This is the selection of a US WWII WESTINGHOUSE manufactured M-1 helmet liner to be used with your selected purchase of a complete US WWII M-1 helmet or liner from Top Pots.
This choice of manufacturer will be added to your shopping cart and a WESTINGHOUSE made M-1 helmet liner will be used with your completed purchase.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this “high pressure” manufactured M-1 helmet liner is identified by an embossed “W” in the crown (which is still Westinghouse’s logo to this day). Westinghouse was the largest M-1 helmet liner producer and had two production divisions; Micarta and Bryant Electric. The Micarta Division produced about 13,000,000 M-1 helmet liners and the Bryant Electric produced about 10,000.000. Westinghouse Electric Company started M-1 helmet liner delivery in May 1942. Westinghouse did have a contract to produce airborne liners and converted an unknown amount to airborne configuration. Westinghouse discontinued production around August 17 1945 when the war ended.
* You must buy a complete helmet or liner from Top Pots to take advantage of this service!