The Type B-15Creplaced the earlier B-15B flying jacket. By 1950, the USAF began changing the color of most of its flying clothing from Olive Drab to Air Force Blue to force a separate identitiy from the U.S. Army. The designation „MOD“ stands for modified, meaning the B-15 flying jacket has been modified by removing the fur collar, replacing it by a wool knit collar. Modification was intended to adopt new larger hard shell helmets interfered with the mouton collar causing discomfort. Since the modification had to be performed after the jacket was originally made, it is typical to find the actual collar knit & thread colours around collar and waistband not matching the overall knit & thread colours used. Modified B-15 jackets were required to have new white labels, indicating this new modified status sewn on the jacket. In all other ways, the flying jacket remained a B-15 of whatever spec it was originally.
Size & Fit
Fits true to size. Take your normal size.
Zipper tab has fallen off but is still functional .
Water repellent 100% nylon flight satin outer shell, quilted nylon lining and polyester interlining
Fully lined, double-stitched front cargo pockets with button closure
Front zipper closure with storm flap
Knit cuffs and waistband
Delivery & Returns
UK orders will be posted via Royal Mail Tracked 24 -a fully tracked next day service.If we receive your order by 2.30pm, Monday – Friday, we will get it to you next business day. If you order after 2.30pm on Friday then your order will leave on the following Monday. Postage to the Republic of Ireland, Europe and the Rest of the World will be sent viaRoyal Mail International Trackedand typically arrive within 3-5 working days in Europe & 5-7 working days for the rest of the world. We charge a flat, competitive rate depending on where you are – check the list below.
UK – £5.00 (Free over £75)
Europe – £10.00 (Free over £75)
Rest of World – £10 (Free over £75)
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