2nd Pattern Luftwaffe-Splittermustern step in jump smock.
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The camouflage pattern known as Luftwaffe-Splittermustern 40 was introduced right before the Crete Invasion. In pictures of the Crete invasion you will see the old apple-green “Knochensack” (bone-sack) first pattern step in jump smock, along with the newly introduced 2nd Pattern step in smock in the Luftwaffe-splittermustern-40.
Main:Luftwaffe-splitternmustern-40,second pattern step in jump smock.
Top right inset:Just like the first patter smock, it consisted of two rows of buttons, and a main zipper. On the Third patter smock the inner rows of button were eliminated.
Bottom right inset: The zipper on the left is the “relief zipper”, on the first pattern smocks there was no way a Fallschirmjager could relieve himself to take natures call other than taking the whole smock off. This second zipper eliminated the obvious problems of relieving oneself in the field of combat.