Dutch Military Surplus Special Forces 2-man Tent, Used

 
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Key Features

  • Heavyweight canvas construction
  • Heavy-duty vinyl floor
  • Closable mesh panels at peak
  • Extended awning
  • 2-section, spring-connected poles
  • Water-resistant carry bag
  • 41"w. x 102"l. x 46"h. at peak
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Portable protective shelter. As used by Dutch coalition special forces during Operation Desert Storm, popularly known as the first Gulf War. It was the successful U.S.-allied response to Iraq's attempt to overwhelm neighboring Kuwait.

Built tough to withstand desert winds and pounding rain!

Ready for a second tour. Non-freestanding portable shelter is built to military specs for housing 2 troops and their gear. In 3-color Desert camo.

  • Heavyweight canvas construction
  • Heavy-duty vinyl floor keeps dirt out
  • Closable mesh panels at peak for venting
  • Awning extends over door for added shade
  • 2-section, spring-connected poles for rapid set up
  • 30x9" diameter water-resistant carry bag with handle
  • 2 Tents can be zipped together
  • 29 sq. ft. of space
  • 41x102"l., 46"h. at peak
  • 15 lbs.

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 652689
  • Construction: Heavyweight canvas / vinyl floor
  • Dimensions: 41"w. x 102"l. x 46"h. (at peak)
  • Weight: 15 lbs.
  • Country of Origin: Netherlands
  • Condition: Used, in good shape. May show signs of long-term storage