Purchase description covers the requirements for the US Navy working uniform boonie cap in desert and woodland camouflage.
Purchase description NCTRF PD 06-11 covers requirements for camouflage, waterproof and moisture vapor permeable cloths with Anchor, Constitution, and Eagle (ACE) printed logo.
Purchase description NCTRF PD 04-09 covers the requirements for the US Navy working uniform parka in desert and woodland camouflage.
Purchase description NCTRF PD 15-06 covers a waterproof, moisture-vapor-permeable parka that accepts a zip-in liner for use by US Navy personnel.
PD 77 AESG 06-02: CLOTH, WATERPROOF AND MOISTURE VAPOR PERMEABLE, AIR FORCE TIGER STRIPE CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN
Purchase description PD 77 AESG 06-22 covers the requirements for one type of cloth, waterproof and mositure vapor permeable, Air Force digital tiger stripe, printed pattern used in the fabrication of Air FOrce garments.
The Protective Combat Uniform (PCU) is an interchangeable 15-piece, 7-level ensemble (the original block 0 configuration) that can be worn in layers appropriate for the mission.The PCU replaces the LEP.
The black boot is for wear in cold, wet climates (down to -20°F (-29°C)). The white boot is for wear in extreme cold, dry climates (down to -60°F (-51°C)).
Military specification MIL-G-822 covers the requirement for the light duty glove.
Military specification MIL-C-16472 covers the requirements for a knitted wool watch cap.
Army specification 8-143.
Military specification MIL-S-10753.
Military specification MIL-H-2849 covers the requirements for one type and size knitted cotton hood.
In 1988, the U.S. Army began a program to develop a new combat boot for dismounted soldiers and marines operating in cold and wet environments where the mean monthly temperature ranges between 14°F and 68°F (-10° and +20° C).The new Intermediate Cold Wet (ICW) Boot was designed to fill the protective void between the uninsulated U.S. Army Standard Combat Boot and the highly-insulated Extreme Cold Weather Vapor Barrier Boot.
United States Army Alaska (USARAK) pamphlet 600-2 provides standards and information to all Soldiers assigned or attached for duty to USARAK installations.It also provides information to family members and civilian employees of USARAK.
The LEP layer 4 fleece jacket is fabricated in a heavyweight fleece fabric. It has a collar, zipper front closure, pit zips, two zippered hand warmer pockets, inner pockets and a windproof front and back yoke.
The LEP layer 5 wind resistant fleece jacket is fabricated in heavyweight fleece wind resistant fabric. It is the same basic design as the layer 4 heavyweight fleece jacket with the addition of wristovers and a hood.
The jacket and trousers are designed for use in moderate to cold weather conditions as a soft shell layer combined with other base and insulative layers.The jacket and trousers provide light weight, low bulk and extreme comfort for movement.
The Improved Rain Suit (IRS) forms a waterproof outer shell worn over other clothing and gear. It is lightweight; however, IRS functions strictly as a rain barrier, offering little protection from the cold.
The extended cold weather parka and trousers are new ECWCS development items.The parka and trousers serve as the windproof, waterproof layer in the system.
Army specification 8-130.