Model: leg sub-machine gun mag pouch Date: mid/late 90s Details: This was made by BlackHawk when they still made all of their gear in the USA. Comparable in quality to LBT or Eagle. Holds three sub-gun mags (MP5, etc)
The BlackHawk model does not have the insulated fur liner, which absorbs water and adds pounds of weight to your gear. The canteen is held in place by a double flap with two Durasnaps. The bottom is made of heavy-duty coated mesh for quick water drainage during river and stream crossings. It attaches to your belt with our BTS belt loops or A.L.I.C.E. clips. Made of coated 1000 denier NyTaneon nylon for water and abrasion resistance. Wt: 4 oz.
In February 2002, newspapers in the United States and United Kingdom published complaints by some nongovernmental organizations (“NGOs”) about US and other Coalition special operations forces operating in Afghanistan in “civilian clothing.”
The reports sparked debate within the NGO community and among military judge advocates about the legality of such actions.At the US Special Operations Command (“USSOCOM”) annual Legal Conference, May 13–17, 2002, the judge advocate debate became intense. While some attendees raised questions of “illegality” and the right or obligation of special operations forces to refuse an “illegal order” to wear “civilian clothing,” others urged caution.The discussion was unclassified, and many in the room were not privy to information regarding Operation ENDURING FREEDOM Special Forces, its special mission units,or the missions assigned them.
Delta Force during the hunt for Laden in the mountains of Tora Bora.
Most Professional Soldiers would tell you that the best camouflage in the world is to dress in native garb (Mufti) and behave like the locals, and very often you'll find “Special Forces” guys (armed with their excellent language skills and cultural sensitivities) doing just that, even when they are visiting friendly host nations.When“going native”proves impossible SF Guys might then buy European or Other foreign-made clothes so they can pose as anything but American.Given the risk for military personnel of overseas exposure these days, this makes a lot of sense. As always, flexibility is the key to their actions.
NAR’s smallest IFAK, complete
with essential life-saving equipment for point-of-wounding and
self-aid/buddy-aid care to address penetrating, blast or other traumatic
The Eagle IFAK is a compact, versatile individual first aid kit that
offers both MOLLE/PALS – style connectors to attach to the assault
vest/body armor and an upper or lower mounted 2.25” belt loop attachment
to secure the kit in the high or low position on your duty/pistol belt,
all in one carrying platform. Sized as the smallest IFAK in our product
line, this innovative kit contains all of the essential equipment for
point-of-wounding and self-aid/buddy-aid care to address penetrating,
blast or other traumatic injuries. Featuring a Quick Pull Tab, the
carrying bag easily opens to reveal the removable kit with just one
hand. The kit has a unique, detachable shock-cord inner panel that can
be adjusted to carry different components and provides easy access to
your IFAK contents by simply pulling the color-coded tab to remove the
panel from the carrying bag. The compact size reduces the space
requirement needed for an IFAK on your vest or belt.
The SK-1150 Helicopter Medic Bag, part of the (SK-11500, full set) is designed to accommodate all equipment formerly in the metal chests with room other upgraded equipment. They provide maximum flexibility and organization for seamless integration of necessary medical equipment and supplies while augmenting the operator with the necessary tools and supplies to manage the casualties in-flight. Casualty and Operator Safety are paramount, along with Fit Form and Function.
Dimensions of Medic Bag:
Open and hanging; 20” X 40” x6”
USAARL Tested and approved
Replaces obsolete metal medical chests for safer operations
Mounts Securely In Military Aircraft to Troop Seat Mounts (Fore and AFT)
Drop Down Medical Paraclete CANSOF Team Medical IFAK Pouch, Part number CAN020
This is the big brother to the extremely popular Paraclete CANSOF IFAKs. Widely acclaimed as one of the best medical pouches available, the Paraclete CANSOF IFAK was developed by Paraclete with direct input from Canadian special forces operators and issued to CSOR and JTF-2. This is the standard CANSOF IFAK's big brother, designed for a team medic to carry much more in the way of medical equipment, field dressings, bandages, CATs, shears etc.
PATCH POCKET,MULTICAM NSN: 8465-01-612-3195 October 09, 2012
The Medium Vertical Utility Pouch is a lightweight zippered general purpose pouch built with the Helium Whisper attachment system. The Medium Vertical Utility Pouch holds taller items such as magazines, smoke grenades, small radios, stripped down rations, or other similar sized items. Two elastic bands on the back panel keep items secure and two paracord loops on the inside corners allow critical gear to be dummy corded to the pouch.