An excellent example of a genuine U.S. Vietnam War era M1C Paratrooper helmet. The U.S. M1 helmet was made by McCord during World War 2 and was reissued in the 1960's, has a heat stamp number: 1038I indicating it was originally made in 1944, with front seam, chinstrap has 'P' (Parish) markings to the metalwork. The genuine U.S. P64 Paratrooper liner was made by Firestone and is in very good condition, has DSA (Defense Supply Agency) ink contract markings to the suspension webbing with a manufactures date of July 1967, comes with a genuine U.S. nape strap with faded ink contract markings, the genuine U.S. sweatband is DSA contract marks and is dated 1974, has a genuine U.S. cotton web chin strap attached to A straps. The genuine U.S. Mitchell cover retains its original colours and is DSA contract marked dated 1973, comes with a genuine U.S. post-Vietnam War era elastic band with ink markings to front. A very nice and complete M1 Paratroopers helmet.