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Goggles, Flying, Type AN-6530, United States Army Air Forces or Navy
United States Army Air Forces or Navy Type AN-6530 Flying Goggles; nickle plated steel frames; one piece gray rubber eye cussion; plexiglass lenses; ventilation tube on frame; black elastic adjustable strap; engraved "AN-6530" on bridge of frames.
This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. It is either on loan or in storage.
The AN-6530 were a mid-World War II production modification for both the Army and Navy. The AN-6530 were a essentially a strengthened version of the Army Air Forces Type B-7 flying goggles.