The task of this "MOSQUITO" units is to find the movements of enemy forces and their ground facilities, and to drop smoke bombs for an absolute attack when the garget is discovered, by communicating with wireless communication through the groung unit to the bombers flying above them. The name "MOSQUITO" was named because of its unpredictable appearance, like a "mosquito", and the North Korean Army hated and was frightened by them. In February 1954, Marilyn Monroe visited the Korean K-47 Air Base (Chuncheon) for a consolation trip and started a show titled, "ANYTHING GOES" during her honeymoon to Japan. At this time, the US military prepared a special flight jacket "B-15C" for her, decorated the "MOSQUITO" patch of the stationed unit and welcomed the big actress. On the back of the jacket, a commemorative patch indicating their station in Japan and South Korea from 1953 to 1954 is proudly placed.
Model wearing size：40（Height180cm Weight72kg）
Material：3/1 Heavy Nylon Twill Government Use
Lining：58% Wool 42% Cotton Pile
Out Slash Pocket： 50% Wool 50% Nylon Double Face Brushed
Front Fastener： Crown Aluminum Spring Puller Automatic Lock
Snap Button： U.S. Government Department of Defense Specs.
Label： B.Ricksln & Sons,Inc. / Modified
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