My Soldiers really dislike the pads they were issued … painful for long convoys

My Soldiers really dislike the pads they were issued ... painful for long convoys

Kits: 15. Hometown: Detroit mi. Heard about us: From a fellow service member. Duties: Convoy operations artillery fire missions and qrf. Current pads: They are the issue grey pads with MSA written in them. Comments: I have Tbi from previous deployments I have heard good things from the Oregon Artois pad that you guys send out it would help me and my battle buddies that will be doing convoys and qrf tremendously. SGT, US Army

Kits: 60. Hometown: New Castle, DE. Heard about us: Battle buddy. Duties: Attack Aviation operations and maintenance. Current pads: Standard issue. Comments: There are 60 individuals identified that will be in remote outposts in our assigned AO in the next 60 days. These individuals are tasked to provide support to the ground force as well as maneuver through hostile regions to provide necessary maintenance support for AH-64s, Apache Helicopters. We understand this is a large request and we appreciate any assistance Operation Helmet is able to provide. Thank you. 1LT, US Army

Kits: 60. Hometown: NORTH CAROLINA. Heard about us: Google. Duties: Convoy, LOGPACs. Current pads: CIF Issued. Comments: We will be deploying in December and will be running numerous LOGPACs in a forward, austere area. Based on my observations so far my Soldiers really dislike the pads they were issued and it will be painful for long convoys we will be conducting. I put in my home address just to make sure we get it on time without having to deal with the unit’s mail system. If we are able to get this, it would be a huge win for us and I know the guys will appreciate it. Thank you so much! 1LT, US Army