(nicknamed "Whack Jack")
This is a strange one. Unlike many other metal clarinets it is chromed, and it consists of three parts plus the mouthpiece - Lower joint with bell, upper joint, barrel (if you want to call it like this) and the mouthpiece. From www.clarinette-metal.fr I gather this is a Noblet(Leblanc) stencil instrument - maybe it was customised and finished at the Rauber site in Montreux.
It comes in a leather quiver with a fancy shoulder strap.
The clarinet, assembled
The bell is chiseled with the name of the manufacturer and the manufacturing date, as done on every army item. Rauber, Montreux was once affiliated with Selmer (best known for their saxophones). Notice the stamped cross at the bottom. Again typical for Army gear.
The lower joint. The bell can't be separated from it.
The upper joint, the barrel and the mouthpiece. Sharper in real life. ;-)
The back side of the quiver has a belt loop. I can't imagine it's comfortable to wear that thing on the belt, but if it makes the soldiers happy? :)
When you open the quiver, there's a lyre tucked into the cover.
The lyre. The clamps will hold the score sheet extremely firmly even in a thunderstorm.
Again the individual parts with the barrel attached to the upper joint.
(click on the pictures to get a bigger version)