WWII US ARMED FORCES FIELD GEAR
This section displays general field gear employed by the US armed forces in all combat theaters during World War Two.
Most of the items employed were constructed of canvis. Unlike nations in Europe, American gear did not employ leather
very extensively. Some rubber and weather proofing was used in equipment related to amphibious operations such as
the landing in Normandy in 1944. Today this gear has become a desirable collectible among many
enthusiasts, causing the items to become valuable. This section discusses what several of the
US WWII Field Gear collectibles are worth.