Monthly Archives: April 2015

bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme discomfort

bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme discomfort Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 12. Hometown: San Jose, CA. Heard about us: Oregon Aero customer service. Duties: Explosive Ordnance Disposal / Counter-IED. Current Pads: Issued, Gray, MSA and Team Wendy pads.. Comments: The currently issued helmet pads are large and not flexible. Their bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme…

Two for the price of One

Two for the price of One Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn We have been working with Oregon Aero for over ten years now providing upgraded combat helmet pad kits to our troops. They have consistently lowered their prices and for the next two weeks are offering a “two for the price of one” deal. Now is…

Over 80,000

Over 80,000 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Fantastic! That is amazing. Thank you for all that you do. I know my Soldiers will enjoy, we will let you know. -Charles On Sat, Apr 25, 2015 at 4:24 PM, Doc Bob Meaders wrote: By the way; somewhere in the batch of helmet pad kits we sent you…

They are very uncomfortable

They are very uncomfortable Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 45. Hometown: Burbank. Heard about us: Recieved Kit on my first deployment. Duties: Convoy, Sweeping, Engineering. Current Pads: Issued USMC grey pads. Comments: The current pads that are issued to us become hard after just a day of work when they dry. They are very uncomfortable,…

They are horrible and hurt after wearing for a short time

They are horrible and hurt after wearing for a short time Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn 16 Apr 2015: Kits: 60. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Medical. Current Pads: Basic issue from CIF.. Comments: We have CIF issue pads that velcro in ACU green color. They are horrible and hurt after wearing for a short time. CPT,…

Bulky and rub hard on our scalps

Bulky and rub hard on our scalps Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn 16 Apr 2015: Kits: 3. Hometown: Livonia, Michigan. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Maintenance. Current Pads: Pad, Helmet, Advanced Combat. SPC1C1-12-D-B014. Grey with a glue seam and made of felt. Comments: These pads are worn and shift over extended use. They are bulky and…

New pads for my squad

New pads for my squad Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn 11 Apr 2015: Kits: 12. Hometown: Woodville. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Engineer. Current Pads: grey glued. Comments: it would be great if you could provide new pads for my squad, thank you in advance for your generosity. SGT, US Army Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Soldiers will loosen or remove chin straps as well as removing the helmet altogether to get relief

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn From a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) ‘somewhere’ in Africa/Middle East: The current pads are terrible, they are hard and are extremely uncomfortable to wear for short periods of time let alone a full duty day or convoy. They cause headaches and unwarranted fatigue, and a safety concern as well being that soldiers…