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RTS Tactical Rapid Deploy IFAK By Mendel Berns

When treating an injury in the field, time is critical. Every second counts. You need to be ready when called upon to save the life of a team member or perhaps your own.

RTS Tactical took this as an opportunity to use our skills in product development and combine them with our catalog of premium materials and nylons like our, bonded Cordura, High Performing Zippers, and MIL-SPEC Bungee Cords

In these critical moments, you require nothing but the best medical equipment, you need to be fast you NEED TO BE fearless.

We reached out to Medical Warfitiers within the US and Israeli Military to work hands-on ensuring that the RTS Rapid Deploy IFAK is the most robust option for their needs in the field.

After months of prototypes, the RTS Tactical design and development team reach a final product that we were proud to put the RTS Tactical Logo on.

The Final Product called ‘’The RTS Rapid Deploy IFAK’’

This is a solution that is Molle Compatible with our Laser-Cut MOLLE And Bungee Attachment Points that will allow you to Incorporate Extra Combat Gear Into Your Kit while attached to your Plate Carrier and enable it to be an add-on to all tactical load-out, whether you are Law Enforcement, Military, Police, or any other First Responder.

The One Pull ‘’Rapid Deploy’’ function to have all your medical equipment in one place is what makes this product shine, being able to get on a knee and with one motion pull down and have everything laid out for you to address a wound on yourself or a fellow operator is extremely important while being in the field.

A really important aspect for us when sourcing the medical equipment was making sure that all components that come inside the Kit are Authentic trusted American Branded Products, our first responders need to be equipt with nothing but the most elite Medical Components.

The RTS Tactical IFAK was well thought out to make sure it includes all the equipment you would need to treat a wound which includes the following.

Tourniquet Selection:

  • SWAT-T Tourniquet
  • SOF Tactical Tourniquet
  • ISRAELI Trauma Bandage
  • 3” x 24” QuikClot Hemostatic Gauze “Stops The Bleed 5 Times Faster” ● Vacuum-Sealed 12’Z-PAK Gauze
  • 2 Vented Hyfin Mini Chest Seal
  • 3M Medical Tape
  • Triage Marker
  • Glow Stick
  • CPR Mask w/ 1-Way Valve
  • Hypoallergenic Nitrile Gloves
  • RTS Tactical Trauma Shears
  • Nasal Airway + Lubricant

This product is the first step for RTS Tactical moving into the First Responder/ Tactical Meidal equipment space and we are pleased with the turnout and feedback we’ve been receiving. g.

The demand for this kit has been impressive with Military, Police, Fire, and Swat Teams outfitting all their officers with the RTS Tactical IFAK.

The RTS Tactical Design and Development team has begone developing other Medial Equipment to add to the RTS Tactical Line-up and were looking forward to releasing those to the public as soon as early 2023.

Editor’s Note: Mendel Berns grew up in Brooklyn New York, with a passion for the defense industry, and equipment. From a young age, he had a passion and wanted to enlist in the Military, when turning 18 being from a Jewish community he enlisted in the Israeli Military as a Combat Soldier in the Givati Brigade and served on both the Lebanon and Gaza borders defending Israel. 

After finishing his service in the military he moved back to the states and joined the RTS Tactical Team as the CMO with a major impact on the design and development of future defense products using the knowledge he obtained in the Military.
Mendel currency resides in Miami Florida where he holds the position of CMO of RTS Tactical, one of the leaders in Body Armor Manufacturing. 
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