Propper's Nomex flight suit is built to military specification FNS/PD 96-17 (MIL-C-83141A) as worn by all U.S. flight crews. It is constructed of 92% Meta Aramid, 5% Para Aramid and 3% conductive fiber fabrics, which makes this garment flame-resistant. Features a two-way zipper with pull, six primary pockets, adjustable waist belt with Velcro, knife pocket on the left inseam, pencil pocket on the left sleeve and a gusseted back.
Propper is the largest supplier of military uniforms and flight suits to the US Department of Defense. These are official issue flight suits worn by all US air crews made of over 92 percent Nomex to protect them from the possibility of cockpit fires and other mishaps. Recently, troops riding in ground vehicles have also begun wearing Nomex for added protection during tactical operations. The CWU/27p flightsuit provides approximately 6-10 seconds of flash fire burn protection, giving the service member increased odds of avoiding severe burns.
Our flight suits are available in Desert Tan, Sage Green and Black. Desert Tan and Sage Green and approved for military use under . Black is the perfect suit for tactical operations for police, law enforcement aviation and para-military forces.
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