A very good example of a genuine U.S. Vietnam War era M1 helmet. This M1 steel pot was manufactured by RJ Stampings and has a heat stamp number of: 606, chin strap metalwork has 'P' markings for Parish made in the 1970's, the M1 steel pot is named with 'Sgt P Taylor' on the front and back in white. The genuine U.S. P64 liner was made by Marmac with faded contract details and was made in the late 1960's, the genuine U.S. headband/sweatband has DSA (Defense Supply Agency) contract markings and is dated 1974 and has a genuine U.S. nape strap. The Mitchell cover is DSA contract ink marked and is dated 1973, around the outside of the cover is a very good quality reproduction elastic band with correct OD foliage colour and ink markings. Overall a very nice condition complete M1 helmet.