Wednesday, November 23, 2011

SPECOPS IPMED Distributed to Polish Army

Six thousand of these Individual  Medical Packets have now been sent out to Polish Forces by the Polish military equipment manufacturer and distributor SPECOPS. This combat first aid kit can be worn with any MOLLE Compatible platform and is designed with a focus on a drop leg system.The Polish soldier posing with President Karzai in Afghanistan can be seen with the IPMED at his hip.

Polish Soldier with SPECOPS IPMED

Here is a great shot of another member of the Polish Army wearing an MultiCam Combat Shirt equipped with Taliban Hillfighter patch and mis-matched Pantera camouflage trousers, carrying the IPMED at the hip on his Armor Carrier.

Polish Army in Afghanistan
The SPECOPS IPMED is manufactured with 695 Denier Cordura Nylon and includes three strips of webbing along with a hook and loop strip for the supplied MED tape or other patches at the front. The Pouch unzips and flips completely open laying flat for immediate access to all medic equipment.

The inner compartment utilizes nylon loops to hold all supplies in place. A secondary panel can also be attached via the coil cord, so that you can pull your supplies out for external use. This flap flips completely open with a hook and loop closure and allows for ample space to load your supplies and see where they are located on a flat surface.

The IPMED also comes equipped with the drop leg panel if not worn on an armor carrier, pack, or other platform. This simply attaches at the thigh to give an additional means for carrying your kit with reasonable comfort. provides a comprehensive review of the IPMED for additional information.

Polish Army in Afghanistan - IPMED on Drop Leg Panel

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