At the request of the Alaskan Air Command, this Project was established to provide adequate cold-weather survival protection for T-33 pilots who utilize the seat-pack parachute. Pilots in this category had not previously been so equipped. After extensive evaluation and operational testing, the Alaskan Air Command approved modification of CNU-1/P for use with the seat-pack parachute in the T-33 jet aircraft. The kit is now in use during the period October through May. In addition to basic survival items, the kit contains a down-filled coat, SRU-6P; mittens, SRU-10P; and half bag or foot sack, SRU-12P. The problem of bulk reduction was solved by tufting, using manual pressure and upholstering methods. Packaging of the down-filled clothing into the CNU-1/P kit can be done by local Personal Equipment Technicians with a small expenditure of man-hours and materials.