RTS Tactical releases Rapid Deploy IFAK kit
RTS Tactical recently announced the release of its Rapid Deploy IFAK – just in time for SHOT Show 2022.To get more news about stop the bleed, you can visit rusuntacmed.com official website.
The Rapid Deploy IFAK is lightweight with a rugged shell and includes all the necessary medical components in a compact kit, according to the company. Its one-motion pull system can be used by the main operator or a fellow operator.
Made with bonded Cordura fabric, zippers, MIL-SPEC bungee cords and tactical Nylon materials, the Rapid Deploy IFAK kit is available in black, ranger green, coyote and MultiCam. There are also three tourniquet options: SWAT-T, SOF Tactical and Combat Application.
It was always my intention, from Day 1, to get students involved so at the end of the day they would be able to say they participated in a humanitarian relief operation delivering front line medical supplies to a war zone. If this turns into what it can turn into, it can be a pretty impressive item to put on your CV,” he said. “I can imagine this becoming a credit-bearing course with all kinds of implications in various majors, from public relations to supply chain management.”
buckley neilWhen contemplating his own career after the army, Arvisais-Anhalt reached out to Dr. Neil Buckley, associate professor and chair of biological sciences, who helped set him up in the program.
“Nicholas is a truly impressive young man with tremendous focus and drive,” Buckley said. “(With his experience) he is highly qualified to be leading the iFAK effort. In fact, he’s almost uniquely qualified to do this because he not only has the medical training to devise how best to put these first-aid kits together and the connections with medical supply companies to source the supplies, but he has the drive and determination to move this project forward.”