Tag Archive for airmen

Overall urge to immediately remove the ACH due to pain

Kits: 16. Heard about us: Google. Duties: OTW construction, security, convoys. Current Pads: MSA 08/2007 1″. Green color, glued seam, fabric cover.. Comments: Significant headaches, “dimples” and red-marks from the pads, improper fit of the helmet, and for most, an overall urge to immediately remove the ACH due to pain. The existing pads provide about…

The pads we use now are rocks

Rock padsKits: 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 long period of time. You…

improve operational effectiveness

Improve operational effectiveness.Kits: 10. Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri. Heard about us: JTF Unit. Duties: Assault Landing Zone operations. Current Pads: USGI standard green bricks. Comments: We are a small team tasked with forward operations which necessitates wear of typical combat kit that the AF largely does not field. As such, the needs of the small…

Air Force Request

Kits: 1. Hometown: TUCSON, AZ. Heard about us: GOOGLE. Duties: EXPEDITIONARY COMMUNICATIONS. Current Pads: SAGE/VELCRO/HARD. Comments: THANKS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IN THIS MATTER ! :). SSgt, USAF

my pads are crumbling

my pads are crumblingKits: 1. Hometown: Chicago. Heard about us: Operation We Are Here. Duties: Afghanistan National Army Advisor. Current Pads: Foliage Green, Unit Pad Oblong, SPM1C1-07-C-F101, NSN 8470-01-506-6454, Cage 5M888 LOT 04. Comments: Both my pads are crumbling and my chin strap/harness are falling apart. If able, receiving a new chin strap and harness…

Current pads are too firm

Current pads are too firmKits: 2. Heard about us: Another Air Force Officer. Duties: Logistics. Current Pads: Standard Air Force Issue. Comments: Current pads are too firm and uncomfortable and can cause headaches during prolonged wear. A friend of mine recommended I try these pads during my last deployment… I’d like to request a new…