Monthly Archives: February 2016

Pads are very uncomfortable and almost unbearable

Pads are very uncomfortable and almost unbearableKits: 1. Hometown: Pomona,Ca. Heard about us: Chain of command. Duties: Artillery. Current Pads: Pad helmet, advanced combat, grey, velcro. Comments: Being in an Artillery unit, we wear our kevlars almost 24/7 while training. Whether it be during our actual training or during convoys. The pads are very uncomfortable…

Better comfort equals better morale equals better performance

Better comfort equals better morale equals better performanceKits: 1. Hometown: Daytona Beach, FL. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Intelligence. Current Pads: Grey, standard issue. Comments: To wear a heavy ACH around all day, it has to be comfortable. Better comfort equals better morale, which in return makes performance high of everyday missions.. PFC, US Army

have pads from you guys and absolutely love them

have pads from you guys and absolutely love themKits: 14. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Army issued, nsn numbers, grey, sewn seam. Comments: These pads are for my entire squad of soldiers. I have pads from you guys and absolutely love them, as a result of their quality I am making it mandatory for them all…

feel like the kevlar is digging into my head

feel like the kevlar is digging into my headKits: 2. Hometown: el cajon, ca. Heard about us: friend. Duties: i will be doing site security and standing post. as well as convoy operations. Current Pads: pad helmet advance combat size 3/4″ they are grey and glued on edges. Comments: While standing post the current kevlar…

The pads are way to hard

The pads are way to hardKits: 70. Hometown: Holtville, California. Heard about us: First Sergeant. Duties: Engineer. Current Pads: velcro grey pads in the new ECH 3 in the front 3 in the rear and one in the bottom of the ECH. Comments: Thanks for your support. CSM, US Army Kits: 15. Hometown: Tacoma Washington.…

current pads are hard as a rock

current pads are hard as a rockKits: 23. Hometown: Littleton. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Combat Engineer. Current Pads: Pad Helmet NSN 8470-01-546-9415 glued grey. Comments: We were issued new helmets and the current pads are hard as a rock and make the helmet sit too high on Soldiers heads.. SFC, US Army Kits: 1.…