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9/6/2008, · Markings on ,helmets, however were not unit specific. Early on rank bars were place on the back of the ,helmets, of officers to help the ,soldier, tell who was in charge. Reporter Walter Cronkite told the story of picking up the wrong ,helmet, and discovering he was being followed by a platoon of ,soldier, who thought he was ,their, leader.
5/2/2016, · In the latest issue of World War II, a question was asked ,why soldiers, did not connect ,their helmet, straps when under fire. The answer was that there were two reasons with one reason being superficially plausible but actually wrong. The wrong one surprised me because I …
19/12/2009, · Other units are expected to put belts over issued combat jackets we ,do, wear 58 belts over our SMOCKS, wear twisters in ,their, combat trousers, and there was me thinking it was only the RGJ's that wore there trs down![/ roll ,their, CS95 sleeves all the way up the arm, not to far though - your look like a marine showing off his biceps as opposed to just three quarters of the way, and shape ,their, ...
9/11/2010, · ,Nets, on ,helmets, in WW2? I was watching Saving Private Ryan the other day and noticed that there seems to be a ,net, or something like that covering the ,helmets, of the American ,soldiers,. No such ,nets, were on the German ,helmets,.
Based on a non-scientific survey of these miniseries, it looks like US marines and ,soldiers, buckle ,their, chin straps in landing craft or aircraft - and unbuckle them once they hit the landing zone. Like here or here or here or here. The chin strap will either dangle photogenically, or the ,helmet, will appear to ,have, had its strap completely removed.
29th Infantry Division. All 29th Infantry Division ,soldiers, were required to paint ,their, division insignia on the front of ,their helmets,.. 2nd and 5th Ranger Battalions. Rangers of the 2nd and 5th Battalions painted an orange diamond on the backs of ,their helmets,. Within this diamond was a black numeral indicating ,their, battalion. The white bar marking officers and NCOs was sometimes painted ...
24/10/2012, · The American army put a beaded clasp designed to slip loose under such circumstances, or, for example, if a soldier fell from a boarding net when descending from a ship deck to a landing craft (dropping feet first into the sea, the helmet could snap the soldier's neck). Paratroopers have chin straps that are similar to football helmets, so that the busywork involved in leaping out of an aircraft at 100 …
The Army did not officially ,have, a ,helmet net, for the M1 ,helmet, until the model 1944 equipment came out. When it did, the ,net, was OD-7 and about 1/4″ spacing with an elastic band. The ,nets, before then came from whatever was handy. Although some units likely had ,helmet nets, made or procured, others were simply another product of GI ingenuity.