The helmet is not WWII. The liner is made from many parts. The cat-eyes, Neopren band is stamped like the one below. PAUL, Minn. Upload or insert images from URL. It wasn't issued until '44 for the classic reason they were making so many of the MkII 'Tommy' pattern and also it's similarity to those of other beligerents. It was produced in different shades from khaki to light green.
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US Patent D A.
The shape of these fixtures is one of the most recognizable distinguishing factors between shells produced at different times. No distinction in nomenclature existed between wartime front seams so-called due to the location of the seam on the helmet's brim and post war, or rear seam, shells in the United States Army supply system, hence World War II shells remained in use until the M1 was retired from service. It is made of rubber or soft plastic, and is used together with the ordinary liner. Helmet covers and netting would be applied by covering the steel shell with the extra material tucked inside the shell and secured by inserting the liner. There are no markings. This was moved to the back of the rim in November of [ citation needed ] when the rim went from being made of stainless steel to manganese steel. The object itself is impressive.