NAVAL RATINGS AID RESEARCH: TESTING THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON EFFICIENCY AT THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL OF NERVOUS DISEASES, QUEEN SQUARE, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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At the National Hospital of Nervous Diseases in London, Petty Officer J Seggar, LTO, wears the 'action rig' which has been designed for use in tropical climates. The outfit includes a new lightweight anti-flash hood, the visor of which can be slipped under the chin when not required.