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Backpack ILBE MARPAT Shoulder Harness Knapsack Bugout USGI Marines Military

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Condition: Used : Split the cost with friends
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Seller Notes: We cannot claim they are new and appear in excellent condition. They show little wear and all buckles, straps and parts are intact. There are no holes, rips or tears. Of the three currently remaining, one has black liner and buckles. If you want this one, please say so. We suspect they were issued and not deployed in the field.
Country of Manufacture: United States NSN 8465015158620: PROPPER INTERNATIONAL

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WHEN SHOPPING, REMEMBER                     FIELD PACK                          DON'T MISS OUR TRIVIA BELOW 
NSN# 8465-01-515-8620   P/N F190186393            

This is an ILBE (Individual Load Baring Equipment) Field Pack issued to our troops.

The first picture shows the shoulder harness and numerous straps with handle strap on top.  Black handles on both sides can also be seen. Next are two shots of the ever-present ID tags. Semper Fi. Pick 4 looks into the top to show the divider flap secured with three buckles to segregate gear. Next another of the back of the pack (side next to your back). Then, the elastic pouches are present on both sides of the pack. Notice also the side is double zippered for easy access and closure with the black handles. Next is the zipper secured. The zipper and handles are covered by folding the pack flap over them. As seen, this would be top to bottom.  Then we see the back partially opened to partially show the back plate (bluish), metal supports (the two prongs opening to the left), back pad (coyote color) and flap (far left which folds and secures with Velcro).  If used, this is where a belt would attach.  Belts, lids and hydration systems are available from other eBay sellers if desired.

These packs are ready for action.  They are designed Military tough and to assist in winning wars, so use them as Boy Scout back packs, Motorcycle sissy bar bags, cool school book bags, emergency go - bug out bags, hunting and photography trips or whatever seems appropriate and necessary now or in the near future.  'nough said. 

BEFORE YOU BUY!  SAVE MONEY IF YOU ARE BUYING MORE THAN 1 ITEM!  It's really simple.  If you want to buy another item (perhaps a set of longjohns or ammo pouch - see our other listings), we save money and time if they can all be shipped together.  So, why not pass that savings on to you?  simply choose the items you want and we will see what the best packaging is and bill based on what we both save in shipping.  Then we accept your offer and your items arrive by Priority Mail.  We use Priority Mail because you don't want to wait for days for your items and we can both track the shipment.  Win - Win.

For the trivia buffs. 

History:  Backpacks are also widely known as rucksacks, knapsacks, packs and packsacks. It’s a bag to be carried on the back with straps (usually two) that either go over the shoulders or across. In the olden days, backpacks were only used by hunters to carry their equipment and preys. Back in those days backpacks were made of animal skin. There were different types available depending on the types of animal available in a particular area. They were sewn together by intestines of animals that were woven together to form a strong thread like material. 

The Term ‘Backpackitself was coined in 1910s in the United States. The famous word ‘rucksack’ is a German one and is usually used in the USA Army and in the UK. It’s a loanword that literally means ‘der Rucken’ in Germany referring to ‘the human back’.

Evolution of Backpacks… Wooden pack frames were used for centuries around the world. Otzi the Ice Man may have used one in Copper Age Alpine Italy.

Dick Kelty was the person who came up with the idea of designing lightweight, sturdy and compact backpacks. This one idea of his changed the whole game and the modern backpacks came into existence. In 1951 he along with his pal Clay Sherman decided to put the load of the equipment from their shoulders to their hips. In order to do this, they had to skid the ends of their pack boards into the rear pockets of their jeans. This was when both of them realized that this is a much easier and comfortable way of carrying load. Kelty was impressed with this idea and he kept working on it to make things better. Kelty then changed the wooden pack design to a more lightweight design by using lighter materials such as aluminum and by changing the rucksacks to nylon. Kelty’s wife came into the game and sewed the rucksacks to fit the frames. This was the start of a revolutionary home based business of backpacks. By 1952, Kelty was able to sell 29 backpacks for $24. But, this wasn’t where Kelty stopped. He kept on amending the design. Later on he added shoulder straps, padded waist and exterior zipper pockets to his packs. (Thank you Fabric-and-Handle)

The Other 4 Pics: U.S. Marines' gear destined for Yamagata, Japan, at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni in Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan, in this photo released March 15, 2011. Service members provided disaster relief and humanitarian assistance to Japan in support of Operation Tomodachi as directed after a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami March 11 off the coast of the island nation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Andrea M. Olguin/Released)

Next is the 2008 Army Best Warrior competition - Sgt. Luke Solorzano, U.S. Army Pacific, tightens the straps on his ruck sack as he conducts pre-combat checks and inspections during the 2008 Department of the Army "Best Warrior" Competition at Fort Lee, Va. Photo by Mike Strasser, Public Affairs Office.

Followed by:  Observation post - U.S. Army Soldiers with 3rd Platoon, Battery A, 2nd Battalion, 377th Parachute Field Artillery Regiment, Task Force Spartan, prepare to ascend a hillside to an observation post in Afghanistan. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ken Scar, 7th MPAD.

Ruck dog Teamwork" U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Brian Zamiska, 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), pulls security with a U.S. Air Force working dog, Jan. 6, 2013, during a patrol with the Afghan Border Police in Tera Zeyi district, Afghanistan. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Alex Kirk Amen.


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