nice find phil and in timewarp condition
They are James. The density function works great. I took them out and looked at our Desert sun and adjusted the dial in the front and they went from normal vision to a welder type tint. I can't wait to check out the tracer capability of the red lenses when I hit the range this weekend and put some tracers down range during the day time, My kids say I look like a Mad scientist with them on so I'm sure I'll get some serious looks at the range. But do I care, Hell No!!!!!!!!
PS James,I will get the VOPO helmet pic's posted soon!!
,i look forward to the pics phil
I wonder, if goggles of this type was also used for A-bomb testing?
Very cool and have fun with them at the range
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Hi Phil - nice pick-up.
These are really in mint condition as already said. This type was
not popular or worn all that much during the war, and quickly
phased out - that's why these are so nice.
I believe they could have been used by the US Navy and
Anti-aircraft units as well, not strictly AAF pilots