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Cold Weather Flying Clothing
Aircrew testing cold weather flying clothing at Ladd Army Air Field, Alaska, in 1941. The technical sergeant second from the left is wearing the most common arctic flying uniform early in the war, which in severe conditions would be supplemented with a heavy sheep-shearling jacket and a fur cap. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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