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S14 PARATROOP PACK with contents

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 16:57
by martyn
The S14 Paratroop First Aid Pouch, used by USMC Paramarines and USMC/USN Corpsmen in the South Pacific

Front view of the S14 Paratroop First Aid Kit.

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Rear view

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Partially opened

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Open, showing the individual pockets


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All of the pockets on the S14 Paratroop First Aid Pouch are individually numbered except for Pocket 13 which is the MD USN surgical kit

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S14 Contents + contents list in clear wallet

Pocket 1 2 x Armbands

Pocket 1 3 x card Safety Pins size 3 made in AUSTRALIA by Silverspear

Pocket 2 1 x Adhesive Plaster tin 11/2” x 5 yds Parke-Davis

Pocket 2 2 x Tourniquet, Spanish Windlass type Guyot Bros

Pocket 3 2 x box Sulfanilamide Hynson, Westcott & Dunning

Pocket 4 2 x box Sulfadiazine Schering

Pocket 5 1 x Bay’s Adhesive Plaster tin 3” x 5yds Bay’s

Pocket 6 4 x Halazone bottles American Dietaids Co., Inc

Pocket 7 1 x Triangular bandage camouflaged Bauer and Black

Pocket 7 3 x Large First Aid Dressing Convenience, Inc

Pocket 8 7” Bandage scissors Boker

Pocket 8 1 x pencil A.W. Faber New York

Pocket 8 1 x knife MD USN Camillus

Pocket 9 1 x Large First Aid Dressing American White Cross Laboratories, Inc

Pocket 9 4 x Plain Gauze Compressed bandage Acme Cotton Products Co., Inc

Pocket 10 1 x Wire Splint A, E, Halperin

Pocket 10 1 x box Ammonia Inhalants Davis Emergency Equipment Co,. Inc

Pocket 11 2 x box Morphine Syrettes E.R. Squibb

Pocket 12 1 x Emergency Medical Tag book

Pocket 12 2 x box Iodine Swabs Handy Pad Supply Co.

Pocket 12 1 x Plain Gauze Bandage 3”x 6yds, 1 x Field Brown 3"x6 yds Acme Cotton Products

Pocket 12 1 x box Sutures Plain-Type A Davis & Geck, Inc

Pocket 12 1 x box Sutures Mild Chromic-Type B Davis & Geck, Inc

Pocket 13 1 x MD USN Surgical Instruments set George Tiemann & Co.


All of the surgical instruments shown in the set are individually stamped MD USN and maker marked Tiemann

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 17:34
by Alain
Martyn,
What can I say, but ... truly AWESOME !
Apart from a few period B/W illustrations - I had never seen such a complete item - my sincere congratulations !
Best regards,
Alain 8)

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 18:51
by TenthA86
absolutely outstanding!

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 19:07
by GauzeBandage
Wow, that is awesome Excellent! Nice find.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 19:28
by martyn
Many thanks Guys for your comments :D

Cheers

Martyn

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 19:52
by Ben
Martyn,
This is really outstanding. Well done, and thank you for sharing it with us on here :)
Keep up the great work,
Ben :D

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 21:51
by martyn
Cheers Ben :wink:

Martyn

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 22:41
by sgtpeter
That's a really nice setup Martyn. You give the rest of us hope of finding other grails out there.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 22:53
by martyn
Thank you Peter

All the best

Martyn

Posted: Sun May 18, 2008 23:30
by dochoovie
Outstanding!! One of the best examples I've seen. Who did your brickwork?

Oh yeah, the pack's pretty cool too. :P

Posted: Mon May 19, 2008 09:15
by martyn
dochoovie wrote:Outstanding!! One of the best examples I've seen. Who did your brickwork?

Oh yeah, the pack's pretty cool too. :P


Hi dochoovie

Glad you like it and the patio :lol:

My wife Marie wants our front driveway relaid with the same bricks but this darn hobby keeps emptying coffers, one day though :wink:

Cheers

Martyn