Liner, Helmet, M1, Westinghouse, NCO, 1st ESB, Utah Beach, D-Day
Amazing genuine WWII US M1 helmet liner, of the resin-coated compressed fiber type introduced in 1943, manufactured by Westinghouse.
A blue circular arc has been painted on the front, stating that its owner was serving with the 1st Engineer Special Brigade, while the white horizontal bar visible at the rear indicates that he was an NCO. The present liner retains its web suspension and neckband, and OD-painted A washers.
Altogether, an great battlefield relic in good, worn condition, found in the vicinity of Utah Beach -- don't miss it!
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