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bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme discomfort

bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme discomfortKits: 12. Hometown: San Jose, CA. Heard about us: Oregon Aero customer service. Duties: Explosive Ordnance Disposal / Counter-IED. Current Pads: Issued, Gray, MSA and Team Wendy pads.. Comments: The currently issued helmet pads are large and not flexible. Their bulkiness and stiffness causes extreme discomfort after little time of…

Current pads in my helmet are horrible

Current pads in my helmet are horribleKits: 1. Hometown: Sierra Vista, AZ. Duties: Explosive Ordnance Disposal. Current Pads: Gray, Something was written on them but it has worn off. Comments: Heard about Operation Helmet from a friend. Decided to give it a try since the current pads in my helmet are horrible. SFC, US Army…

Common complaint is headaches after prolong use.

Common complaint is headaches after prolong use. Kits: 27. Hometown: Southern Maryland. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Explosive Ordnance Disposal. Current Pads: basic issue pads/ folage green. Comments: The current pads always have the problem of freezing and making it difficult for the soldiers to use properly when on mission. The most common complaint is…

EOD Marines requests upgrade

Kits: 1. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Explosive ordnance disposal. Current Pads: Standard greenish gray pads that are issued. Comments: Complete discomfort especially while wearing peltors and nvgs which is standard for my job. Sgt, USMC

Thank you from Army EOD

704th EOD Aug 2014

Thanks from the 704th Explosive Ordinance Platoon.

These helmet pads are pretty epic! I want to thank you for them on behalf of Army EOD team!  Thank you for your support.

Request

Kits: 3. Hometown: WASHINGTON, D.C.. Heard about us: INTERNET. Duties: EOD TECH. Current Pads: STANDARD ARMY ISSUE/ GREEN-GREY/ FUZZY POLYESTER/ 2 MEDIUM SIZE KEVLARS & 1 LARGE. Comments: THE EOD TECHS OF TEAM x IN xxxTH EOD COMPANY GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT.. SGT, US Army

2014 US Air Force Requests

11 Jun 2014: Kits: 25. Hometown: Waterbury Connecticut. Heard about us: Fellow soldier. Duties: Convoy Ops. Current Pads: Green hard basic stock pad. Comments: Currently in Afghanistan attached to an army unit as a combat medic. I was ordered one by a friend back in February and they have been awesome. I would like my…