|A Sergant rubs insect repellent on his skin for protection while sleeping. The hammock is of double canvas and entirely enclosed with mosquito netting. Over the hammock and mospuito netting is a completely water-proof cover which serves as a roof. Entrance and exit to the hammock is governed by quick-release zipper fastening. Hammock is about 6 1/2 feet long, exclusive of rope fastening. Fort Benning, GA. 1945|
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