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“You Saved a Life!”

We received a phone call from our friends at Ares Armor on Friday afternoon. They told us that we had saved a life. “A life?” we asked. And then they told us this tale.

“During my last deployment to Afghanistan I was assigned to a embedded partnership platoon, whose primary duties we’re running an ANA NCO leadership course. One night the students invited us to a dinner consisting of fresh dead goat that expired due to gunasyphilaids and bread that is made with their feet. We were not taking our weapons to the event to be respectful and to show that they can be trusted, but I myself never wanted to be unarmed in hostile country so I decided to take my Rad pack with a pistol holstered on the inside, but more importantly along with the pistol I was able to fit 20 rip it cans to wash the diseased meat out of my mouth.

As the “dinner” night consisting of foot bread and diseased goat wore on, one of the Afghans started to become more and more hostile towards one of the other Americans. Till one point he walked out of the room yelling and then returned a few moments later with an AKM that he was wildly pointing around the room confronting my team mate with whom he had the altercation. I knew that I had to do something before rounds started to fly. So I stood up from my corner while running and deploying the rad pack at the same time.

In 3 seconds I have my front plate deployed and I’ve drawn my pistol. At this point I have my beretta shoved in his face “politely” asking for his compliance to get on the ground. Everyone in the room was not only surprised by the force of violence I was able to apply but the that I had a plate carrier/ pistol the whole time along with the sheer number of “rip its” that we used to wash the taste of meat that only Borat would love. The look on the perpetrator’s face was priceless, his mouth dropped open and his eyes were wide. He thought he was the only one in the room with a weapon… He was wrong. He brought a gun. I brought a gun, armor, and the element of surprise.

Your RAD pack’s shock and awe ability saved lives and stomachs that day.

Also, let Soldier Systems now that I learned of this product on their site and special thanks to them for that!”

In the end we thanked the folks at Ares Armor for being the guys that built the product that made it possible for one of America’s finest to save a whole bunch of lives. Ultimately, one man at the right place at the right time, did the right thing. He is the hero and he saved lives. Fortunately, he is a reader of SSD and found out about the RAD pack on our site. He then purchased a RAD Pack from Ares Armor and then USED it as it was intended. There isn’t much in life that can be better than that. THIS is why we do it.

Thank you anonymous American for doing the right thing, and thank you Ares Armor for building great products!

www.aresarmor.com

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7 Responses to ““You Saved a Life!””

  1. Nick Pacific says:

    Soldier Systems, RAD pack, and practice, practice, practice.

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  3. John says:

    It looks like they’re not the first with something like this. A swedish company has something just like it here: http://www.snigeldesign.se/index.php?id=155&frompage=(86

    This prior art may screw up thier patent application.

  4. I see what you mean but... says:

    Johnny come lately, they first wrote about this in February.

  5. Lawrence says:

    That Snigel Design bag looks pretty cool too – maybe they should advertise on SSD as well then. 😉

    Anyways, whoever came first, or whichever product was used, its still an awesome story – and that guy was a hero for sure.

  6. Administrator says:

    Someone else has built a similar product as well. They choose to remain anonymous but their product is out there. But, THIS article is about the RAD pack.

  7. redc1c4 says:

    the author was undoubtedly punished under UCMJ for disobeying guidance and taking a weapon to the event….

    (i’m not cynical, just experienced %-)