Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Woodland Training Field Pack IIFS Butt Pack



Field Pack Training Woodland
IIFS Field Pack 
NSN : 8465-00-935-6825


US GI issue New Improved version with webbing straps for attachment to the LBV. Protective inner flap with draw cord closure. "Butt packs". Latest version with fastex quick release buckles Protective inner flap with draw cord closure. Webbing straps for attachment to LBV. D rings for use with the GP strap. Can be used with ALICE Clips as well for attachment to the older system or you can use the MOLLE ALICE clip adapters for use with the MOLLE system Original US GI Issue. Front flap opens by two quick release straps. Top has two cinch straps with d-rings for attachment. US GI Issue Field Training Pack. Also attachable by rear alice keeper clips. Inner water repellant top collar. Vented Bottom. Made of Cordura. 
Dimensions: 10 1/4 by 9 1/2 by 6 1/4 inches 

NSN: 8465-00-935-6825 












The Individual Integrated Fighting System or IIFS was introduced in 1988 as a possible replacement for the All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment in United States armed forces service. The IIFS replaces the age-old concept of a shoulder-harness suspenders and individual equipment belt design with the newer concept of a tactical load-carrying vest. The IIFS vest is also known as the Tactical Load Bearing Vest or TLBV, or sometimes as LBV-88.


The vest would hold the ALICE belt where you would still have ALICE pouches. The pack system was a major upgrade, with neat pack that was a large internal frame rucksack with a removeable patrol pack. The primary color is Woodland Camo, but at least one 3 color desert has been spotted. Large overstocks of existing olive drab Alice items prevented mass changeover of all existing Alice items to Woodland Camo.




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