Tag Archive for Infantry

THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO!

THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO! Kits: 8. Hometown: Georgia. Heard about us: Squad Leader. Duties: Infantry. Current pads: PAD, HELMET, ADVANCED COMBAT – Grey color. Comments: I was told about this site about two years ago by my squad leader at the time and and requested a kit. THESE KITS ARE A GOD SEND.…

Some soldiers don’t have any at all

Some soldiers don’t have any at allKits: 22. Hometown: Stuart fl. Heard about us: A friend. Duties: Route clearance. Current pads: Regular grey pads. Comments: I’m the medic for my platoon, a lot of my guys are complaining of headaches that start at the temples from wearing the current helmets. Specialist, US Army Kits: 15.…

Constantly adjust the pads to reduce headaches

Constantly adjust the pads to reduce headachesKits: 3. Hometown: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Combat Engineer; Demolitions, CIED. Current pads: PAD, HELMET, ADVANCED COMBAT SIZE. Gray, glued seam, felt texture. Comments: A guy in my platoon in 2011 had some pretty amazing kevlar pads that DID NOT give the wearer headaches, or the…

Heading overseas

Heading overseasKits: 30. Hometown: Greenville sc. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Infantry. Current pads: Issued pads. Comments: We are going to ntc [national training center] and the possibility of going to Korea. Sgt, US Army

current pads are old and worn out

Current pads we use are so old and worn out my soldiers were taking them out of there helmetsKits: 7. Hometown: Boise, ID. Heard about us: Friend from work. Duties: Infantry. Current pads: Gray ach pads from cif/rfi. Comments: The current pads we use are so old and worn out my soldiers were taking them…

The pads cause headaches

The pads cause headachesKits: 35. Hometown: Plainville MA. Heard about us: Adjacent platoon received pads. Duties: Infantry, demolitions, counter IED. Current pads: Grey issued pads, smooth felt padding, glued seams. Comments: The pads cause headaches and require constant adjustment to prevent headaches. This means a lot of the Marines have to readjust before mounting night…