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November 20, 2013

World War II U.S. Army 2-Seat Field Latrine


From the website:


Our very first two-passenger military-surplus field latrine!

Relive those golden moments spent sitting over a slit trench in the woods with a friend.

This new (no need to thank us) genuine WWII-era U.S. Army wooden latrine is painted olive drab, weighs 37 pounds, and measures 41" long x 17" wide x 19.5" high.

The 18" x 14" flip-up lids are over a pair of toilet-seat-shaped openings above the open bottom.

Folds flat for storage and transport.

All you add is the trench.

We're thinking storage bench/conversation piece for the front hall or mud room.



[via Steve Woodruff]

November 20, 2013 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


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