In this article we want to address one of the most common questions we receive: “How is IcePlate different from hydration bladders like Camelbak?”
How to Stay Cool Under Body Armor: the Science Behind Body Armor Cooling for Military and Law Enforcement
Heat casualties are a critical problem for body armor users. This is, of course, a big deal for Military, SOF and Law Enforcement. There's a new, way better, approach. The military has been trying to solve the problem of cooling soldiers efficiently for several decades. The insulating properties of protective body armor increase the risk of dehydration, heat stroke, and performance loss for those who wear it, as their bodies cannot offload the heat trapped by the armor. Typical cooling mechanisms require power or add significant weight to operator kit, making them ineffective and impractical. Thus the US military spends hundreds of millions of dollars in hydration bladders and bottled water to replenish and rehydrate operators in the field after they have...
The Honda Ridgeline is the pickup truck built for how we actually live our lives, not for how we think we live our lives. If you live in a densely populated urban area and live an active/outdoors lifestyle, this is the truck for you. This article is a full review of the truck EDC items I keep in my truck to be a responsible sheepdog living in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
The National Tactical Medicine Competition hosted by SOARescue is a world class event drawing competitors from a diverse range of backgrounds. For 2018 there were teams from throughout the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, and Australia (who won the competition their first year attending). They were faced with multiple complex stages and brutal heat and humidity.