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Knights of the Air - World War I flight suits (Part 1 of 2)

German Pilot's Helmet and Goggles
These goggles, now cracked, protected the eyes, but reduced peripheral vision.

German Pilot's Helmet and Goggles


US Student Pilot's Helmet and Goggles
Tinted glass reduced glare while the rigid helmet lessened the chance of a head injury

US Student Pilot's Helmet and Goggles


British Airman's Leather Flying Helmet
The owner decorated this cap with a button of the First Aid Nursing Yeomantry

British Airman's Leather Flying Helmet


Headgear of an RFC Flier
Worn with goggles, this cold weather gear completely covered an airman's face

Headgear of an RFC Flier


American Flying Cap and Goggles
Made of splinterproof glass, these tinted eye protectors were prized by US fliers

American Flying Cap and Goggles

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Comment by lord_k on October 28, 2010 at 2:03pm
Superb. I've got some uniforms and flight suits in my vault, will show it someday.
Comment by Wels on October 28, 2010 at 1:07pm
That US Student's helm looks pretty cool, actually!

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