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    Tacmed Solutions TQ and hemo dressing

    Tactical Medical Solutions (TMS) has released their newest generation SOFT, and has an Oales bandage with hemcon 'built in'. Both TCCC approved items. FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckman View Post
    Tactical Medical Solutions (TMS) has released their newest generation SOFT, and has an Oales bandage with hemcon 'built in'. Both TCCC approved items. FYI.
    Cases of each in hand and in use. New SOF tq is the best yet, several changes make it even easier to use especially in complicated self-application. Trainees on previous versions have noted that the CAT was varying degrees of easier to apply than the SOFTT-W in certain single-handed applications, but with the new SOF version I haven't heard that at all. The new hem-OLAES is welcome, long time discussed and now here. My latest batch of OLAES trainers weren't vacuum packed, but cheaper. All good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    Cases of each in hand and in use. New SOF tq is the best yet, several changes make it even easier to use especially in complicated self-application. Trainees on previous versions have noted that the CAT was varying degrees of easier to apply than the SOFTT-W in certain single-handed applications, but with the new SOF version I haven't heard that at all. The new hem-OLAES is welcome, long time discussed and now here. My latest batch of OLAES trainers weren't vacuum packed, but cheaper. All good stuff.
    Disclaimer, I am an associate training partner with TMS (I do not sell their products). When I teach tacmed/TCCC, I use a lot of their stuff. To be fair, I also use a lot of NARP, and a little Chinook, both of which puts out great, quality items (half of my personal med gear is NARP), but I really like TMS, and the kits on my belt and vest are TMS.

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