North American Rescue Maritime Assault Kit (CCRK)

Item Code: MA
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  • Ghillie-Tex IR signature reduction hardware
  • Removable Belt and Leg Straps
  • Sand and water resistant
  • Leg Strap with Quick-Grip
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    The North American Rescue Maritime Assault Kit is one of the most compact IFAK design that features all the tools to address top traumas like (60% extremity bleeding, 33% tension pneumothorax, 6% airway obstruction). The belt and leg attachment straps can be removed and reattached as needed to allow maximum flexibility during load carriage configuration.

    Modular system can be attached to the operator in three ways:

        • Using the split-tale connector with height adjustment and Quick-Grip leg strap
        • Pals, Molle style webbing for attachment to the vest, body armor
        • Fasten to the web, gun belt using the quick weave method


        • Ghillie-Tex IR signature reduction hardware
        • Sand and water resistant, self-repairing zipper with silent 550 cord pulls
        • Molle-style Attachment System Compatible
        • Removable Belt and Leg Straps
        • Leg Strap with Quick-Grip
        • 500D Cordura Solution-Dyed Nylon with Near Infrared Signature Reduction


        • Case Closed Dimension (HxWxD): 7.4" x 6.9" x 5"
        • Weight: 13 oz.

    Kit Contents:

        • 1 x Bag (CCRK-Maritime)
        • 1 x C-A-T (Combat Application Tourniquet)
        • 1 x ETD 6" Emergency Trauma Dressing
        • 1 x Z-Fold Vacuum Packed QuikClot Combat Gauze
        • 1 x S-Rolled Gauze (4.5" x 4.1yd)
        • 1 x Nasopharyngeal Airway 28F with Lubricant
        • 2 x HyFin Occlusive Chest Seals
        • 1 x ARS Needle Decompression Kit (14g x 3.25")
        • 1 x Polycarbonate Eye Shield
        • 2 x pair Black Talon Nitrile Trauma Gloves
        • 1 x Combat Casualty Reference Card
        • 1 x Triage Card (NAR T2 Tag)
    WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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