Designed by Dr Maurizio Miglietta for Secret Service use, the Tac-Pack® is for the emergency treatment of open or bleeding wounds, wounds like gunshot wounds, knife wounds, broadhead wounds, explosive trauma, and it can handle certain smoke and dust conditions. And it is a trauma kit that is compact and light enough to carry in a jacket or trouser pocket; available for use at a moments notice.
Inside the vacuum packed pouch, you find the necessary items to render immediate first aid. It is easily used on yourself, or on others, immediately. A trauma kit like this, in the hands of just about anyone, could potentially save any number of people, who normally would have been lost due to help not arriving soon enough.
No to belabor the point, but all of us need to be prepared in case of any kind of incident. With the potential for a terrorist attack, or a mentally disturbed individual that goes on a rampage, citizens everywhere need to have capabilities that where once reserved for soldiers and first responders. The Tac-Packs should be the first thing placed in everyone's personal kit.
The Tac-Pack contains the following:
N-95 Respirator Mask
N-95 Respirator Mask
25gram Quick Clot® Sponge
Trauma and Gunshot wounds:
What you need to know to save a life.
Dr. Maurizio A. Miglietta
And for further instruction on using the Tac-Pack, Tack-Pack QC, or the Individual Battle Pack, see this information filled PDF: Instructional Training Materials. This is a well thought out Power Point style instructional material that can be shown as an slide show or printed out as a handout.
Note: N95 respirator has at least 95% filtration efficiency against solid and liquid aerosols that do not contain oil. For more information on N95 type respirators see this PDF from 3M
For those of you that hunt, TMC will be coming out with a Hunter-Pack, a trauma pack very similar to the Tac-Pac QC. That's no excuse for not getting the Tac-Pac immediately for your home, vehicle and rucksack. Again, as I frequently say, it is cheap insurance!
Tactical Medical Packs
This review is also available at The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles The Range Reviews: Tac-Packs