replaced the A-2 leather jacket as the standard garment for the
crew and pilots of the US Air Force.
The first known time that the B-15 nylon jacket was issued, was in 1944.
In 1947, the US Air Force formed its own independent service branch in the US
Between 1950 and 1954, during the Korean War, this jacket was widely used by
jet and bomber pilots.
Made from military specified flight satin nylon, lined with insulating and warm
wadding, synthetic fur collar, Air Force patch on the left sleeve
and a strong zipper with storm flap.
Pockets with snap fastener, on the left sleeve it has a 4 pen holder and a small
pocket with zipper, 1 inner pocket, knitted cuffs and waistband.
Available in the original 1950 US Air Force Blue and US Air Force Black.
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