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M1A1 LL Para helmet

Article about: Hi Guys. Whilst there is nothing rare about this 1967 model of M1A1 LL Para helmet, it is interesting that the original owner,had jumped from a CH-47 (Chinook)) three times, and a C-160 Tran

  1. #31


    Here is my Dutch Para Commando helmet. Used from the mid sixties till the mid nineties. Two vented and two solid bolts.

    The symbol on the front escapes me.


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  2. #32


    This helmet is still confusing me. It seems like it's made for Belgians.

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  3. #33



    NSN Number 13 = Belgium
    Made 1996.


  4. #34


    Fellows, how many foam pads ought to be under the leather liner? I got one helmet that with only has 3

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  5. #35


    My two helmets have four pads. I think you are missing one next to the stitching, in the rear. They are very close together in my Netherlands used helmets.


  6. #36


    Four pads is standard. One is missing.


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