Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket - Brown Bomber Jacket
Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket
Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket
Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket
Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket
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Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket

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Mens M-422A flight Leather Bomber Jacket

The M-422A flight jacket
Blasting their direction across the Pacific, the USN and USMC aircrews required an agreeable and utilitarian flight jacket to wear, both in the cockpit and on the breezy transporter decks. The exemplary fur-apprehended, goatskin M-422A flight jacket fit the bill. The M-422A became standard issue to USN and USMC aircrews all through WW2. It was a particularly well known and down to earth plan, that with just slight developments, keeps on being given today, as the notable G-1 of 'Top Weapon' notoriety.
Effectively mistook for its ancestor, the M-422, the M-422A had the option of the pencil opening in the left pocket (consequently the additional An assignment). Very much like other flight jackets of the time, each M422A creator had their own specific subtleties, adding to the changes in the agreements. We have displayed our coat on a unique WW2 Gordon and Ferguson M-422A in our assortment. We concentrated on our coat cautiously, duplicated the example and repeated every one of the significant subtleties. Some distinctive attributes of the G&F, is its more extensive pencil opening pocket and its salmon red covering. Gordon and Ferguson had one of the biggest agreements for Maritime flight gear in WW2. Various firsts can in any case be tracked down in confidential assortments today.

 

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