The firefighter's glove was found at the scene and has the SSP-99 logo. In the description of the fireman's suit, the version with the SSP-99 logo is mentioned. The description says that the SSP-99 helmet can be used as a helmet in the suit.
Also the description of the SSP-99 suit doesnt mention the origin of it. I am wondering if we did get any of the suits from hawaii and maybe also from Nimble. If not, it would be cool if you could try to figure out where they came from?
There should be at least one SSP-99 helmet and it should be found in the bunker. The suit it belongs to should be found in the tunnels underneath the bunker (i.e. the tunnels under the second building and the tunnel under the first building). If it is in the bunker, it might be the one Sokolov is wearing in the video. If it's in the tunnels, it should be the same suit that Sokolov is wearing in the video.
Most likely the suit came from the site. If you enter the site, you can see two large open chimneys, one on each side of the second building. The tunnels leading to the chimneys are sealed off.
In the game, the suit also has a respirator that is separated from the headgear. This is shown in the video, where a soldier opens a compartment in the chest. So it seems they have also fixed this issue.
I think it was a bug of the game. I do not have the Tokamak suit, and neither have you, but I do know that your suit is the same as mine (and his). But, the problem only appeared to me, so I checked it out on my own. (I did not make it clear, but I know that there are no bugs in the suit.)
I will contact you tomorrow (since it's 4 am here), and I will tell you if I can't find a way to buy the suit or if I find something else. (But I will be busy tomorrow, so it might not be till monday, sorry)
I have re-activated all of my characters except for the one that received the suit. I will admit that I have been playing this game for a while, but I just came across this conversation of yours, and I'm wondering about some things.
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