Medical Operator Pack (TMK-MO)
Product No. #01325
Specifically designed with input from the Special Operations community to meet the demand for a low-profile medical backpack.
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Chinook Tactical Medical Pack – Medical Operator (TMKTM-MO)
The TMKTM-MO was specifically designed with input from the Special Operations community to meet the demand for a low-profile medical backpack. It utilizes the same modular platform as our larger and highly popular medic pack, the TMKTM-ME. With its small profile, extensive PALS webbing, and the inclusion of an instrument panel, the TMKTM-MO is ideal for medical operators when space, weight, and functionality are of the utmost importance.
Key features of the TMK-MO include the following:
- 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon
- Top carry handle
- Outer zippered pocket for easy access
- 4 compression straps and/or zipper backups
- Multiple rows of PALS webbing on the front, sides, and bottom of pack
- Adjustable and tuckable shoulder, sternum and waist straps
- 4 reinforced attachment loops to secure pack to stationary objects
- Main compartment equipped with 5 interchangeable / removable supply pouches (3 large, 2 small)
- Pouches neatly secured with Velcro loop extending the length and width of the top internal flap
- 8 elastic retainer bands positioned around top internal flap for loose supplies
- 9 removable labels - Bandage 1, Bandage 2, IV, Airway, Chest and four blank labels for user customization
- 3 permanent pocket configurations on bottom internal flap
- Removable instrument panel with red pull tab
Also available as a full kit
x 12” x 4”
Available Colors: Black, Coyote Brown, Multi-Cam, and OD.
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Dynamic, Needs-Based bag with Great Versatility 03/29/2013
Reviewer: MI Poling from 2
While maintaining a low overall profile, TMK-MO Bag uses space extremely efficiently, from elastic retention bands that line its inner parameter, avoiding loss of space when arranging pouches vertically, to the double-stacked zippered pockets in the lid flap. Even when packed full, this bag keeps a center of balance that avoids back strain, permits unimpeded ambulation and manoeuvring, and facilitates easy removal, even for a very small operator with a short torso. One can even comfortably sit on an office chair and work on the computer with this bag. The chest strap is probably the most useful addition to the shoulder straps, but the waist strap ensures stability for longer wear periods. With all of the rather large med bags and the under-sized options at the other end of the spectrum, this bag lets one carry what is needed, yet, it is small enough that one has to think about what is being carried and justify it, not just throw in 8 Kerlix because one can. That prompts greater clinical and tactical ops consideration, which is a good thing. The bag also has a wide variety of access options, including vertical hanging like some of the larger medic organisers, and the labels afford a universal user-friendly approach that requires almost no explanation to other operators who may need to access the bag. The modularity of this bag is probably the best of any of the hook-and-loupe type bags, and since this bag, like the TMK-ME, comes with additional pouches, one can pack each pouch for different situations. Typically, I pack the bag to have the most frequently used equipment and supplies in the top half, and I close the bottom two compression straps to ensure the bag does not fully open when just accessing the top half. This allows me to quickly access needed items with minimal effort or space used. Applications for this bag are only hindered by imagination, from spec ops to sick call, to medical research. This is the fifth med bag I've used, and it is by far the best.
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