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Diccionario de abreviaturas y cascos
« en: Julio 18, 2008, 18:52:49 pm »

A.............Ausschuss ('Surplus materiel', Military surplus items are stamped with an 'A' in German speaking countries.)
ABL...........Armée Belge/Belgisch Leger (Belgian army)
ACH..........Advanced Combat Helmet (USA)
ACU...........Army Combat Uniform. The new combat uniform of the US Army, introduced in April 2005. Made of a digital all terrain camouflage material.
Air Vent......Agujero en el casco para ventilacion 
AMC...........Austin Motor Co, Cowley (British helmet manufacturer)
AR CADPAT..Arid Regions CADPAT
ARVN..........Army of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnamese army)
AUSCAM......Australian Camouflage pattern
Bail..............As in Fixed Bail and Swivel Bail - From: The arched handle (as of a pail or kettle).  Used for attaching chinstraps.
Example: U.S. M-1 helmets.
 
BDU.............Battle Dress Uniform (USA).
Bead............A raised, belt-like embossing around the circumference of a helmet.
Example: French M1915 Adrian
 
BF...............F. C. Bellinger, Fulda (German WWI helmet manufacturer)
BGS .............Bundesgrenzschutz
BH&G............Barrow Hepburn & Gale Ltd (British liner manufacturer)
BMB...............Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Dagenham (British helmet and liner manufacturer)
Bowl.............The main, upper part of a helmet, which protects the top of the head.
Brim..............The part of a helmet that flares out below the bowl.
Example: German infantry helmets of the world wars.
 
BW.................Bundeswehr
C...................Clydesdale Stamping Co Ltd, Dudley (British helmet manufacturer)
CADPAT.......... Canadian Disruptive Pattern
CBV................Centrala Beklädnadsverkstaden (Swedish government uniform manufacturer)
CCE................Camouflage Centre Europe  (French camouflage pattern)
CCL................Christy & Co Ltd (British liner manufacturer)
CF..................Civilforsvaret (Danish Civil Defence)
Chinstrap..........An adjustable strap of leather or web that fits under the wearer's chin.  The chinstrap is secured to the helmet in some fashion.
C/LC................Canadian Lamp Company (Canadian helmet manufacturer)
ckl..................Eisen- und Hüttenwerke A.G., Thale (German helmet manufacturer) Alternative code.
CUU.................Combat Utility Uniform (US Navy and USMC)
DCU.................Desert Camouflage Uniform (USA)
DP&H................Department of Pensions & Health. Was responsible for the Air Raid Precautions Service. (Canada)
DPM.................Disruptive Pattern Material
EC&Co Ltd.........E Camelinat & Co Ltd, Birmingham (British helmet manufacturer)
EF....................Emaillierwerk A.G., Fulda (German helmet manufacturer) Alternative code.
ERDL.................Environmental Research and Development Laboratories (U.S.)
ET.....................Eisen- und Hüttenwerke A.G., Thale (German helmet manufacturer)
F&L...................Fisher & Ludlow Ltd, Birmingham (British helmet manufacturer)
FMI...................Forsvarets Materielintendantur (Danish materiel administration)
FS.....................Emaillierwerk A.G., Fulda (German helmet manufacturer)
GSW..................General Steel Wares (Canadian helmet manufacturer)
HBA....................Heeresbekleidungsanstalt (Organisation responsible for personal equipment of the Austrian Army)
HBH...................Harrison Bros. & Howson, Sheffield (British helmet manufacturer)
HBT...................Herring bone twil
hkp....................Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke, Lauter (German helmet manufacturer) Alternative code
HRN.....................Hans Römer, Neu-Ulm (German maker of helmet liners)
Industrivern..........Factory Defence (Norway).
JCS & W Ltd...........J Compton  Sons & Webb Ltd (British liner manufacturer)
JSS....................John Sankey & Sons, Bilston (British helmet manufacturer)
KL.......................Koninklijke Landmacht (The Royal Dutch Army)
KR......................Katonai Rendörség (Hungarian Military Police)
Liner...................The interior part into which the wearer's head fits. Usually made of leather or web material.
MARPAT..............Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform Pattern. Trade Mark for the digital camouflage patterns (Woodland and Desert) used by the US Marine Corps.
MCCUU...................Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform. Made of MARPAT material. (USA)
MICH.....................Modular Integrated Communications Helmet (USA)
MP........................Military Police
N.........................Norge ('Norway', Helmets for Norwegian Police troops, trained in Sweden during WWII, are marked with a white 'N' left and right.)
'N' Ltd.....................SE Norris Ltd (British liner manufacturer) ?
NS..........................Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke, Schwerte (German helmet manufacturer) WWI-WWII code.
NSB........................Norges Statsbaner (Norwegian State Railways)
NVA........................Nationale Volksarmee (East German Army)
NVA........................North Vietnamese Army
OC...........................Obrona Cywilna (Polish Civil Defence)
OCA........................Outboard Covers Australia?  (Helmet cover manufacturer)
OD..........................Olive drab
OECD.......................Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
OPFOR.....................Opposition Forces (Enemy force in an excercise)
P.............................(Bulgarian military police)
PASGT......................Personal Armor System Ground Troops
 
Pin-and-Hole Buckle
 A chinstrap buckle with a prong or pin for insertion in holes on the opposite strap.
Example: German helmets of the world wars.
 
PM...............Policía Militar (Military police in Spanish)
PN...............Policia Naval
Q.................F.W. Quist GmbH, Esslingen (German helmet manufacturer)
 
Raw Rim.........A rim without a crimped metal cover.
Examples: Swedish M1926 and German M1942.
 
Rim...............The lower extreme edge of a helmet.
Rim Cover........A crimped metal cover for steel helmets; a hard rubber cover for non-metallic ballistic combat helmets.
Examples: The British Mk.I through Mk. V steel helmets; The Israeli M1976 ballistic helmet.
 
RO & Co...........Rubery Owen & Co Ltd, Darlaston (British helmet manufacturer)
SAF.................Singapore Armed Forces
SE...................Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke, Lauter (German helmet manufacturer)
Seyntex.............Belgian textile company. Maker of helmet covers.
Shell................The helmet without it's liner.
Slide Buckle........A buckle without a prong or pin, for sliding chinstraps.  Example: French Adrian helmets.
SNL...................SE Norris Ltd (British liner manufacturer)
Split-pin Rivet......A rivet with two prongs, or pins, bent outward at the ends.
Example: German infantry helmets of the world wars.
 
Suspension System...The combination of a helmet's liner and chinstrap.
TTC...................Teddy Toy Company Ltd (British liner manufacturer)
T.V....................Televerket (The Swedish state telephone company). Circular stamp in helmet liners with the crowned letters T.V.
TW CADPAT Temperate Woodland CADPAT
UN.......................United Nations
U SCH...................Heinrich Ulbricht's Witwe, Schwanenstadt (Austrian helmet manufacturer)
VB.......................Verblifa, Vereenigde Blikfabrieken (Dutch helmet manufacturer)
VDN.....................Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke (German helmet manufacturer) Modern code.
Visor...................The front brim if a helmet, above a wearer's eyes.
VMC....................Viceroy Manufacturing (Canadian maker of helmet liners)
VoPo....................Volkspolizei (East German police)
WD......................William Dobson & Son, Birmingham (British helmet manufacturer)
WSW...................Wojskowa Służba Wewnętrzna (Polish military police)
ZW.....................Zandarmeria Wojskowa (Polish military police)
« última modificación: Julio 18, 2008, 19:19:06 pm por Astil »
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