Captured nva, (Russian made) mig pilots helmet, the picture of a north Vietnamese pilot in the cockpit of a mig wearing a helmet like this one comes with this and the magazine that has the original picture, the book is a north Vietnam magazine put out during the war , like our life magazine called Vietnam
This is two vials in a box that came in this metal tin, the information on the box says to brake the vile and hold it up to your nose in case of gas attack. Only one I have ever seen vials are still full, instructions are in Vietnamese.
This is a VC field made pouch with a mixture of medical equipment all items are what came in the pouch the bamboo handle is field made to hold a modified scalpel, the tin holds some metal pins to hold a wound closed, a field dressing and part of a plastic cloth.
Back of the previous pouch showing the field made belt loop
US compass pouch or first aid pouch captured while being used my a vc to hold his field bandage, look at the bandage and how it was wrapped, in the thin material and then in a plastic cloth, looks like the sheet sent with the chicom sks chest rigs
Standard aluminum issue tin with syringes and needles and a pair of scissors
Another aluminum issue tin with syringes and needles , this one has a real odd aluminum cylinder with cap to hold the needles
Field modification of a m-79 bandoleer to a belt carried Viet cong first aid pouch, pouch contains several kinds of field dressing and two tourniquets and a Chinese marked folding scissors, very cool kit
US ww2 pouch taken off captured vc, in pouch were the rare vietnamese issue roller bandages and one newer nva bandage
Chicom issue to north Vietnamese as carried by many NVA during the war, this one is complete with roller bandages and gauze bandages, this second type of bandage is not often seen and is considered rare.
Early Chinese or local made pouch for the type 56 with Viet cong name and initials on the pouch. I owned this early in my collecting and sold it and saw it again on eaby and picked it back up, great item
Front of above pouch hole is were the wire lever has rubbed it with much use