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BasicGear Military Emergency Bandage

$10.47 List price: $13.09 (You save $2.62)
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NSN: 6510-01-460-0849 (4" Green)
NSN: 6510-01-492-2275 (6" Green)
NSN: 6510-01-532-6656 (8" Green)

When urgent need arises on your next mission, act fast to assist your battle buddy with this emergency bandage! A portable necessity, this bandage reduces the amount of triangular bandages a medic must carry in his/her combat vest, leaving room to carry other life-saving equipment. A first-aid essential, be sure to carry these with you in case of emergencies on or off the field.

  • Used by military and government organizations worldwide
  • Replaces current personal field dressings carried by every soldier
  • Allows non-medically trained combatants to treat themselves more effectively
  • GAMMA sterilized
  • Shrink-wrapped for guaranteed sterility
    • Pressure bar for self-guidance and adjustment of bandage
    • Non-stick pad
    • Direct pressure bandage
    • Secondary sterile dressing
    • Closure bar/Device
    • Tourniquet (to be used as a last resort)
  • Made in the USA

SPECIFY: 4", 6", 8" or 12"



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  1. A Quality Bandage 5 Star Review

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    After seeing one of these bandages demonstrated during my most recent combat life saver course, I knew I had to have a few in my own kit. This is a high-quality and versatile bandage and well worth the price.

  2. Saw It In Action. It Works. 5 Star Review

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    Was at recent training involving shooting on steel. One of the participants was struck with a good sized chunk of an fmj round. The impact was into his right bicep. The bleeding started immediately and did not appear superficial. One of the instructors, a been-there-done-that guy who is squared away, grabbed his personal med bag and pulled out one of these bandages. The wound was producing a fair amount of flowing blood when this bandage was applied. The bleeding immediately stopped and the bandage was rock solid and quick to apply. Ems transported the injured person. Upon arrival at the hospital, the doctors noted how high speed and very well designed this bandage was. To summarize, it worked. For the price i just ordered a dozen. One for each bob and each member on my tactical team. Cheers!