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The USGI woodland patrol pack was originally designed as a singular component of the Individual Integrated Fighting System, or IIFS, which was introduced in 1988 as a new system of tactical load bearing equipment to replace the All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment, or ALICE, system. As such, these USGI woodland patrol packs were designed for issuance to members of the U.S. Military, especially those who served in the U.S. Army.
Developed for use on short patrol missions, the USGI woodland patrol pack is constructed from a tough, nylon material designed to provide for resistance to both water and abrasions. The pack itself measures approximately 17 1/2 inches high, 18 inches wide and 7 3/4 inches deep while offering a total of 1200 cubic inches of cargo space split between two compartments.