12-7. RESIZING - Continued
Table 12-5. Desert Night Parka Liner Finished Measurements
1/2 Chest 1/
Back Length 2/
Sleeve Length 3/
1/ Measurement shall be taken, with liner flat and front edges abutting, from the folded edge to folded edge at base of
2/ Measured from top edge at neck to bottom edge along center back.
3/ Measure overedged side of back arm seam from top of overedge stitching at armhole to bottom of sleeve with no
tension applied to seam.
Each clothing liner shall have an identification label and a size label or a combination size and identification label
conforming to DDD-L-20. The poncho liner shall have an identification label only. Repair or remark original labels to
provide the required information. Replace labels which cannot be repaired with new ones located adjacent to or sewn
over old label. The identification label shall conform to Type I, Class 1, of DDD-L-20. The size label shall conform to
Type I, Class 2 or DDD-L-20.
Instruction labels shall contain the following information:
LINER, WET WEATHER PONCHO
Spread the poncho flat on the ground, making sure that the hood opening is tightly closed and is on the
Place liner on poncho, matching the tie laces on liner with the grommets on the poncho and tie together.
If the poncho and liner combination is to be used as a sleeping bag, snap the sides of the
poncho together along their entire length and tuck the foot end under to keep the feet from
Do not fasten the snap fasteners together when used as a sleeping bag in combat areas; it cannot
be opened quickly.
Poncho and liner combination can be used as a wrap-around sleeping bag or as a blanket.
The liner, without the poncho, can be used as a blanket when sleeping under cover or in a jungle
Keep liner away from open fire and sparks. DO NOT SMOKE in bed when using liner as a blanket or
When necessary, liner can be hand laundered. Use a mild soap and LUKEWARM water. Do not boil.
Do not dry clean.
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