3-8. FLYER'S JACKET-Continued
b. The Jacket, Cold Weather, Expandable Wrists and Waist, Fire Retardant, Single Breasted, Olive Green Shade 106,
Specification MIL-J-43924 (GL). This item is fabricated of cloth, 6.0 ounce (170 g) high temperature resistant, non-
melting nylon oxford, shade olive green 106, conforming to MIL-C-43842. The Jacket material is of low flammability and
worn by aviation and combat vehicle crewmen as outer garment during ground and in flight operations. The Jacket has a
front slide fastener closure with an inside protective flap. Jacket has a collar with tab closure and has diagonal side
pocket welts with hook and pile closure. The left sleeve has a cigarette and pencil pocket. The cuffs and waistband are
rib knit. Jacket is fully lined with quilted batting material (see fig. 3-5).
The jackets are not fireproof and will begin to char at about 700 to 800°F (370 to 430 C); therefore, degrees cannot be
LINER, CVC COVERALL
The Liner, Coat and Trouser for the Coverall, Combat Vehicle Crewmember's Olive Green Shade 106, Specification MIL-
L-44299. It is fabricated of quilted, high temperature resistant, non-melting nylon batting, shade OG-106, conforming to
MIL-B-81813. The liner material is of low flammability and is worn by Combat Vehicle Crewmembers as an insulating
layer under the coverall. The liner consists of separate coat and trouser components secured together by snap fasteners.
The liners are not fireproof and will begin to char at about 700 to 800°F (370 to 430 C); therefore, egress cannot be
3-10. OVERALL, CVC
Overall, Combat Vehicle Crewmember's, Olive Green 106, specification MIL-0-44109. The overall is fabricated of cloth,
6.0 ounce, high temperature resistant, non-melting nylon oxford, shade Olive Green 106, conforming to MIL-C-43842.
The overall material is of low flammability and worn by Combat Vehicle Crewmembers as an outer garment during cold
weather operations. The overall has: a bib front with a center front slide fastener extending to the crotch; a drop seat,
adjustable suspenders; and leg opening slide fasteners. The overalls have an integrated liner that extends above the
waist level in the front and back. All pockets have slide fastener closures and are located at the left and right front hips,
right and left upper thighs and right and left lower legs.
The overall is not fireproof and will begin to char at about 700 to 800°F (370 to 430 C); therefore, egress cannot be