Tag Archive for engineer

Situational Awareness Reduced by Discomfort

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Kits: 30. Hometown: Fort Bragg. Heard about us: Google/previous experience. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Team Wendy pads. Comments: Hello, We are currently using the team wendy/Ceradyne pads right now. Despite the Army’s push for better helmets (ECH) we all have the Team Wendy/Ceradyne pads that cause massive headaches and discomfort. Our current situation has us…

Biggest complaint on the current pads is headaches

Kits: 28. Hometown: Minneapolis, MN. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Light Combat Engineer. Current Pads: Army issued pads, PAD, Helmet , Advanced combat, Gray 3/4″. Comments: The biggest complaint on the current pads is headaches even after adjusting pad locations. Removing pads for bare minimum amount still discomfort, with this then chin strap issues not…

headache after only 30 minutes of wear

headache after only 30 minutes of wearKits: 1. Hometown: Athens. Heard about us: Internet. Duties: Engineering equipment repair in field. Current Pads: Olive Green standard issue. Comments: My pads are slightly too thick for my head and are quite stiff. They cause a headache after only 30 minutes of wear. If I move up in…

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.…

New pads for my squad

New pads for my squad11 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

I am so excited about your mission

I am so excited about your missionKits: 1.  Heard about us: website. Duties: Engineer. Current Pads: ?. Comments: My name is Jean. I am so excited about your mission. My son is flying to Kuwait as I write this. This is his first time deploying so you can understand my apprehension and worry. SPC, US…