Monthly Archives: April 2018

Pain in the A__: perhaps AIR? Not likely

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Thank you for your response.  That request for 140 pads is not for our entire company, but for three of our reinforced platoons which for our current mission-set are transported by MV-22 Ospreys and can be wearing their helmet in the aircraft for 4-5 hours before potentially inserting into a landing…

Compression headaches

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 10. Hometown: Redding California. Heard about us: Buddy. Duties: Infantry. Current pads: Standard issue. Comments: Many of my marines have complained to me about the issued pads and if I knew of any better ones. Until I used my buddies helmet I didn’t. Then he told me about this and…

Current pads that we are using now are old, ripped and discolored

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 114. Heard about us: BATTLE BUDDY. Duties: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE. Current pads: ACH PADS. RIPPED. Comments: Current pads that we are using now are old, ripped and dis-colored. We have the same pads from our prior deployment. SGT, US Army Kits: 40. Heard about us: Buddy. Duties: Artillery. Current pads: Basic…

Wake up, PEO SOLDIER

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn 4/4/18: Hey, thank you for the reply. I don’t see how they receive no complaints. The issues pads are too hard and cause headaches with any mission over an hour. Soldiers have to take pads out just so the Kevlar fits. I represent an advisor team that is detached from our…

The current pads end up feeling like bricks

The current pads end up feeling like bricks Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 56. Hometown: Nevada. Heard about us: My Battalion Commander. Duties: Infantry/ Route clearance/ QRF. Current pads: Grey issued pads. Comments: The current pads we have get very hard after awhile of wearing them in the field and end up feeling like bricks.…

I often catch my soldiers removing helmets for brief relief from pain

I often catch my soldiers removing helmets for brief relief from pain Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Kits: 26. Hometown: Moore, OK. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Guardian Angel. Current pads: Solid black foam, 17 with an arrow in the center surrounded by 1-12. Comments: My unit is currently in Afghanistan. My soldiers and myself are…