Here I have another M1 helmet which spans WW2, the Korean War and the Vietnam war. The liner is a WW2 Westinghouse liner which has been reused over and over with multiple paint coats. The liner has a 1957 dated head band and the nape is late 50s dated. The steel body is a Korean War era McCord manufactured helmet with the heat stamp of M 215 I think but very rusted where the liner has been in contact with the shell so hard to see properly. The helmet has also been repainted internally but on one side something has been deliberately covered as can be seen in the pics. It appears to be white paint underneath probably a name or soldiers serial number. These helmets were used over and over again so this is probably the reason. The Mitchell cover is a USMC cover but this one for some reason has 2 labels. I already own one of these USMC Mitchell covers and it only has one label. Answers on a post card if anyone knows why Thanks for looking guys.