US Military lantern before 1944 Milspec

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MattH
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US Military lantern before 1944 Milspec

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What did the US Army use for lanterns during WW2 prior to 1944 when the milspec started being used? What is with Aladdin conversions? Did they take B or BX and make them into mil spec with the conversion? Pic for attention. Thanks in advance.
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They used BX and the different wickie company’s stuff.
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Before 1944 AGM was also making 3927’s and 3470’s for the military.
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