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That part of [['58 pattern|'58 Pattern]] [[Webbing]] most responsible for the rapid introduction of the kevlar [[helmet]], not to mention the reluctance of the average [[Jock]] to "dive" for cover. You have to be a [[BITGOD]] to know how important this was.
  
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Still never worked out why it was called a large pack, unless it was because once you had strapped on everything that didn't fit inside the thing, it was very large indeed.
 
 
That part of '58 Pattern Webbing most responsible for the rapid introduction of the kevlar helmet, not to mention the reluctance of the average Jock to "dive" for cover.  You have to be a [[BITGOD]] to know how important this was.
 
 
 
Still never worked out why it was called a large pack, unless it was because once you had strapped on everything that didn't fit inside the thing it was very large indeed.
 

Latest revision as of 10:37, 31 March 2014

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That part of '58 Pattern Webbing most responsible for the rapid introduction of the kevlar helmet, not to mention the reluctance of the average Jock to "dive" for cover. You have to be a BITGOD to know how important this was.

Still never worked out why it was called a large pack, unless it was because once you had strapped on everything that didn't fit inside the thing, it was very large indeed.