Bronson 40S USN Barracks Duffle Moving Bag
In the early days of World War II, BARRACKS BAG was widely distributed to the army and navy. This bag is used for personal clothing and uniform. The quantity is two, and it will be marked with the capital "A" or "B" at the bottom of the bag. The camp package is a simple Drawstring Backpack, very light, is also considered to be used as a laundry bag In the early days, it was often used as a moving bag, usually in the bag, with the name and the serial number. It is made of a thin plain denim of 8-9oz, which is basically the same as that of DUNGAREE uniforms before 1941. Gradually replaced by army green canvas barracks in 1942. In 1943, DUFFLE BAG (moving bag), which was thickened canvas, appeared. The barracks were used only as daily storage packages.