New ARMOR Wet/Dry bags include the “Amphibian”
Another option is the Armor 98 “Sea Duffel” Rolling Mesh Duffel bag that includes a free Armor 88 Dry Bag. With this bag you can easily roll all of your gear to and from the boat or beach and use it to clean and dry your gear after a dive.
Many Armor bags are made to military specifications and are durable, made with a continuous loop webbing carry system for maximum strength. The Armor 3 Ballistic Backpack is a pro series backpack made of ballistic material that is padded and lined. It has 100% non-corrosive components. The similarly made Armor 16 Ballistic Duffel Bag is extra large for maximum capacity and very long equipment.
If you are looking for a great weapons bag, the Armor 138 Tactical Weapons Dry Bag has a half inch to three-fourths inches of protective padding and is made from double vinyl coated polyester.
“The Armor 78 CERT Backpack is one of our best selling products. A bit larger than most bags, this 22” bag has an easy access main compartment area and a nice arrangement of pockets for various categories of CERT supplies. Our customers seem to like size, design and durability. We like being able to provide products that make a difference and really help those who help others,” stated David Goldstein, President of CMC Government Supply.
Emergency teams also use the Amor 504 Foldable Stretcher & Splint Kit which is available on GSA Advantage. This stretcher incorporates a pocket on one end that holds 2 cardboard splints. In addition to a stretcher, that comes complete with splints, these splints provide support and protection to the neck/head end of the stretcher. Even with one splint being used there is still one to support the neck/head. Alternatively, the pocket can be used to store a light-weight blanket (which will also support and protect the neck and head of the patient). This stretcher is designed to carry or drag the patient away yet can be folded up and placed back in the 15x20" drawstring mesh storage bag.
To see the full line of Armor bags and gear, visit http://www.cmcgov.com/