The hood replaces combat vehicle crewman's hood as a component of ECWCS.
The ruff is an attachable component used with the extended cold weather parka.
The M-1951 field cap was designed for ground troop wear in a range of cold-wet to hot environments and is a lightweight windproof item incorporating a very thin layer of insulation only in the earlaps.
The M-1951 pile field cap may be worn for both cold-dry and cold-wet conditions. The cap provides the best protection against the elements for weather colder than 0°F.
The M-1951 winter hood is worn attached to the coat for protection against the wind and snow as a component of the cold-wet uniform.
The M-1951 winter hood with fur ruff is worn attached to either the coat or the parka as a component of the cold-dry uniform.
The M-65 cold weather insulating helmet liner cap is worn alone or as a liner for the helmet assembly. The earflaps are fasten under or over chin, at back of neck, or are folded up around the top with the touch-and-close fasteners crisscrossed in the front.
The M-65 extreme cold weather hood with fur ruff is an attachable component used with CW field coat, ECW parka, M1951 parka as a component of the cold/dry uniform.
The hardface micro fleece cap is intended for wear by male and female military personnel of the USMC in mountainous and cold weather environments.It will provide improved wind resistance, durability and water repellency when worn in intermediate to cold weather environments.It will be part of the Mountain/Cold Weather Clothing System and will ultimately replace/phase out the current micro fleece caps.
The lightweight protective hood is a fire-resistant, no-melt, no-drip head and face covering that provides the Soldier with protection from thermal threats and minimizes heat stress in hot-dry climates while providing limited heat retention in cool climates.
The FROG balaclava has a hinged face guard that allows wearer to expose face without having to remove helmet and balaclava. It is issued in light and mid weight materials for different seasons.
The knitted wool watch cap is intended for wear by Naval and Air Force personnel in cold environments.
The cap is intended for wear as multi-purpose lightweight head protection.
The FR anti-flash hood is intended to protect its user from transient and elevated air temperatures, resulting from the use of high explosive weapons, and is used with the FR anti-flash gloves.
The CVC hood is intended to provide combat vehicle crewmen protection against wind, cold and flame and also worn with the extended cold weather parka, and under the M-1 or PASGT helmet as a component of ECWCS (later replaced by extended cold weather balaclava hood).
The Lightweight Performance Hood (LPH) is a fire-resistant, no-melt, no-drip head and face covering that provides the Soldier with protection from thermal threats and minimizes heat stress in hot-dry climates while providing limited heat retention in cool climates.
Commercial item description A-A-50369 covers the requirements for a Cap, Knit (Watch) used by Navy personnel in cold environments.
Commercial item description A-A-59453 covers the requirements for a synthetic microfleece cap that is used as multi-purpose lightweight head protection.
Military specification MIL-C-16472 covers the requirements for a knitted wool watch cap.
Military specification MIL-C-1911 covers a cap made from cotton and nylon with flannel lined earlaps.
Military specification MIL-C-1913 covers a cotton poplin, field cap with wool pile lined earflaps.
Military specification MIL-C-43549 covers a fully lined insulating helmet liner cap with adjustable forehead flap.
Military specification MIL-H-11023 covers a winter hood with fur ruff used with the coat or the parka.
Military specifcation MIL-H-11377 covers a hood for M-1951 field jacket.
Military specification MIL-H-43455 covers a hood with synthetic fur ruff.