Suit, Flying, Japanese Army Air Force
This is a one piece winter flight suit used by the Japanese Army Air Force during World War II. This suit was lined with rabbit fur from the waist to the neck. There is no sewn in name tag in Army flight suits, only a stamp that indicated the supply depot that issued the flight suit. There were, however, spaces on the inside of the suit so the pilot could write his name if he desired.
Transferred from the U.S. Air Force
Japanese Army Air Force one piece coverall flight suit; light brown cotton exterior shell; rabbit fur lining; patch pockets on both breasts with zip closure; patch pockets on thighs; zipper wrist and ankle cuffs; zip front; manufacturer identification stamp inside front zipper.
- Country of Origin
- PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Flight Clothing
- Exterior Shell: Cotton
- Lining: Rabbit Fur
- Clothing: 157.5 x 83.8 x 10.2cm (62 x 33 x 4 in.)