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have pads from you guys and absolutely love them

have pads from you guys and absolutely love themKits: 14. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Army issued, nsn numbers, grey, sewn seam. Comments: These pads are for my entire squad of soldiers. I have pads from you guys and absolutely love them, as a result of their quality I am making it mandatory for them all…

These helmets are very uncomfortable for us to wear

These helmets are very uncomfortable for us to wearKits: 5. Hometown: Mohnton, PA. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Current pads are ceradyne and green in color. They are operation resolute support. Comments: These helmets are very uncomfortable for us to wear. They cause a rash on our foreheads because they hold sweat.…

my head hurts to the touch

my head hurts to the touchKits: 1. Hometown: Boise. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: NTC. Current Pads: Team Wendy. Comments: My neck and shoulders hurt from wearing the Kevlar after awhile. Usually end up with a headache and stiff neck. If the pads aren’t situated right then my head hurts to the touch, usually bruised.…

We can’t stand to wear our ACH pads for hours on end

We can’t stand to wear our ACH pads for hours on end Kits: 1. Hometown: Lowell, MA. Heard about us: Googling Helmet Pad Upgrades. Duties: Infantry, Patrols, Tower Guard, Recon. Current Pads: Basic Issued Pads, NSN 8470-01-848-9415, gray, velco, ACH , “Mine safety Application Co.”. Comments: Our issued pads are uncomfortable and I don’t feel…

feels like rocks or wood slabs against your head

feels like rocks or wood slabs against your headKits: 3. Hometown: Merritt island FL. Duties: Forward Observer, patrols. Current Pads: Blue/ grayish very stiff glued fabric. Comments: The current pads are retaining sweat and are very uncomfortable and about half way through a patrol the pads start releasing the sweat into your face causing you…

gashes and blood on my head

gashes and blood on my headKits: 5. Hometown: Colorado Springs. Heard about us: Marine Friend. Duties: Artillery. Current Pads: Green, velcro, very stiff and worn down. Comments: I am currently deployed to [opsec] with my Army platoon at a Marine fob. A Marine pointed out that he could see gashes and blood on my head. I…