn by military personnel in combat, training, or the like.

BOOTS,COLD WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may be insulated and may be equipped with an air pressure release device. They are primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

BOOTS,FLYERS'

Footwear made of rubber, leather, or other suitable material, designed to be worn by flying personnel. They may be used with antiexposure clothing and may be equipped with an air pressure release device.

BOOTS,HIP

Footwear, usually made of rubber, designed to protect the feet and legs up to the hips. They may have adjustable straps at the top which are attached to the belt of the wearer.

BOOTS,KNEE

Footwear, usually made of rubber, designed to protect the foot and leg up to the knee.

BOOTS,SKI-MOUNTAIN

Footwear designed for use with skis and ski bindings, or for travel in mountainous terrain. They may have cleated rubber soles.

OVERSHOES,FLYERS'

Overshoes specifically designed for the protection of flying personnel both in flight and when forced to bail out or crash-land in water.

SHOES,SWIMMERS'

Footwear, usually with rubber soles and cloth or rubber uppers. They are worn by swimmers to assure protection of the feet. Excludes SHOES, GYMNASIUM.

BOOTS,EXTREME COLD WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may be insulated and are primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures below plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius).

SLIPPERS,WOMEN'S

Items of footwear designed for relaxation, with no method of fastening, being held on the foot by tension on the upper part. They are designed for females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SLIPPERS, CONVALESCENT PATIENTS'.

SHOES,WOMEN'S

Footwear designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,HOT WEATHER

Footwear made of a suitable material or a combination of suitable materials. They may have ventilating insoles and drainage eyelets. They are designed to be worn at mean monthly temperatures above plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

SHOES,CONDUCTIVE

Footwear having built-in features which conduct electricity and prevent the accumulation of static electricity in the body of the wearer. They are designed to protect the wearer and property in operations where the accumulation of static electricity is a hazard. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

SHOES,NONSPARKING

Footwear, made of spark-resistant materials, designed to protect the wearer and property in operations, such as explosives handling, where sparking presents a hazard. They may have a safety toe. Excludes SHOES, SAFETY.

SHOES,CLEAN ROOM

Footwear designed to prevent contamination of an area which incorporates high standards of controls for humidity, temperature, and all forms of particulate matter.

OVERSHOES,WOMEN'S

Overshoes designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,ELECTRICAL HAZARD PROTECTIVE

Footwear made of a suitable or a combination of suitable materials especially designed to protect the wearer from the hazards of contact with electrical currents. They may have a safety toe. Excludes BOOTS, SAFETY, MEN'S and BOOTS, SAFETY, WOMEN'S.

CLOGS

A generally anatomically shaped footwear which may consist of different materials and may be provided with an ankle strap.

SANDALS,WOMEN'S

Items of footwear, consisting of a sole fastened in various ways to the foot by straps over the instep, toes, or ankle. Designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,ANKLE

Footwear usually of welted construction extending above the ankle but below the calf. It may include safety features.

SLIPPERS,BOOTS

A foot covering, low and light without heel, used to be worn inside of boots.

SLIPPERS,CLOGS

A foot covering, low and light without heel, used to be worn inside of clogs.

SHOES,RUNNING,WOMEN'S

Footwear having specially designed soles for running. They are designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

SHOES,SAFETY,WOMEN'S

Footwear having safety features such as steel box toes or equivalent, nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are used to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slippage. Designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes SHOES, CONDUCTIVE; SHOES, ELECTRICAL HAZARDS PROTECTIVE; SHOES, MOLDERS'; and SHOES, NONSPARKING.

BOOTS,SAFETY,WOMEN'S

Footwear having safety features, such as steel box toes, or equivalent, nonslip heels and soles, and/or instep guards. They are worn to provide protection to the feet from an impact force and to prevent injury from falls due to slipping. Designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BOOTS, CLIMBERS'.

BOOTS,RIDING

Footwear which covers the feet and legs up to the knees, used by experienced riders or beginners.

SHOES,CLIMBING

Items of footwear which have usually a smooth sole and designed for use in indoor or outdoor wall climbing, rock climbing, and the like.

BOOTS,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE,BIOLOGICAL,CHEMICAL

Footwear which covers the feet and legs up to the knees and is designed to protect the wearer against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contaminants.

SWORD KNOT

A decorative loop or tassel attached to a sword hilt or scabard.

BRASSARD

An arm band made in a variety of colors, or one specific color, usually bearing an emblem or legend designating an acting rank, special assignment, or the like, or which, merely by its color, indicates the specific duties performed by the wearer.

BAR,SERVICE RIBBON

A device to which a service ribbon or ribbons is to be affixed.

INSIGNIA,SHOULDER SLEEVE

An insignia to be affixed on the upper extremity of the sleeve to indicate an organization, theater of operation, force, or the like.Excludes INSIGNIA, GRADE, ENLISTED PERSONNEL; BADGE, RATING; SHOULDER MARK and GROUP-RATE MARK.

INSIGNIA,SLEEVE,COMPANY OFFICERS

INSIGNIA,SLEEVE,FIELD OFFICERS

INSIGNIA,SLEEVE,GENERAL OFFICERS

CASE,DECORATION

SHOULDER STRAP,MARINE CORPS DRESS UNIFORM

A narrow, ornamented strip of fabric, conforming in length to the shoulder seam of a dress uniform, and having an eyelet at one end for attachment of an insignia button.

BUTTON,INSIGNIA

BADGE,IDENTIFICATION,PERSONNEL

STRIPE,TROUSERS,DRESS

A narrow decorative strip of material attached to the outside of the leg(s) of men's trousers.

TAB,SHOULDER SLEEVE INSIGNIA

A device to be worn in conjunction with a shoulder sleeve insignia.

SHOULDER CORD,INFANTRY

BADGE,QUALIFICATION

A distinctive device worn as a sign of one's special qualifications apart from the duties of a person's rank, grade or rate, such as link trainer instructor, parachutist and the like. Excludes DISTINGUISHING MARK.

BADGE CLASP

A bar or device used to indicate a qualification, marksmanship, team membership or an additional qualification. It is to be affixed to a BADGE, QUALIFICATION. Excludes RIBBON ATTACHMENT, AWARD.

BAR,QUALIFICATION BADGE,SMALL ARMS COMPETITION

PENDANT,QUALIFICATION BADGE,SMALL ARMS COMPETITION

BADGE,RATING

A device to be affixed to the uniform of enlisted personnel to indicate rate and/or specific specialty. Excludes INSIGNIA, GRADE, ENLISTED PERSONNEL.

GROUP-RATE MARK

A device to indicate the broad grouping and rating of enlisted personnel below petty officer.

STRIKER MARK

A device to indicate a specialty for which enlisted personnel are candidates.

INSIGNIA,RANK,OFFICER

A device to be affixed to the uniform to indicate a specific rank, including warrant officer.

INSIGNIA,GRADE,ENLISTED PERSONNEL

INSIGNIA,RANK,CIVILIAN GUARD

INSIGNIA,BRANCH OF SERVICE

An insignia to indicate a service, department, or profession, such as Quartermaster Corps, Marine Corps, Infantry, Medical Service and the like. Excludes INSIGNIA, SHOULDER SLEEVE; GROUP-RATE MARK; INSIGNIA, HAT; INSIGNIA, SERVICE CAP; INSIGNIA, GARRISON CAP and INSIGNIA, SERVICE HAT AND SERVICE CAP.

INSIGNIA,GARRISON CAP

A device to be affixed to the "garrison cap" to indicate organization, department, or corps. Excludes INSIGNIA, HAT; INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE; and INSIGNIA, RANK OFFICER.

INSIGNIA,HAT

Organizational insignia worn on the hat of women in uniform.

INSIGNIA,SERVICE CAP

An insignia to be afixed to the "service cap" to indicate organization, department, or corps. Excludes INSIGNIA, HAT and INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE.

INSIGNIA,SERVICE HAT AND SERVICE CAP

An insignia to be affixed to the "service cap" or "service hat" to indicate organization, department, or corps. Excludes INSIGNIA, HAT and INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE.

HOOK ATTACHMENT,PRESENTATION

INSIGNIA,OFFICER CANDIDATE

A metal device consisting of the letters "OC" placed between two horizontal parallel bars. Does not include INSIGNIA, SHOULDER SLEEVE.

INSIGNIA,PLATOON LEADER'S CLASS

A metal device consisting of the letters "PLC" placed between two horizontal parallel bars.

CORD,SERVICE CAP

A preformed ornamental device looped over the right and left insignia buttons of a service cap. It has an overhand knot at the center and the free ends are knotted.

DISTINGUISHING MARK

An embroidered device, worn on the right sleeve of naval enlisted personnel to indicate special qualifications apart from the duties of a person's rating, such as master diver, mount captain, and the like. Excludes BADGE, QUALIFICATION.

INSIGNIA,DISTINGUISHING,UNITED STATES ARMY

A woven label to be sewn on the upper left breast of field clothing to identify the wearer as serving in the United States Army. Excludes INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE.

CLASP,NECKTIE

BREAST CORD,MARINE CORPS BAND

CUFF BUTTONS

A device consisting of two buttons joined together by a link to form a sleeve fastening by passing through button holes. The buttons may bear insignia. Excludes cuff links.

STAR,SERVICE

INSIGNIA,GRADE,SHOULDER LOOP SLEEVE

A band of material, creased to conform to the shape of a shoulder loop and having insignia representing the grade of the ROTC cadet embroidered in the center of the band. The band is folded around the shoulder loop and fastened with snap fasteners to form a tubular cover. It is readily removable when the grade of the wearer is changed.

BAR,OVERSEAS SERVICE

STRIPE,SERVICE

AIGUILLETTE

An ornamental item composed of braided and/or knotted cord worn on the uniform of certain military and naval personnel.

INSIGNIA,OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL

A metal device consisting of the letters "O.C.S." joined by the periods. It is worn on the cap and on each side of the uniform collar of members of Army officer candidate schools.

INSIGNIA,DISTINGUISHING,UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

A woven label to be sewn on the upper left breast of field clothing to identify the wearer as serving in the United States Air Force. Excludes INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE and INSIGNIA, DISTINGUISHING, UNITED STATES ARMY.

DISTINCTIVE DEVICE,DIAMOND SHAPED

A separate device which may be used in conjunction with any Air Force enlisted personnel's insignia of grade, to indicate that the wearer is the First Sergeant of a unit.

INSIGNIA,WARRANT OFFICER CANDIDATE

A metal insignia consisting of the letters '"W.O.C" joined by the periods. It is worn on the cap and on each side fo the uniform collar of a Army Warrant Officer Candidate.

BADGE,IDENTIFICATION

A distinctive badge worn to signify the special duty or assignment of the wearer apart from his rank or grade. Excludes BADGE, IDENTIFICATION, PERSONNEL.

INSIGNIA,ORGANIZATIONAL

An insignia which represents any unified or consolidated group either civilian or military, national or international.

BACKING,INSIGNIA

An item designed to form a base or background for various types of insignia, such as branch of service, rank, and the like. It may be colored to denote a particular branch of service or division of a branch.

INSIGNIA,UTILITY CAP

An insignia to be affixed to a utility cap to indicate organization, department, corps, and/or rank. Excludes INSIGNIA, SERVICE CAP and INSIGNIA, BRANCH OF SERVICE.

RIBBON,AWARDS

A distinctively colored narrow woven fabric manufactured in yard lengths and used for making suspension ribbons, service ribbons, rosettes, neck ribbons, and the like, for medals, decorations, and other awards.

RIBBON,NECK,DECORATION

A distinctively colored narrow woven fabric of specific length from which a decoration is suspended.

SCARF,BRANCH OF SERVICE

An item of neckwear designed to indicate by its color(s) and/or emblazonment the service department or organization to which the wearer is attached. Excludes SCARF, CHAPLAIN'S.

HOLDER,BADGE

A device or contrivance made of suitable material constructed in various shapes and/or forms to hold and display various types of badges indicating evidence of identification, a special duty and/or assignment apart from rank or grade. It is designed to be transferable and have facilities for attachment to the garment to prevent tear or damage. Excludes HOLDER, CARD-LABEL.

SHOULDER BOARD

A device designed to be worn on the shoulders of military uniforms. It may have braid(s) or similar item(s) affixed to it to denote officer, cadet or midshipman status, including rank and/or corps. Excludes BADGE, RATING and INSIGNIA (as modified).

STAR,IDENTIFICATION BADGE

A conventional figure having five symmetrical projecting points to be affixed to an identification badge for decorative purposes and/or denotes performance of duty.

INSIGNIA,SHOULDER LOOP,COMBAT LEADER'S IDENTIFICATION

A band of suitable flexible material of predetermined dimensions. It is worn around the shoulder loops of an outer garment identifying personnel designated as leaders and/or commanders of units assigned to combat missions or in direct support of such units.

DECORATION,INDIVIDUAL

A distinctive device, such as a distinctively shaped medal with suspension ribbon, or the like, awarded to an individual to denote heroism and/or extraordinary or meritorious acts or services.

RIBBON ATTACHMENT,AWARD

A device the design of which indicates an additional degree of award or a service recognition. It is to be affixed only to the ribbon of previous awards, such as medals, decorations, service ribbons, or the like, and is never worn alone.

ROSETTE,DECORATION

A gathered or pleated ribbon device designed to be worn on the lapel of civilian clothes to denote receipt of a specific decoration.

SERVICE RIBBON,AWARD

A distinctive device worn to indicate a service, duty, qualification, or receipt of an award, such as a decoration, medal, citation, or the like.

MEDAL SET,SERVICE

A service medal with all authorized appurtenances, such as a lapel button, service ribbon, or the like, furnished as evidence of the honorable performance of duty in wars, campaigns, or expeditions, or of specifically designated services.

MEDAL,SERVICE

A distinctive device, such as a metal disk with suspension ribbon, or the like, furnished as evidence of the honorable performance of duty in wars, campaigns, or expeditions, or of specifically designated services.

LAPEL BUTTON,AWARD

A device designed for wear on the lapel of civilian clothes to indicate a service, duty, qualification, or receipt of an award, such as a decoration, medal, citation, badge, or the like.

DECORATION SET,INDIVIDUAL

A decoration with all authorized appurtenances, such as a lapel button, rosette, service ribbon, or the like, awarded to an individual to denote heroism and/or extraordinary or meritorious acts or services.

DECORATION,UNIT

A distinctive device, such as a ribbon with frame, or the like, worn by individuals to denote membership in a group or organization cited for heroism and/or extraordinary or meritorious acts or services performed as a result of group effort.

DECORATION RIBBON ATTACHMENT,PALM BRANCH

DECORATION RIBBON ATTACHMENT,ROSETTE

DECORATION RIBBON ATTACHMENT,STAR

FASTENER,BADGES AND INSIGNIA

A device, made of suitable material, usually quickly removable, for clasping, holding or fastening medals, insignia, decorations and the like, when worn on the clothing of an individual. It may be either a spring tension type or screw on type.

MEDALLION,ORGANIZATIONAL AWARD

An item of various shapes and designs, to be given in recognition of an achievement. Often disk shaped, it may have a device such as a pin for display purposes, including attaching it to clothing. It may include an inscription, a departmental or organizational seal, and/or other heraldic design. Excludes MEDAL, SERVICE; PLAQUE, ORGANIZATIONAL; and TRAY,ORGANIZATIONAL AWARD.

TASSEL,GARRISON CAP

An item of a thick or thin fringe, kept together in a knot and hanging on a double lace. Usually made of wool or gold yarn and used as a decoration. It is attached to a CAP (1), GARRISON.

CLIP,HOLDER,BADGE

A device designed to hold identifications; promotional and novelty badges for means of attaching to garments.

INSIGNIA,SHOULDER STRAP

A band of suitably flexible material of predetermined dimensions. It is worn around the shoulder strap on an outer garment identifying rank or the organization of which the wearer is or was a member.

PLUME

A head-dress embellishment made from feathers, hair or a combination of both and worn to indicate membership in a corp, regiment or branch of service. Includes hackle and backcock feathers.

INSIGNIA,HEAD-DRESS

A distinctive device worn to signify assignment of the wearer to a branch of service, regiment, corps or organization. It may be made of metal, cloth, plastic or a combination of all. Excludes INSIGNIA (1), SERVICE CAP; INSIGNIA(1), HAT; INSIGNIA (1), GARRISON CAP; INSIGNIA (1), SERVICE HAT AND SERVICE CAP; and INSIGNIA (1), BERET. (Converted from AEUSA on 12022020).

SASH

A distinctive band worn over one shoulder or round the waist. Excludes BELT (as modified) and CUMMERBUND,MANS.

INSIGNIA,WRIST STRAP

A device made of suitable material of predetermined shape and/or form to display the various types of insignias and/or appointments while on training. It is designed to be transferrable and it is worn on the wrist.

INSIGNIA,STRIP

A length of insignia to be cut and used by Private First Class and 3 SGT.

INSIGNIA,RANK,RATING

A device to be affixed to the uniform to indicate a specific specialist.

INSIGNIA,GORGET

A distinctive mark on the collar of military uniform worn by senior officer.

INSIGNIA,COLLAR,OFFICER

A device to be affixed to the collar of uniform to indicate a specific rank, including warrant officer.

INSIGNIA,UNIT-CENTER

An insignia, generally metallic, designed to indicate the unit or center to which a person is posted; for example, a company, a regiment, a military academy, an air base, and the like. See also BAND, SERVICE CAP. Excludes INSIGNIA, SHOULDER SLEEVE.

TAG,FOURRAGERE

A unually metallic and conical-shaped item which is fixed to one end of a FOURRAGERE.

OLIVE,FOURRAGERE

An egg-shaped item provided with a central hole which is located above a TAG, FOURRAGERE. The color disposition enables to differentiate the orgin of the fourragere.

SHOULDER BOARD,CEREMONIAL

A device designed to be worn on the shoulders of military uniforms. It is intended to be used by military personnel who are assigned particularly formal duties in military ceremonies. It may include fringes.

SHOULDER STRAP

A narrow rectangular embroidered piece of cloth worn parallel to the shoulder seam of some military personnel uniforms.

BADGE,PROFESSIONAL MILITARY QUALIFICATION

A usually metallic item to be affixed to the uniform of enlisted personnel to indicate a military certificate degree and a specialty degree. Excludes BADGE (1), QUALIFICATION and BADGE, RATING.

FOURRAGERE

An item primarily composed of a braided or double cord and a TAG, FOURRAGERE. It is usually worn around the left shoulder and may or may not have one or two OLIVE, FOURRAGERE. Excludes AIGUILLETTE.

INSIGNIA,BERET

An insignia designed to be affixed to a beret to indicate organization, department, or corps. Excludes INSIGNIA, GARRISON CAP; INSIGNIA, SERVICE CAP; INSIGNIA, HAT and INSIGNIA, SERVICE HAT AND SERVICE CAP.

RIBBON,SLEEVES

An item manufactured from a narrow woven fabric. It is normally used as a decorative sleeve band. It may indicate a branch of service, or the like.

INSIGNIA,IDENTIFICATION,PERSONNEL

A narrow, woven ribbon item designed to accommodate a personal name, usually worn on the chest of a uniform, jumper, shirt, and the like. The name gives a positive identification of the individual. It may include hook-and-pile fastener for attaching. Excludes BADGE, IDENTIFICATION, PERSONNEL.

PIN,KILT

A fastening device which is used to pin together the edges of a kilt and may also indicate the organization to which the wearer belongs.

BROOCH,PLAID

A fastening device used to pin together a plaid as worn by a piper or drummer or other bandsmen. It may incorporate identification of the organization to which the wearer belongs and may be embellished with decorative stones and the like.

INSIGNIA,RANK,SPECIALIST

A device to be affixed to the uniform to indicate a specific specialist.

DISTINCTIVE DEVICE KIT,SERVICE CAP

A collection of items such as a CORD, SERVICE CAP or a service cap strap, one or more BUTTON, INSIGNIA and the like, designed to be affixed to a CAP, SERVICE.

BRIEF CASE

A flat case or bag suitable for carrying briefs or similar documents. It must be confined to a top opening and have handles for carrying. It may have a flap or strap. Excludes PORTFOLIO.

TRAY,LOCKER TRUNK

An open shallow receptacle having a flat bottom and sometimes a partition(s). It is designed to fit into the bottom portion of a locker trunk.

KIT CASE,NAVIGATOR'S

KIT BAG,FLYER'S

TRUNK,LOCKER

A large, rigid chest having a hinged lid and a lock. It usually has reinforced corners, and it may have a clothes-hanging bar or a removable tray. It is used to store personal clothing and other miscellaneous personal items. Excludes CHEST, COLLAPSIBLE.

PORTFOLIO

An item of flexible or nonflexible material used for carrying papers, prints, or similar documents. The nonflexible material type is a booklike item, the covers bound together at one edge. The flexible material type may open on one, two, or three sides, and may be equipped with a ring binder, handles, and/or pockets. The item may be kept closed by tie strings, slide fasteners, or other devices to hold the item in a closed position. Excludes BRIEF CASE and ENVELOPE, WALLET.

POCKET,BRIEF CASE,REMOVABLE

An envelope type item attached to the inside of a brief case by means of a slide fastener, snap fasteners, or the like, to permit removal from the case.

BAG,MONEY

An item fabricated from cotton duck, leather, and/or other materials designed for carrying money. It may be internally reinforced. It may have carrying handles and/or lock or locking device.

CASE,MAP AND PHOTOGRAPH

A canvas carrying case with shoulder straps, fitted with 12 removable transparent envelopes for carrying maps, photogrraphs and the like.

CASE,DISPATCH

A case having a rigid frame, covered with leather, plastic, or other suitable material. It normally has a locking device and it may be compartmented. It may also include a rigid partition which can be used as a writing desk. It is used to carry dispatches or other similar papers.

SUITCASE

A reusable rectangular case designed to accommodate wearing apparel and/or other personal articles. It is normally of rigid or semirigid construction and has handles for hand carrying. Excludes SATCHEL, PHYSICIAN'S.

CASE,INTELLIGENCE OFFICER'S SET

A rigid case having partitions and pockets. It is designed to hold and transport the items of an intelligence officer's field set. It may be equipped with carrying handles.

CASE,PILOT'S MAP AND DATA

A rigid container designed to hold maps and other necessary data used by aircraft pilots. It is a part of the loose equipment flyaway.

CHEST,COLLAPSIBLE

A container with a hinged top and sides specifically designed to be folded into a compact unit when not in use for the purpose of conserving space. It may have carrying handle(s) and locking device. It is used for storage and transport of such items as clothing, equipment, and the like. Excludes TRUNK, LOCKER.

CASE,MAP

An item of flexible or nonflexible material used to transport and protect maps. It usually has a device to hold the item in a closed position.

BAG,GARMENT

A container of a flexible construction designed to be used when traveling, by flight crew and other personnel to accommodate wearing apparel and/or other personal articles. It normally folds in half and has a center handle to facilitate carrying. It may also have a shoulder strap. Excludes SUITCASE and BAG, WARDROBE.

HELMET,GROUND TROOPS'

A dome-shaped head covering of metal or other suitable material, designed to be worn over a liner to protect the head from flying projectiles. Excludes HELMET,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' and HELMET,PARACHUTISTS'.

BODY ARMOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE

Body armor designed to provide protection from low velocity shell, grenade, or mine fragments.

CASING,BODY ARMOR INSERT

A component of body armor that is made of vinyl film, or other suitable material, and having heat-sealed seams. It is designed to permanently encase body armor inserts.

STRAP,WEBBING

A narrow strip of webbing cut to a definite length, having one or both ends processed. It is usually designed for, and may have, one or more attachments or fasteners, such as BUCKLE; LOOP, STRAP FASTENER; strap end clip; RING, DEE; Hook; and the like. Excludes STRAP, BERTH, MATTRESS RETAINING; STRAP, CHIN; safety straps; and WEBBING, TEXTILE. Do not use if a more specific item name applies.

HELMET,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S

A head covering which may be ballistic and/or crash protective. It may have integrally mounted communications equipment.

HELMET,PHONE TALKER'S

A heavy, molded, metal head covering with built-in cushion support, designed for wear over sound power telephone equipment or other headphone equipment to protect the head from flying projectiles.

HELMET,PARACHUTISTS'

A head covering of metal or other suitable material. It may be snug-fitting and cushioned with facilities for attaching an oxygen mask and/or audio equipment, or it may be designed for wear over a liner to protect the head from flying projectiles. Excludes HELMET, GROUND TROOPS' and HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A vest that is designed to hold and position body armor insert(s) that protect the torso, front and/or back, from bullets of small caliber firearms such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. This vest includes body armor insert(s). For items not constructed of ballistic protective material and items that do not include body armor insert(s), see VEST (1), NON-BALLISTIC PROTECTIVE,ARMOR-CARRYING.

BODY ARMOR,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE

Body armor designed to provide protection from bullets of firearms of small caliber, such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,CHIN

An assembly consisting of a chin strap and attaching chapes or with suspension device and the necessary hardware to join and adjust the length and to attach the chin strap to a head covering such as a helmet, helmet liner and the like. It may have a fixed or movable pad under the chin.

INSERT,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A component of body armor that is put into a frame, garment, or the like for the purpose of protecting specific parts of the body from low velocity shell, grenade, or mine fragments. It is usually removable for purposes of replacement.

INSERT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A component of body armor that is put into a frame, garment, or the like for the purpose of protecting specific parts of the body from bullets of firearms of small caliber, such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. It is usually removable for purposes of replacement.

LINER,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

A molded head covering fabricated from laminated cloth and having a protective coating. The fabricated liner may be fragmentation protective. It has a head suspension band assembly to support the liner on the head of the wearer. A headband and neckband may be furnished with the liner.

LINER,PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

A molded head covering fabricated from laminated cloth and having a protective coating. The fabricated liner may be fragmentation protective. It has a head suspension band assembly to support the liner on the head of the wearer, and a chin strap assembly. A headband and neckband may be furnished with the liner.

SHELL,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

The permanent outer covering of fragmentation protective body armor.

BODY ARMOR,FRAGMENTATION-SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE

Body armor designed to provide protection from low velocity shell, grenade, or mine fragments, and from bullets of firearms of small caliber, such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles.

HEADBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

An adjustable band used inside the helmet liner to provide proper fit of helmet.

NECKBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

An adjustable band across the back of the helmet liner used to prevent friction against the neck by the helmet. It may be used interchangeably in the ground troops' helmet liner and the parachutist's helmet liner.

NECKBAND,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET LINER

An adjustable band across the back of the ground troops' helmet liner used to prevent friction against the neck by the helmet.

STIFFENER SET,INSERT,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

An assortment of stiffeners designed to provide support to the ballistic filler insert. They may be die cut or molded to size and shape.

PAD,PARACHUTISTS' HELMET LINER

A pad of cushioning material designed to allow positioning in the inside area of a helmet liner to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

HARDWARE SET,CHIN STRAP

A collection of common hardware items, such as buckles, balls and hooks specifically designed for use in assembling and attaching release assemblies for chin straps.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET LINER

An arrangement of straps consisting of cross straps forming a cradle and a peripheral band. Hardware such as eyelets, buckles and clips for attaching the helmet liner is usually included.

HEADBAND,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An adjustable band used inside the helmet to provide proper fit of helmet.

HELMET,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'

A head covering providing ballistic protection to the wearer when exposed to the environmental hazards of training and warfare. Excludes HELMET, GROUND TROOPS' and HELMET, PARACHUTISTS'.

PAD,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

A pad of cushioning material designed to allow positioning in the inside area of a helmet to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

STRAP,RETENTION,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An item specifically designed to retain and/or hold the helmet in a fixed position on the head of the wearer.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET

An arrangement of straps, netting, or the like which is formed to fit the upper half of the head. May include hardware such as eyelets, buckles, and clips for attaching to the helmet. Excludes SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, GROUND TROOPS' HELMET.

COVER,BODY ARMOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE

A cover fabricated from textile material designed to be worn over the BODY ARMOR, FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE to provide Desert Area Camouflage.

CUMMERBUND

A broad sash worn as a waistband.

HELMET,BODY ARMOR

An item of metal designed to protect the head from fragments.

VISOR,BODY ARMOR HELMET

A metal eyeshield fitted to the shape of the helmet. It has an opening and closing mechanism, to be attached to both sides of the helmet.

LENS,BODY ARMOR HELMET VISOR

A replaceable part for the VISOR, BODY ARMOR HELMET.

BAG,BODY ARMOR HELMET

An item of flexible material designed to carry and protect the helmet.

ATTACHMENT KIT,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN'S HELMET

A group of items used to attach the inner liner to the outer shell of the helmet. It may consist of either a strip or attachment tab, with paper identification and instruction label included.

SHELL,COMBAT VEHICLE CREWMAN,HELMET

An outer ballistic protective head covering of laminated structure. It is designed to be worn with an inner helmet, with attached microphone headset.

COAT,BODY ARMOR,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

A coat designed to provide protection against high velocity fragments associated with unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices.

HELMET BONNET,BODY ARMOR,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

An item designed to protect the head against high velocity fragments associated with unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices.

TROUSERS,BODY ARMOR,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Trousers specifically designed to provide protection against high velocity fragments associated with unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices.

BODY ARMOR,CHEST PLATE-FACE SHIELD,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

Body armor designed for use as part of the bomb disposal suit to provide protection against high velocity fragments associated with unexploded ordnance and improvised devices.

RAINCOAT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A raincoat designed to utilize a zipout ballistic liner, that protects the torso front and/or back to withstand threats from bullets of small caliber firearms, such as special handguns, carbine and the likes.

UNDERSHIRT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

An undergarment designed for protection level to the navel to provide maximum comfort when seated. It has ballistic inserts to maintain protection from bullets of small caliber firearms such as special handguns, carbine and the likes. It may or may not be full wrap around.

JACKET,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A jacket designed to utilize a zipout ballistic insert liner, that protects the torso front and/or back from bullets of small caliber firearms, such as special handguns, carbine and the likes.

BODY ARMOR OUTFIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

A quantity of various items such as a coat, trousers, chest plate/face shield, helmet bonnet and a bag for carrying and storing items. Designed to be used by personnel for protection against high velocity fragments.

SUIT,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

A specially designed one-piece garment designed to provide protection against the four major threats that a bomb technician must be concerned with, overpressure, fragmentation, impact and heat.

PAD,PHONE TALKER'S HELMET

A group of pads made from a cushioning material designed to be positioned on the inside area of a helmet. They are used to protect the head from impact, for ventilation and headset clearance.

SCREW,HELMET

A long slotted, truss head item designed to be used for attaching the suspension assembly and chin strap to the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

EDGING,HELMET

An item designed of a flexible type material to be used for finishing off the edges of the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

CLIP,HEADBAND HELMET

A rigid item designed to attach the headband to the fixed web strap of the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

WASHER,HELMET

An item designed to be used with the SCREW, HELMET and POST, HELMET to attach the chin strap and allowing for swiveling on the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

POST,HELMET

An item designed to be used with the SCREW, HELMET and WASHER, HELMET to attach the chin strap and allowing for swiveling on the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

PAD,EARPHONE,PHONE TALKER'S HELMET

An item made of a flexible cushioning type material attached to the inside areas of the helmet to buffer out sounds and vibrations.

CABLE TIE,HELMET

An item designed to be used with the PLATE, TIE HOLDER, HELMET to hold the STRAP ASSEMBLY, CHIN.

PLATE,TIE HOLDER,HELMET

An item made of a hard plastic material attached to the side of the helmet to hold the CABLE TIE, HELMET.

BUCKLE ASSEMBLY,HELMET

An item consisting of a buckle and web strap attached to the cable tie to fasten the chin strap to the helmet.

LOOP ASSEMBLY HINGED,HELMET

An item designed with a loop and hinge, which is welded to the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS' for the strap fastener.

HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE

A rigid, molded item of headgear, consisting of an outer shell with a cushioned liner and an adjustable faceshield. It is designed to protect the wearer's head from such dangers as shocks, falling objects, ballistic threats and the like. It may have a NECK CURTAIN, PROTECTIVE HELMET and may include provision for communication equipment.

CUP,HELMET CHIN STRAP

A removable oval shaped item made of plastic to be attached to STRAP, CHIN to stabilize the strap from moving around in the chin area.

VEST PART,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

The outward textile parts of the protective vest such as back part, abdominal part and front part. Excludes INSERT, SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

An arrangement of straps, netting, or the like which is formed to fit the upper part of the head. May include hardware such as eyelets, buckles, and clips for attaching to the helmet. Excludes SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET.

STRAP,RETENTION,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

An item specifically designed to retain and/or hold the helmet in a fixed position on the head of the wearer. Excludes STRAP, RETENTION, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS' HELMET.

FITTING KIT,HELMET

A group of items such as a brow, crown and ear pads used in sizing adjustment, may include hardware and/or adhesive(s).

BODY ARMOR ENHANCEMENT SET

A collection of items that may include a helmet visor, breast, groin and collar plates and designed to be fitted to a body armor outfit, explosive ordnance disposal in order to increase its protection level.

BAG,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL HELMET

A container made of flexible material and designed to protect a explosive ordnance disposal helmet during carry and storage.

BODY ARMOR,SPINE,PROTECTOR

A device that protects the spine from injury. It is normally worn during explosive ordnance disposal operations where the wearer may be subjected to falls or impact from airborne objects.

HELMET,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

An item designed to protect the head of the wearer from high velocity fragments, impact, heat and blast. It may include a full face visor, ventilation and communication systems. It is normally worn in conjunction with a BODY ARMOR OUTFIT, EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL. Excludes HELMET, BODY ARMOR.

VISOR,HELMET,EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL

A clear, full face item, fitted to the shape of the helmet to protect the face of the wearer from the effects of flash and high velocity fragments. Excludes VISOR, BODY ARMOR HELMET.

SHIELD,PERSONAL PROTECTIVE

A device used by military personnel and others for protection against fragmentation, ballistic and other impact objects during riot control,Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD),tactical assault,bodyguard and firefighting duties. It may have a viewing port,hand and arm grips,shoulder harness or lets to allow for use in a self-supporting mode. It may fold/unfold.

CARRIER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A carrier or pouch like item designed to hold and position body armor insert(s) that protects the chest area from bullets of small caliber firearms such as pistols, carbines, rifles and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. This carrier includes body armor insert(s). For carriers not constructed of ballistic protective material and do not include body armor insert(s), see CARRIER,NON-BALLISTIC PROTECTIVE,ARMOR-CARRYING. Excludes VEST (1),SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

HELMET,SHIPBOARD BATTLE

An item designed to be worn when on board a ship, providing ballistic protection to the wearer's head from fragmentation and impact injuries.

SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,SHIPBOARD BATTLE HELMET

An arrangement of straps consisting of cross straps forming a cradle and a peripheral band, foam back crown pad, crown pad drawstring. May include hardware, such as eyelets, buckles and clips for attaching to the helmet.

BODY ARMOR KIT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE

A collection of armored clothing and/or clothing components designed to protect the wearer from the effects of small arms.

HOLDER SET,NET,HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

Two or more holders which form a portion of a SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, HELMET (as modified) and are designed to affix the NET, HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY.

NET,HELMET SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

An item which forms a portion of a SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY, HELMET (as modified) and provides for the tight and comfortable fit of the helmet.

SWEATBAND,SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

A removable narrow item which is affixed to the lower inside of a suspension assembly (as modified); it is designed to protect the suspension assembly from grease and sweat.

COVER,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A fabricated removable textile item designed to wrap a VEST, SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. It may be made in different colors.

BALLISTIC ASSEMBLY,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

An item consisting of several layers of flexible aramid homogen and damp-proofing cloth sewed together to form a ballistic assembly. It may have various sizes excepted for pelvic assemblies.

COVER,COLLAR,VEST SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A removable item used to pack the assembly balistic collar. It is closed by a zip fastener. This item is attached by four tapes with hook and pile on the COVER, VEST, SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

COVER,NECK PROTECTION,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE

A removable item designed to pack the armor plate for the neck. It is closed by a zip fastener. This item is hold on a COVER, VEST, PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR by a half zip fastener, the other is on the vest cover. It keeps stand up by two tapes with hook and piles.

PELVIC COVER,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A removable item designed to pack the assembly balistic and the armor plate. It is closed on the posterior side by a zip fastener. In the front of the cover, a pocket is used to insert the armor plate and a extendible gusset is designed for usual items. This item is hold on a COVER, VEST, SMALL PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR by a fastener.

BODY ARMOR,VEST

INC 66779 REINSTATED ON 051812~INC 66779 CANCELLED/REPLACED BY ,INC 66824, FIIG A23900, APP-KEY A , ON 100501 BODY ARMOR DESIGNED TO PROVIDE PROTECTION TO THE TORSO, FRONT AND/OR BACK, FROM INJURY DUE TO SHOCKS, BLOWS, PROJECTILES, OR THE LIKE.

HELMET,GROUND TROOPS' OR PARACHUTISTS',NIGHT VISION

A ground troops' or parachutists' helmet that has been modified by design to carry night vision goggles while continuing to provide ballistic protection.

NECK CURTAIN,PROTECTIVE HELMET

An item designed to be fixed on the back of a protective helmet of policemen, firemen and other services as to protect the back of the wearer's neck from shocks, ballistic threats or flying sparks, water, and falling objects during serving in extreme conditions.

VISOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

A clear item designed to be mounted on a HELMET,GROUND TROOPS' to protect the wearer's face from low velocity shell, grenade, or mine fragments.

JAWS PROTECTOR,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR,GROUND TROOPS' HELMET

An item designed to be mounted on a HELMET,GROUND TROOPS' to protect the wearer's mandible and maxilla from low velocity shell, grenade, or mine fragments.

PAD SET,SHOULDER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR VEST

A pair of removable items, containing a BALLISTIC ASSEMBLY,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR, to be affixed to a VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. It is designed to protect the wearer's shoulders.

COLLAR,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR VEST

A removable item, containing a BALLISTIC ASSEMBLY,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR, to be affixed to a VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. It is designed to protect the wearer's neck. Excludes COVER,COLLAR,VEST SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR.

MITTS,FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A pair of items having no finger sheaths and which may or may not contain an INSERT, FRAGMENTATION PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. It is primarily designed to be worn over combat gloves to protect wearer's hands from low velocity shell, grenade or mine fragments.

DUMMY INSERT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A dummy component od body armor that is put into a frame, garment, or the like for the purpose of protecting specific parts of the body from bullets of firearms of small caliber, such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. It is usually removable for purposes of replacement. Used for training purposes.

REPAIR KIT,HELMET

A repair kit designed for replacement of the worn and/or broken parts of one or more HELMET (as modified).

COVER,SHOULDER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR VEST

An item designed to contain a shoulder BALLISTIC ASSEMBLY, VEST, SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. It is closed by a FASTENER, SLIDE, INTERLOCKING; a FASTENER TAPE, HOOK AND PILE, and the like. Excludes PAD SET, SHOULDER, SMALL ARMS BODY ARMOR VEST.

NAPE PAD,HELMET

A pad of cushioning material designed to be mounted on the back of a helmet to protect the back of the head from ballistic threats. Excludes NECK CURTAIN,POLICE SERVICE PROTECTIVE HELMET.

INSERT SET,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A set of components of body armor that are put into a frame, garment, or the like for the purpose of protecting specific parts of the body from bullets of firearms of small caliber, such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including armor piercing projectiles. It is usually removable for purposes of replacement.

NAPE RETENTION SYSTEM,HELMET

An item specifically designed to retain and/or hold a combat helmet in a fixed position on the head of the wearer. Includes a 4-point retention system with a nape pad, tab assemblies, hardware, and side release buckle.

NUT,HELMET

An item designed to be used with the SCREW,HELMET to hold the suspension assembly to the HELMET,GROUND TROOPS - 'PARACHUTISTS'".

VISOR,HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE

A clear item designed to be mounted on a HELMET,PROTECTIVE,POLICE SERVICE to protect the wearer's face from blows, thrown objects, ballistic threats and the like.

UNDERGARMENT,PROTECTIVE

An undergarment designed for protection level in the groin and upper leg area.

COVER SET,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR VEST

A collection of two or more different covers which may consist of a COVER,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR; COVER,COLLAR,VEST SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVEBODY ARMOR; PELVIC COVER,VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR; one or more COVER,SHOULDER,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR VEST; and the like.

DUMMY VEST,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR

A dummy item that is designed to hold and position one or more DUMMY INSERT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR that protects the torso, front and/or back from bullets of small caliber firearms such as pistols, carbines, rifles, and the like, including piercing projectiles. The item includes one or more DUMMY INSERT,SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE BODY ARMOR. Used for training purposes.

HELMET,FLYER'S

A head covering consisting of an outer shell and a lining designed to provide warmth for flying personnel. It may be ballastic and/or crash protective and may be equipped with an electrical headset and microphone. It may provide chemical defense and nuclear weapon flash protection.

BOOTS,FLYERS'

Footwear made of rubber, leather, or other suitable material, designed to be worn by flying personnel. They may be used with antiexposure clothing and may be equipped with an air pressure release device.

OVERSHOES,FLYERS'

Overshoes specifically designed for the protection of flying personnel both in flight and when forced to bail out or crash-land in water.

COVERALLS,ANTI-G

Coveralls containing interconnected inflatable bladders designed to exert pressure upon the abdomen, thighs and calves of aircraft personnel to prevent blackout. Excludes COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE AND ANTI-G and COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE.

COVERALLS,HIGH ALTITUDE

Coveralls containing two continuous inflatable bladders extending from wrists to shoulders, and down sides to legs and ankles, together with an abdominal bladder. It is designed to equalize pressure when flying at extreme high altitudes. Excludes COVERALLS, ANTI-G and COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE AND ANTI-G.

COVERALLS,HIGH ALTITUDE AND ANTI-G

Coveralls containing two inflatable bladder systems, one anti-G, and one high altitude. It is designed to counteract G-forces and the effects of extreme high altitude. It is provided with means for attaching an anti-pressure helm. Excludes COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE and COVERALLS, ANTI-G.

COVERING,ANTI-G COVERALLS HOSE

An elastic covering used to cover the anti-G coveralls hose and fit over the aperture to form a watertight seal.

VISOR,FLYER'S HELMET

A plastic eyeshield, preformed to conform to the shape of the outer shell of a helmet. It has a guide with guide spring attached to each side and an opening in the center of the top edge for attaching to the visor lock. When open, it extends from the rim of the helmet to a position just below the eyes.

GLOVES,HIGH ALTITUDE

Gloves containing an inflatable rubber bladder which provides counterpressure to hands during high altitude flights.

SLEEPING BAG

An item usually made of waterproof material, and normally padded or insulated for heat retention. It is designed to protect personnel sleeping outdoors from cold and dampness or moisture.

PAD,HELMET CHIN STRAP

A pad of cushioning material designed to be centered on the chin strap to protect from friction between the strap and the chin.

VEST,SURVIVAL

A halterlike garment with adjustable harness arranged over the shoulders, designed to be worn by aircraft personnel. It contains pockets of various design and size to accommodate survival equipment.

HOOD,FLYER'S

An item designed for use by flight personnel to cover the head, neck, and upper portion of the body to armpit level. The head section is lined and has a storm flap with a fur ruff. The body section is of unlined fabric.

HOOD,CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL MASK

A covering for the head, neck, and shoulders, designed to fit over a chemical-biological mask without interference with wearer's vision or with air circulation through the filtering and outlet mechanism of the mask. It provides additional protection against chemical and biological toxic agents.

VISOR LOCK,HELMET

A knob having a screw or spring type stem which is inserted through a slot or channel in the center front of a helmet where it is attached to and controls the movement of the visor from a position inside the helmet to a position covering the eyes. It is locked in position by turning the screw or by releasing pressure on the spring as applicable.

LINING,HELMET,SHOCK ABSORBING

An item of foamed plastic molded to conform to the contour of the inside of a helmet shell. It is designed to be permanently installed in the helmet to afford increased protection to the head from impact.

HOUSING,FLYER'S HELMET VISOR

A preformed item molded to conform to the shape of the front of a flyer's helmet. It is attached to the helmet to provide a protective cover for the adjustable visor. It may have a vertical slot through the center front to permit the attachment of the visor lock to the visor and provide for raising or lowering the visor or two vertical slots to permit the access to the helmet visor lock. It may include a support for mounting night vision goggles.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,CHIN

An assembly consisting of a chin strap and attaching chapes or with suspension device and the necessary hardware to join and adjust the length and to attach the chin strap to a head covering such as a helmet, helmet liner and the like. It may have a fixed or movable pad under the chin.

STRAP ASSEMBLY,NAPE

An assembly consisting of two strap sections and a lacing cord used to join the sections at the center and adjust the size. It is designed to be used with a cushioned pad.

HELMET,PARARESCUE

A close-fitting, heavily-padded head covering. It is specifically designed to be worn by personnel trained in parachute rescue operations. It is equipped with a face guard for protection of wearer when jumping into wooded areas. Excludes HELMET, PARACHUTIST'S.

POCKET,RADIO,SURVIVAL VEST

An item specifically designed to be sewn or otherwise affixed to a survival vest for the purpose of holding a radio.

ANTI-G GARMENT,CUTAWAY

A one-piece garment covering only certain portions of the body, such as the stomach, thighs, and calves. It may be worn over other clothing. The garment contains interconnected inflatable bladders designed to exert pressure on the stomach, thighs and calves of aircraft personnel to prevent blackout. Excludes COVERALLS, ANTI-G; COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE; COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE AND ANTI-G; and TROUSERS, ANTI-G.

COVERALLS,FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE

Waterproof coveralls specifically designed for use of flying personnel in event of emergency bailing out over water. It provides some degree of buoyancy, as well as protection from the elements. It is usually provided with head and hand coverings. The foot covering is usually an integral part of the suit. Excludes COVERALLS, FLYERS'.

LINER,FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE COVERALLS

An item similar to the coveralls, but is used beneath the antiexposure coveralls as an insulation liner.

SEAL,FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE COVERALLS NECK

A pliable rubber or composition which is molded into shape to form a watertight seal at the neck.

MITTEN SET,FLYER'S ANTIEXPOSURE

An item intended for use as an emergency mitten set with the antiexposure suit.

HARDWARE SET,CHIN STRAP

A collection of common hardware items, such as buckles, balls and hooks specifically designed for use in assembling and attaching release assemblies for chin straps.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,FLYERS',ANTI-EXPOSURE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel designed to be worn by flying personnel in the event of an emergency bail-out over water. See also, CLOTHING OUTFIT, COLD WEATHER and CLOTHING OUTFIT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL.

CLOTHING OUTFIT,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

A quantity of various items of wearing apparel such as coat, trousers, coveralls, hood and gloves designed to be worn over other garment to protect the wearer against nuclear, biological, and chemical contaminants.

COVERALLS,CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Coveralls designed for the protection of personnel working in the presence of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. It may also be used for personnel training but, in that case, it does not protect from chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination.

HOLSTER,PISTOL

A holster designed to hold and protect a pistol. It usually conforms to the shape of the pistol and has an opening to facilitate withdrawl of the pistol by it's handle. It is worn on the waist, shoulder, hip, or thigh of a person. A belt, strap, or harness may be furnished with the item.

SEAL,WRIST,FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE COVERALLS

A pliable rubber or composition which is molded to form a watertight seal at the wrist.

PATCH POCKET,CLOTHING

INC 45003 REINSTATED ON 010408~INC 45003 DELETED ON 102095 A detachable pocket affixed to special purpose clothing, by means of tab fasteners and the like.

COVERALLS,CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE

Coveralls specifically designed to afford protection for personnel working in areas contaminated by chemical agents. Excludes COVERALLS (1), CHEMICAL AND GAS PROTECTIVE.

EDGING,HELMET

An item designed of a flexible type material to be used for finishing off the edges of the HELMET, GROUND TROOPS'-PARACHUTISTS'.

VISOR,AIR FILTERING HOOD

An item made of plastic material which, in its function as an eyeshield, is adapted to the physical shape of the hood and may be equipped with a quick opening device. The item reaches from the forehead edge of the hood to the area below the eyes. It is part of the respirator outfit of airborne personnel for the protection against decontamination.

COVER,VISOR,AIR FILTERING HOOD

An item made of cellular plastic material which is adapted to the physical shape of the VISOR, AIR FILTERING HOOD and which is used to protect it against scratches and other damages.

GLOVES,NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL,AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS PROTECTIVE

Gloves specificlly designed to be worn by personnel to ensure protection from nuclear, biological and chemical contaminants. They may also be used for personnel training but, in that case, they do not protect from nuclear, biological and chemical contaminants.

FITTING KIT,HELMET

A group of items such as a brow, crown and ear pads used in sizing adjustment, may include hardware and/or adhesive(s).

TROUSERS,ANTI-G

Trousers extending from the waist downwards and containing an inflatable bladder system designed to exert pressures upon the abdomen, thighs, and calves of aircrew. Excludes COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE and COVERALLS, HIGH ALTITUDE AND ANTI-G.

COVER,VISOR,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used to protect the visor from scratching, dust, and the like when not in use.

COVER,LENS,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used to protect the lens from scratching, dust, and the like when not in use.

EARPAD SET,FLYER'S HELMET

A padded item used to cushion the earcup of a helmet for comfortable fit.

EARCUP,FLYER'S HELMET

An item used as a protective covering and holder for the earphone receiver.

MODIFICATION KIT,FLYER'S HELMET

An item or collection of items employed to modify a flyer's helmet.

SLIPPER,PROTECTIVE COVERALLS,FLYERS'

A waterproof, removable item of different sizes used with COVERALLS, FLYERS', ANTIEXPOSURE. It may be put into boots.

SOCKS,THERMAL AND IMMERSION PROTECTIVE

Items of footwear, which cover the feet and legs, part way to the knee. Designed to retain body heat and exclude water. Excludes SOCKS, EXTREME COLD WEATHER.

ADJUSTING STRIP,COVERALLS,FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE

A textile article cut to a definite length designed to fit a COVERALLS, FLYERS' ANTIEXPOSURE on wearer's body. It usually has two or more FASTENER TAPE, HOOK.

BLADDER ASSEMBLY,ANTI-G SUIT

A gaseous filled chamber that equips anti-G suit which exerts pressures on aircraft personnel to prevent blackout.

SHIELD,MAXILLOFACIAL,FLYER'S HELMET

A device used by Military Personnel and others for facial protection against fragmentation, ballistic and other impact objects. It may have attachments for hardware kits, straps to allow for use in a self-supporting mode.

VEST,ANTI-G

A halter like garment with adjustable harness containing interconnected inflatable bladders designed to exert pressure upon the shoulders of aircraft personnel to prevent blackout.

SUSPENDERS,TROUSERS

A pair of straps worn over the shoulders and fastened at the waistline of trousers to support them.

LEGGINGS,MEN'S

An outer covering for the legs, extending anywhere below the knees to the ankles. They are usually made of leather, canvas, duck cloth or the like and usually worn for ceremonial occasions, special duties, and in training areas to protect against dirt briars, and the like. They are secured at the outer side by straps, buttons, eyelets or pressed studs. May cover the instep and have stirrup strap.

NECKERCHIEF

A square or oblong piece of material that is usually folded and worn around the neck like a scarf.

BELT,TROUSERS

A belt designed to support trousers.

BELT,COAT

A belt worn with a coat designed for individuals past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BELT,MILITARY POLICE.

BELT,GENERAL OFFICER'S

A belt designed specifically for General Officers. It may be worn with a distinctive buckle. It may accommodate a pistol holster or a sword scabbord.

GLOVES,MEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by males past the age of physical maturity.

GLOVES,MEN'S AND WOMEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by males/females past the age of physical maturity.

CUMMERBUND

A broad sash worn as a waistband.

HANDKERCHIEF

A piece of cloth, usually square, varying in size, and often decorated with embroidery, edging, a monogram, or the like. It is worn or carried for personal usefulness or as a costume accessory by mature males or females.

SOCKS

Items of footwear which cover the feet and legs part way to the knees.

BELT,CEREMONIAL

A belt designed specifically for wear by Military Personnel while participating in ceremonial duties. It may have a shoulder strap or be worn over the shoulder. It may accommodate a pistol holster, sword scabbard, pouch or like attachments singly or in combination.

GARTER FLASH

A fabric device affixed under the top fold of stockings worn by members of kilted regiments. It extends along the outside of the stocking and varies in pattern, length and color.

GAITERS

An outer covering for the foot, extending anywhere from the bottom of the leg to the end of the shoe. Excludes LEGGINGS, MEN'S.

NECKTIE,MEN'S

A long, narrow length of soft material worn around the neck, usually under the turnover collar of a shirt, and tied in front with a bow, knot, or loop.

SCARF,NECKWEAR,MEN'S

An item of neckwear, of varying lengths and widths, worn loosely about the neck in various ways for warmth or decorative purposes.

DICKEY

A clothing accessory, having usually a turtleneck, which covers the neck, the breast and the back upper portion. It is designed to be worn under a garment to provide additional warmth. Excludes LINER (as modified.)

BELT,ORGANIZATIONAL

A belt specifically designed for wear by military personnel to denote the Corps, Regiment, or Formation to which they belong. Specific colors and patte rns designate the user's unit. The belt is designed to be worn around the waist, either through trouser loops or over the top of an outer garment.

SOCKS,COLD WEATHER

Items of footwear which cover the feet and legs part way to the knees. Primarily designed for protection at mean monthly temperatures of plus 14 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) to plus 68 degrees Fahrenheit (plus 20 degrees Celsius).

NECKTIE,UNISEX

A long, narrow length of soft material worn around the neck, usually under the turnover collar of a shirt, and tied in front with a bow, knot, or loop. Designed to be worn either by males or females.

HANDBAG,WOMAN'S

A soft or rigid container carried in the hand or on the arm of females past the age of physical maturity. It is used to hold money, cosmetics, and all other small personal articles and accessories.

BELT,SANITARY

An adjustable belt designed for females to wear under clothing to hold a sanitary napkin, or a PAD, SANITARY in place.

BELT,COAT

A belt worn with a coat designed for individuals past the age of physical maturity. Excludes BELT,MILITARY POLICE.

NECK TAB,WOMAN'S SHIRT

A neckware accessory worn by female personnel in lieu of a necktie or scarf. It is positioned at the front of the collar by a clip or the like. It conforms with the neckline and is shaped to outline and extend beyond the ends of the shirt collar.

GLOVES,WOMEN'S

Gloves designed to be worn by females past the age of physical maturity.

STRAP,WOMAN'S HANDBAG

A single length of strap having both ends processed. It is designed to provide a means for carrying a woman's handbag. It is equipped with slide keepers and snap fasteners spaced at various intervals to permit the strap to be adjusted so that the handbag can be carried by hand, or worn over the shoulder. Excludes STRAP, LEATHER and SHOULDER STRAP (as modified).

PANTY HOSE,WOMEN'S

A one piece undergarment that fits over the hips and serves as a stocking. The panty and hose are not detachable.

STOCKINGS

Footwear coverings of various textile materials, extending generally above the knees or up to the upper thighs. Excludes STOCKINGS, DIVER'S.

NECKTIE,WOMEN'S

A long, narrow length of soft material worn around the neck, usually under the turnover collar of a shirt, and tied in front with a bow, knot, or loop.

SCARF,NECKWEAR,WOMEN'S

An item of neckwear, of varying lengths and widths, worn loosely about the neck in various ways for warmth or decorative purposes.

BELT,WAIST,WOMAN'S

BELT,ORGANIZATIONAL

A belt specifically designed for wear by military personnel to denote the Corps, Regiment, or Formation to which they belong. Specific colors and patte rns designate the user's unit. The belt is designed to be worn around the waist, either through trouser loops or over the top of an outer garment.

SHOES,GYMNASIUM

Footwear of general use, athletically not restricted by special design to any specific sport. Excludes SHOES, BASEBALL; SHOES, BASKETBALL; and SHOES, FOOTBALL.

PAJAMAS,GIRLS'

An item of sleeping apparel designed for females from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

PAJAMAS,BOYS'

An item of sleeping apparel designed for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

TROUSERS,BOYS'

An outer garment designed for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

OVERCOAT,BOY'S

An overcoat for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

DRAWERS,BOY'S

An undergarment worn on the lower body and legs of males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. They may be brief, thigh or ankle length.

COAT,GIRL'S

INC 21347 REINSTATED ON 030207. A coat for females from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

SHIRT,BOY'S

An item of apparel for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. It is worn over the underclothing.

SHIRT,GIRL'S

An item of apparel for females from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. It is worn over the underclothing.

COAT,BOY'S

A coat for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

UNDERSHIRT,BOY'S

A garment designed to be worn under outer clothing of males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. It may be sleeveless, or have full, half, or quarter length sleeves. Excludes UNDERSHIRT, INFANT'S.

CAP,KNIT

A cap of knitted construction, usually possessing elasticity which permits a snug fit to the head.

GLOVES,BOYS'

Gloves worn to provide protection and warmth for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. Excludes GLOVES (1), INFANTS'.

MITTENS,BOYS'

Mittens worn to provide protection and warmth for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity. Excludes MITTENS (1), INFANTS'.

SWEATER

An outer garment, usually knitted or crocheted, covering the top portion of the body.

JACKET,BOY'S

A jacket designed for males from approximately three years to age of physical maturity.

JACKET,GIRL'S

A jacket designed for females from three years to age of physical maturity.

BOOTS,RIDING

Footwear which covers the feet and legs up to the knees, used by experienced riders or beginners.

SHOES,CLIMBING

Items of footwear which have usually a smooth sole and designed for use in indoor or outdoor wall climbing, rock climbing, and the like.