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Creator of Recon Moutaineer's Tactical Combat Casualty Care Bag Praises Combat Lifesavers
Date:7/14/2008

Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Offers Premier Combat Lifesaver

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OCEANSIDE, Calif., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In the summer of 2005, the U.S. Army approached Recon Mountaineer(R) LLC (RMLLC) to design a medical bag to accommodate the requirements for the Combat Lifesaver program, and at gaining their approval, the TC3(R) or Tactical Combat Casualty Care Bag, NSN: 6545-01-537-0686, was developed.

http://www.reconmountaineer.com/PDF_flyers/ReconMountaineerTC3-V1.pdf

"Words could never be enough and the real thank you goes out to you, the service men and women that have taken up the challenge to be the 'Angels of the Golden Hour.' We appreciate your sacrifice and steadfastness in saving lives. Thank you for trusting us to design this equipment for you. RMLLC looks forward to the future and continuing to design medical equipment for our warriors," stated RMLLC founder D.A. "Mack" Mlynek.

The TC3(R) was designated by USAMMA, short for the United States Army Medical Materials Agency, to be a component within their fielded Combat Lifesaver medical suite. RMLLC would also like to thank USAMMA for the trust and confidence shown to RMLLC to design and manufacture this equipment. The TC3(R) has been manufactured and in service with the U.S. Army since the end of 2005 and has been receiving outstanding reviews.

"Word of caution to all end-users, if it (The TC3(R)) does not have Recon Mountaineer(R) LLC and the company phone number, (760) 207-0056, on the back of this equipment, RMLLC did not make it or authorize it. Send it back and ask for the original TC3(R) made by the designer. The quality of the equipment designed and manufactured by RMLLC speaks for itself -- not to mention the fantastic pricing," said Mlynek.

About RMLLC

Recon Mountaineer(R) LLC was established in October of 2002 by a Service Disabled Veteran by the name of D.A. "Mack" Mlynek, originally from Wyoming and Colorado. Mack served in the Marine Corps for about 24 years as a Recon Marine. After retirement and despite being labeled a Service Disabled Veteran, he started a new business to design equipment for the warrior in harm's way. The idea was to create new equipment designs that would greatly diminish the possibilities of acquiring disabilities later in life, but to also greatly enhance the user's efficiency now.

Recon Mountaineer(R) LLC now asks for your comments. Contact Mack Mlynek at 760-207-0056 or Mack@reconmountaineer.com.

Website: http://www.reconmountaineer.com

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