Imported from South Korea during the 1980's, the South Korean M80 (Corlon) is a ballistic nylon helmet with configurations of an M1, the liner is removable and also based on the M1 pattern made between 1967-1988. These helmets were the mainstay of the Iraqi Army during the long war with Iran in the 1980's and also the first Gulf War in 1991. This particular helmet was taken as a war trophy by a member of the Royal Armoured Corps in 1991. It is sand coloured and has various Arabic inscriptions on the rear of the shell and in the liner, the chinstrap is field made/repaired. An Iraqi Govt. stamp (small triangle) is visible on the liner also.