Pouch for first aid packet, formed by folding, then sewn on both sides a 5" wide strip of cotton duck; free end has a flap, which is also hemmed, then sewn. Flap can be secured by means of brass snap fasteners. Affixed to pouch back by means of a folded and sewn piece of cotton webbing is a belt hook of brass wire. There is a smear of stencil ink of flap exterior. Markings indicate manufacture at Rock Island Arsenal in 1919. Issue markings indicate issue to individual numbers 84 and 95 of troop, company or battery F, of the 2nd Cavalry, Infantry or Artillery, sometime prior to WWII. Traces of lime green dye on pouch interior indicate re-dyeing of pouch for issue during WWII to troops in the Pacific jungle area.