Expedition Medical/Trauma Pack
When you need to set up a
Mobile Clinic, or just need to carry just enough medical
supplies for "any situation", this is the pack that will meet
In "Tactical" circles, this pack is called a
"Three-Day Assault Pack", but we think it holds enough to
warrant the title "Expedition Medical/Trauma Pack"
because you can carry enough medical supplies to manage an
expedition or clinic and hold enough trauma gear to manage an
MCI and is a great
pack for daily ALS or BLS medical operations, First Responders,
First Aiders, and/or for specific kit applications.
The external (side, bottom, and top)
compression straps minimize this pack's profile when space is a
concern. Unsnap the shoulder straps at the bottom of the
pack and stow them in the H20 bladder pocket and carry the pack
around by the heavy duty carry/drag handle for a less
conspicuous presentation. Double zipper pulls make
for ease of access to all of this pack's roomy compartments.
Heavy weight webbing over the entire pack allows for
multiple modular attachments.
||The pack itself is 22" x 17" x 11" with
two large pockets on the back; a large secondary section on top
with a hidden zippered "documents" pocket and a large horizontal
pocket with a triple sectioned mesh pocket against the back wall
of the pack and a zippered horizontal pocket on the flap wall at
the base of the pack.
If that isn't enough space, you
can add to it using the many M.O.L.L.E. / PAL attachment points.
|It has all sorts of clever
accouterments and extra touches, such as Velcro covers for the
hydration tube passage and tie down straps in the main
All stress points are double stitched for
The pack is
surprisingly comfortable under heavy loads, with body-contoured
shoulder straps, a sternum strap with lumbar support and a waist
belt. It has a plastic internal frame to add structure and also
has individual back panels to promote maximum air flow, keeping
The rear pad of
the pack is contoured to assist in ventilation therefore
decreasing the opportunity for "hot spots" to build up on your
A zipper opens the rear panel of the pack to allow entry into
what most would consider to be the hydration pack storage area
of these types of packs. There is enough room for two hydration bladders of three liters each
(you can add more hydration carriers in the main compartment or
externally, if you wish).
What we've found this section to be
most useful for is for storage of emergency blankets, ground
cover cloth, or emergency stretchers such as our
Tactical Go Stretcher. Blankets stay warm against your back
until ready to use which is a real benefit for hypothermic
large pockets on the back, bottom pocket (12.5" x 6" x
3") with three elastic closure mash pocket and a zipper
side pockets (9" x 5" x 2.5") one on each side.
Red Rock alternative
Beginning with the Main
Compartment, three buckled gear straps to secure gear
and medical supplies in place and
keep them from shifting around while two extra
mesh pockets provide quick visual recognition and access
to items against the front internal wall.
A "pass through" hole is on
the back wall that allows access of hydration system
drink tubes if employed.
Each internal compartment has drainage grommets
and are lined with a PVC lining to help keep moisture
The Second Compartment
features three internal pockets
for either documents or "slimmer" medical items.
Additional organizational pockets include two "radio" pockets
that are able to secure items in place with bungee cord
and Velcro tabs. Smaller penlight and penholder pockets
round out the array.
Heavy duty reinforced carry handles can be found
on both sides as well as the top of the pack for
rapid movement if the pack is not mounted.
load cargo capacity compartment with separate pocket to fit
up to two 3L hydration bladders.
contour shoulder straps with D-Ring for equipment
attachment, sternum strap and waist belt.
side compression straps.
Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle.
double zipper pulls on the main compartment for easy access.
Individual form pad back penal for extra comfort and maximum
on all compartments for drainage.
Organize and have rapid access to your
medical gear with the removable
VA7 Medical Pack
Insert (sold separately)!
The Condor Pack Insert is designed to work with the
Condor Compact Assault Pack or
packs/bags and is a semi-rigid hook & look modular panel that comes
with two panels and three pouches.
The semi-rigid construction and grab handle is engineered for easy
deployment and retrieval of the insert. A single hook and loop strap
keeps the insert secure when it's out of it's pack.
The Pack Insert, as with all of Condor's
VA Series Modular Accessories, becomes a force multiplier by
allowing medical operators to organize their medic kit easily and access
supplies while the insert either remains stored within the main
compartment of the
Compact Assault Pack or is pulled out and laid open apart from the
pack (measures 32.5" x 8.75" when laid flat).