Military Individual First Aid Kit
Since russia invaded Ukraine we:
Individual First Aid Kit
Individual First Aid Kit - this is what saves lives in the first minutes after battle injury.
The military first aid kit contains:
- We paid important attention to the quality of fabric and accessories because it depends on whether the military will be able to make full use of the IFAK at a critical moment (rain protection, reliability of fasteners, the durability of lightning, etc.)
- Combat Tourniquet (Alternative to CAT Gen-7)
- Each batch of tourniquets, which we use to complete the first aid kits, are tested with paramedics for the strength of the fittings, as well as whether the tourniquets perform a hemostatic function (using ultrasound).
- Permanent marker
- Hemostatics or wipes to stop massive bleeding
- Israeli bandage
- Elastic bandage 2 pcs.
- Gauze bandage
- Burngel dressing
- Medical scissors
- Hypoallergenic patch
- Mylar thermal blankets
- Compressed gauze
In February, when talks began about the possibility of a full-scale russian invasion of Ukraine, we considered what our actions would be. And we came to the conclusion that we can bring the most benefits to the country - by becoming volunteers: to solve logistics needs, to get what will be in short supply… So at noon on February 24, overcoming the first panic and shock, we met at the restaurant Mamont (20 people) which became our second home, like “kryivka” :)
We sent the first donations for the victory of our country on our own. Later, friends, relatives, and acquaintances joined… With these funds, we did next: set up a sewing shop that produces pouches for Individual First Aid Kits (found quality fabric, accessories, etc.) and purchased medicines.
We have a common goal: to provide as many of our militaries on the front line with Individual First Aid Kits.
During our activity, we sent the help to such cities as Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Nikolaev, Zaporizhia, Ochakiv, Zhytomyr, Kovel, Chernihiv, Starokonstantinovsk, Kremenchuk, Energodar, Dnipro, Izium and we continue to send the help further. If you have the desire and opportunity to help with other areas of our work, contact us at the bottom of the site.
Every day we receive feedback on our first aid kits. We look forward to every photo, every message and every recommendation. Feedback is especially important for us, because the military checks our first aid kits in practice.
We see that we are moving in the right direction - individual first aid kits have repeatedly saved lives on the front lines.