Monthly Archives: November 2016

Voice of experience ignored yet again

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Nov 28, 2016: From us to a requesting warrior: Clint: Have you let folks higher up in the food chain know about the problems with the current GI helmet pads? When I urge the military to undergo a cephalo-rectal extraction they assure me there’s NO problem with them. His response: “It’s…

A Thanksgiving note from our front-line troops

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn 12/24/2016: I spoke with you on the last deployment for the 82nd Airborne, Pathfinders (now the last Pathfinder unit in the Army). The pads you sent were amazing but now another deployment is underway in a new country and as most of the company has changed out due to PCS/ETS I…

Current pads are hard and don’t evenly support helmet weight

Current pads are hard and don’t evenly support helmet weight Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 1. Hometown: ODENTON. Duties: Unmanned aerial operations. Current Pads: Velcro sewn seam gray. Comments: Current pads are hard and don’t evenly support helmet weight. WO1, US Army Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Hard pads cause headaches

Hard pads cause headaches Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 2. Hometown: Los angeles. Heard about us: Blog. Duties: Convoy. Current Pads: Issued, grey. Comments: Hard pads, causes headaches while conducting extended convoy operations. Spc, US Army Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

The pads we use now are rocks

Rock pads Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 25. Hometown: Austin, Texas. Heard about us: Airborne Infantrymen I went to a school with. Duties: D.A.R.T DOWNED AIRCRAFT RECOVERY TEAM. Current Pads: Grey rock hard pads NSN 8470-01-046-9407. Comments: The pads we use now are rocks. they give soldiers migraines and are awful to use for a…

Needless distracting migraine headaches from rock-hard helmet pads

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Oct 30, 2016: Duties: D.A.R.T DOWNED AIRCRAFT RECOVERY TEAM. Current Pads: Grey rock hard pads. Comments: The pads we use now are rocks they give soldiers migraines and are awful to use for a long period of time. You guys are doing an amazing thing and we appreciate it very much..…