Kenya Army Alice Backpack
420D Polyester DPM Woodland Camouflage Military Backpack Kenya Army ALICE Backpack
DPM Material, a camouflage pattern used by the British Armed Forces and others German Tank Museum, (German: Deutsches Panzermuseum Munster) DPMS(disambiguation). Kenya used to be a colony of U.K, and DPM camouflage is also very popular in their Armed Forces.
The Kenya Army is made up of various formations and services.
Kenya Army Formations:
· Kenya Army Infantry
· Kenya Army Paratroopers
· Kenya Army Armour
· Kenya Army Artillery
· Kenya Army Engineers
· 50 Air Cavalry Battalion (50 ACB)
Kenya Army services:
· Kenya Army Ordnance Corps (KAOC)
· Kenya Army Corps of Transport
· Kenya Army Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (KAEME)
· Kenya Army Corps of Signal (KACS)
· Military police Corps
· Kenya Army Education Corps
· Medical Battalion
· Defence Forces Constabulary (DFC)
DPM Woodland Camouflage High Quality Material Military Backpack
All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE Backpack) with shoulder Straps to help relieve pressure, mean while the kidney Pad strap on the frame also helps heave loading.
420D High Density Polyester with 1800mm Water Resistance.
Double Layers Waterproof Head Cover with Double Stitches, which can be used as an Utility Pouch.Mixed Aluminum and Iron Frame makes it lightweight but stronger.
All thick Galvanized Metal Buckles for Reinforcement.
Expandable underside with 2.5mm Webbing belt for adding more stuffs.
Utility Waterproof Liner can be used as a water bucket during field situation.
Kenya Army Medium Alice Backpack :
Main Compartment :21"x14"x6.5"/53*35.5*16.75cm (HxWxD).
Over 2,000 cu. in.,Capacity:40 lbs load,Weight: 5lbs.
Material: 420D High Density Polyester with 1800mm Water Resistance.
The small pocket in the main compartment can be used to carry the AN/PRC-25 or AN/PRC-77 radio.
The ALICE system retains the concept of separate fighting and existence loads that was refined in the mid-1950s during the development of the LCE. The most important point in the fighting and existence loads concept is that an infantry rifleman should carry only the items necessary to complete the immediate mission at hand. The load an infantry rifleman carries should not include any other item that can be carried another way. Because the type of mission, terrain, and environmental conditions will influence the clothing and individual equipment requirements, the unit commander may prescribe to the infantry rifleman the essential items. The prime purpose of the fighting and existence loads concept is to lighten an infantry rifleman's load.