This is an original and rare U.S. military suit manufactured in 1974 and sold as a military collectable. See photo of tag for more information.
For more information search online for the publication titled NAVSHIPS 0967-316-301, MICROWAVE RADIATION PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
COVERALL, MICROWAVE, RADIATION PROTECTIVE
Manufactured by: Anti-Cold Insulated Clothing, Inc.
Dated August 1974
From the publication noted above: This microwave protective coverall is designed for use at VHF to X- Band for shielding the range 200MHz-10GHz radar frequencies. It was developed primarily to protect personnel from radiation hazards associated with high-power radars.
The radiation protective coverall is fabricated from a silverized nylon mesh-type material (heavy marquisette, leno) having a maximum DC resistance of two ohms/square. The fabric is overlapped at all seams to provide maximum shielding. A brass zipper is stitched on a special metalized tape runner to maintain electical continuity at the closures for the garment. Hook and pile nylon tape is used at the waist, ankles and wrists to adjust the fit of the coverall.
It is designed to protect against microwave radiation when installing and working with cellular and Wi-Fi repeaters and equipment, in the areas of operation of aviation, dispatching and military radar stations and radio engineering equipment, in radio research laboratories, as well as when working with other UHF and microwave radiating devices.