Monday, February 9, 2015

US Military IFAKs





S.O.TECH SOF, Individual First Aid Kit (SOF-IFAK)
S.O.TECH VIPER Flat IFAK - VFIFAK - Video
S.O.TECH IFAK

Danish Army Medical IFAK Pouch M / 07
Guardian Medical Kit IFAK V.1

IFAK Improved First Aid Kit

Granite Gear Individual First Aid Kit Pouch IFAK

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Air Force IFAks
B
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.



Army IFAKs
Improved First Aid Kit (IFAK)

B
The IFAK increases individual soldier capabilities to provide Self-Aid/Buddy-Aid and provides interventions for two leading causes of death on the battlefield, severe hemorrhage and inadequate airway.


Army IFAKs
Individual First Aid Kit II
US Army IFAK 2

B
The IFAK II contains all the supplies of the old kit, with the addition of a second tourniquet, a tactical combat casualty card to annotate what kind of first aid was applied to a wounded Soldier, a marker, an eye shield, a rubber seal with a valve for sucking chest wounds, and a strap cutter.
While the new first aid kit can be mounted on a Soldier's back, it is designed to be easily accessible when needed for both right-handed and left-handed Soldiers.


Air Force IFAks
B
The USAF IFAK is about 1/3 larger than the Army version and has a few more items in it.



USMC IFAKs 
B
The Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) provides individual Marines the ability to perform self-aid; for life threatening arterial bleeding and common non life threatening injuries. It also provides the individual Marine the capability to treat non potable water for personal consumption.


USMC IFAKs 
B
As of 31 AUG 2011, the USMC IFAK is no longer shipping with Quikclot powder. Additionally, a newer and substantialy more-expensive USMC IFAK is available (if requested), which replaces the 2ea H-bandages with 2ea CAT Tourniquets. It also adds Quikclot Combat Gauze. 


USMC IFAKs 
USMC FIRST AID KIT , 1 IFAK


B
The IFAK increases individual Marines or Sailors capabilities to provide Self-Aid/Buddy-Aid and provides interventions for leading causes of death on the battlefield, to include severe hemorrhage and and gunshot wounds. The IFAK is broken down into two components, the mionor and trauma kit components


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