Alpha Industries Ma-1 Blood Chit : Men's Flight Jackets

Ma-1 Blood Chit

$135.00

The MA-1 BLOOD CHIT jacket is one of a kind to be worn with pride. 

Alpha's MA-1 flight jacket with "Blood Chit" sewn on the inside lining was a type of flag that contained a message in several languages identifying an airman as a U.S. Aviator if they were shot down, to aid the airman in avoiding capture and in being returned safely to U.S. Forces.  A reward was offered for this assistance. 

This is a classic flight jacket made for the military for over 40 years and features nylon flight satin outer shell with reversible orange nylon lining with the Blood Chit sewn into it, front closure storm flap, knitted collar, cuffs, and waistband and Alpha signature zippered utility/pencil pocket.

If you are looking for a quality jacket that isn't just like the one everyone else has, then this is certainly worthy of your consideration.  Just think of all the conversations you can have with this jacket.

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Color: Sage Green

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  • 100% nylon outer shell and 100% polyester interlining (dry clean only)
  • Alpha Signature Zippered utility/pencil pocket
  • Double Pull Tab on Heavy Duty Zipper
  • Two snap flap-close front pocketsTwo snap flap-close inside pockets
  • Vietnam era silk blood chit sewn on orange liner

Average Customer Rating: 5

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Recent Reviews

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On 4/16/2014 4:38:00 PM By Mark Allen
Just received my MA-1 BLOOD CHIT jacket in Australia.wasn't sure what i would be getting but boy was i not disappointed,this jacket has a fe... Read Review
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On 9/9/2012 5:02:00 PM By Freddy
I've had this jacket for 5 years now and still has held up to my abuse i work in a freezer at work i ware this with a damart cold weather ts... Read Review

Navy Navy

Mid-Weight Mid-Weight

Suitable for mild or colder winter climates ranging 25F to 40F