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Old 03-10-2018, 5:02 PM
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A buddy got this in a lot of old military equipment and none of us can figure out what it is. Guesses guys?
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It’s a bed pan.
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Drip pan.
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I uploaded it to Google image search, this is what I got

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a fracture bed pan has been suggested
Yeah, but funnier when a computer guesses

Also not sure what era this 'surplus' is from. A warning printed in English and German? We can presume it is not WW1 or WW2. And ISO type hazard symbols? Does a soldier really need a 'do not build a campfire in this pisser' symbol?

Hmmmm. I'm not sure we have gotten to the bottom of this mystery yet.
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