Tag Archive for Uncomfortable

Pads are not comfortable

Kits: 2. Hometown: Sonora, Ca. Heard about us: An NCO. Duties: Train RTU, constant field exercises/ Maintenance. Current Pads: Issued, foliage green, NSN on large round pad: 8470-01-546-9415. Comments: The problem with the issued pads: – pressure can be felt from a single pad throughout the day eventually causing headaches – constantly having to adjust…

more comfortable pads

more comfortable padsKits: 2. Hometown: St. Louis, MO. Heard about us: Marine Corps Times. Duties: I am the [opsec] advisor to the Afghan National Army. [opsec]. Current Pads: PAD, HELMET, ADVANCED COMBAT, GREEN, Looks like a glued seam which attaches to the velcro in the helmet. Comments: No major difficulties in terms of saying that…

Helping Marines

Kits: 25. Heard about us: received kits from your organization during deployment to AFG in 2014. Duties: medical support. Current Pads: Unknown. Comments: Thank you very much for your support to troops. HM2/E5, USN

might as well just be rocks square/rectangle inside the helmet

Kits: 5. Hometown: dallas GA. Duties: infantry. Current Pads: ceradyne, grey glued. Comments: pads that we currently got have 0 padding at all. might as well just be rocks square/rectangle inside the helmet. SSG, US Army Kits: 4. Hometown: Jackson NJ. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Infantry. Current Pads: Basic issue, damaged pads. Comments: want…

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…

Game-changing pads

Game-changing padsKits: 12. Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas. Heard about us: My senior enlisted leaders. Duties: infantry. Current Pads: stock DOD garbage. Comments: Hey man, a few years ago my Seniors got us these great new kevlar pads during my first deployment (OEF 10-2). Now it’s my turn to be a senior NCO, and I’d like…

Hurts my head

Hurts my headKits: 10. Hometown: Houston. Heard about us: on the net just looking around. Duties: Artillery. Current Pads: gray pads. Comments: Pads and chin strap hurt my head and that of my Soldiers.. SSG, US Army