Phokus Research Group, a tactical capabilities inventor for the warfighter, first developed the Active Shooter Trauma Kit when they were approached by customers who needed a kit they could easily access that was also customizable and flexible.
Mil-Spec Monkey stopped by the ADS booth at Shot Show 2017 to interview Phokus Research Group’s Rob Hanna on the contents of an Active Shooter Trauma Kit. The wall-mounted kit includes a small, medium, or large bleeding control kit with removable, velcro heavyweight vinyl bags, as well as a Cardiac Science Powerheart® G5 AED Automatic.
Monkey, formerly known as DJ Monkeyboy, is a trusted industry source for all things tactical. Monkey wears many hats since graduating from college, including DoD contractor for the U.S. Army, morale patch designer, kit designer, writer, videographer, and more. “Although I'm not downrange in the suck, when I review items I make sure to use them how a service person would in order to determine if the product does what it is designed to do while being strong enough to survive hard use,” he explains. Learn more about Monkey.
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