The camouflage net rack and the jerry can holder shown on top of the Helmet Hard Top in the image below is not part of the HHT. The camouflage rack and the jerry can holder are seperate items available to US units through the US military supply system.
The view below shows how the front edge overlaps the windshield frame. The tan box that you see is the armored mount for the Blue Force Tracker transceiver. It is not part of the HHT.
The rope that you see sagging in the center is not part of the HHT. Its just something the soldiers tied up on the inside.
The image below shows detail of the pneumatic cylinder that holds the rear hatch open. The small ropes seen on each side of the HHT are the tie-down lines for the SINCGAR radio antennaes.
Note in the view below the gaps on the left and the right side behind the passenger seats. Also prominent in this view is the split, sliding bulkhead doors.
The next two images show details of the inside of the HHT roof mounted air vents. Pushing upon the small cross bars opens the vents. You can also see the right side tie-down fastened to the roof interior.
The image below shows the latch (gold rectangle above windshield) that fastens the front of the HHT to the windshield frame.
This image shows the front HHT latch on the passenger side. The sunvisor is not part of the HHT and is mounted on the windshield frame.
This image shows the space between the B-pillar and the HHT.
The image below is the view facing rearward, looking through the sliding bulkhead doors toward the back hatch.
For details of the side storage boxes, please see my walk-around of the AMTECH 1552-6 Helmet Hard Top here: AMTECH 1552-6 Helmet Hard Top