High Speed Gear IFAK Necessities

Marine Raiders conduct assaults as a Marine special operations company in Jacksonville, N.C.
Marine Raiders conduct assaults as a Marine special operations company in Jacksonville, N.C.

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- On a daily basis the most important piece of gear an individual would need is an Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK). Hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts, extreme sport athletes, first responders and military personnel can all benefit from life-saving equipment being readily available at a moments notice. IFAK’s can accommodate a multitude of items to save a person’s life. Some of the main essential items that you can carry are:

  • Adhesive tape
  • Bandage kit
  • Nasopharyngeal airway kit
  • Trauma shears
  • Gloves
  • Tourniquet
  • Chem lights
  • Combat gauze
  • Pressure dressing
  • Vented chest seal
  • Ibuprofen
  • Burn dressing

High Speed Gear® offers its ReFlex™ product line that was designed with direct input from active-duty medical personnel and constructed around the medical supplies included in the U.S. Army-issued IFAK. The two-piece system allows you to carry previous medical supplies or other essential items to optimize versatility depending on the field of work that you may be in. The High Abrasion-Resistant Neoprene Kevlar® handles were designed for users to be able to easily find, grab and access the contents of the ReFlex™ IFAK System as quickly as possible.

A U.S. Navy Corpsman assigned to Field Medical Training Battalion-East, deploys a ReFlex™ Med Roll on a simulated casualty during a field training exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.
A U.S. Navy Corpsman assigned to Field Medical Training Battalion-East, deploys a ReFlex™ Med Roll on a simulated casualty during a field training exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.

“We know and understand the importance of preventive measures that users take by carrying organized medical gear.” said Allison Mitchum, HSGI® Director of Sales & Marketing. “It makes us proud to see all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces utilizing our ReFlex IFAK System in the field.”

Since the release of the ReFlex™, High Speed Gear® has also created alternatives for people to be able to use, such as the ReFlex™ Vehicle Mount and the ReFlex™ Leg Rig for users to be able to carry comfortably, no matter their preference.

For more information about the ReFlex™ IFAK System, visit: What do you carry in your ReFlex IFAK System? – YouTube


About High Speed Gear

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Knute Knute

Worlds better than most kits. Most are just band-aids, anti-biotic ointment, and OTC pain killers. I won’t carry stuff for little boo-boos that can be made up from tape and gauze at need. Although one can make up an effective tourniquet from duct tape, and even a vented chest seal with the addition of a credit card, one can never do so as quickly as one that is pre-prepared. Plus, not everyone knows how to do that. Better to have them in your kit. But make sure you know how to use them first. When you or someone else is… Read more »

Russn8r

My vet recommended superglue for certain cuts on horses. Never had to use it, but I know some who have. I carry codeine & silvadene cream. Got my doc to prescribe novocaine & little syringes. Good if you have to sew yourself up.