1956 Air Force medical kit first aid army military USAF

Experience has forced me to put this paragraph first:

A U.S.P.S. money order is a money order which must be purchased at a United States post office. If I receive anything other than a U.S.P.S. money order, it will be returned as soon as possible and I'll expect an additional 41 cents to come my way. You don't need to belong to (be owned by) a bank to cash a U.S.P.S. money order. The post office does it for you.

If the booklet/pamphlet (they call it both) included came with this kit, then the kit's a 1956 U.S.A.F. medical kit. I'm selling it for someone who recently found it while cleaning out a garage. Unfortunately, the zipper is pulling away from the cloth that attaches it to the case in two places (see picture #4). It can still be closed, but you risk tearing it further. Besides the booklet, it comes with a list of what should be inside. What is in the kit:

2 packages of Petrolatum, instead of 1 as listed

2 bottles of Merthiolate, 10 c.c.s each, according to their

labels, but they're half full and at least one leaked at some

point, from Dr. Sachs Laboratories

1 rubber strip that's over 4' long x about 2" wide

2 field dressings, 7 1/2" x 8", U.S. Army Carlisle model, from Convenience, Inc.

1 field dressing, 4" x 7", from Acme Cotton Products Company,
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