Monthly Archives: September 2014

Three Soldiers Asking for Help

These Three Soldiers Are Asking for Help 29 Sep 2014: Kits: 1. Hometown: Foothill Ranch, CA. Heard about us: AR-15.com. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Army issue pads.. Pad, Helmet, Advanced Combat. Comments: Thank you for your support. SGT, US Army 28 Sep 2014: Kits: 9. Hometown: red bluff, CA. Heard about us: ar15.com. Duties: line…

Soldiers Asking for Helmet Pad Kits

17 Sep 2014: Kits: 45. Hometown: FT Bragg. Heard about us: google. Duties: Pers/Air craft Recovery, QRF, Medevac Sec, Pers Security Detail, Pathfinder Ops. Current Pads: Sewn Green. Comments: The current pads are very unfitting. They become hard from sweat soaks and produce a fowl smell. The GI pads are horrible for our many night…

Current Pads Are Falling Apart

Current Pads Are Falling ApartKits: 12. Duties: infantry. Current Pads: green sewn pads. Comments: The current pads my squad and I have are falling apart from the constant sweat and then heat. They are the standard green sewn pads and full of sand and rock particles. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated!…

Very hard and uncomfortable pads

6 Sep 2014: Kits: 17. Hometown: Buckeye, AZ. Heard about us: Friend referred. Duties: Maintenance, recovery, fire fighting. Current Pads: Army basic issue grey pads. Comments: Very hard and uncomfortable. They get old and fall out easy. SPC, US Army 7 Sep 2014: Kits: 3.Hometown: Los Angeles California. Heard about us: online. Duties: Chaplain Assistant. Current…

Outfit platoon of nearly 60 Marines

Kits: 55. Hometown: Lakewood, WA. Heard about us: Co-worker. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Gentex grey 3/4″ NSN 8470-01-546-9407. Comments: I would like to outfit my platoon of nearly 60 Marines with upgraded helmet pads in preparation for our upcoming deployment. The current pads are uncomfortably hard and cause pressure (increasingly so in cold weather) and…

Thank you from Army EOD

704th EOD Aug 2014

Thanks from the 704th Explosive Ordinance Platoon.

These helmet pads are pretty epic! I want to thank you for them on behalf of Army EOD team!  Thank you for your support.

Need to be replaced

Kits: 40. Hometown: Manchester, NH. Heard about us: Online. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Issued, Foliage Green, 3/4″, NSN 8470-01-546-3407. Comments: We conduct patrols each day and our helmets are obviously getting a lot of use due to basic wear/tear. I am a platoon leader responsible for 40 paratroopers and due to the extended use and…