Wounds and ulcers, shotgun injuries and massive bleedings. This is the scary stuff we have just sent to one of the regional units of the Alpha SpecOps Center of the SSU. It includes two medical packages imitating real combat wounds, for the military men to train their first aid skills in practice. Hopefully, they will never need to apply their talents in real life situations.
One just has to attach the item onto the dummy’s body and add some artificial blood, and a terrifyingly realistic wound is ready to be operatively bandaged.
Also, we added a durable rope to the parcel: it can be used as a mountaineering wire.
This transfer has been paid at the expense of the Rapid Response project within which we collect the operative financial reserve to buy necessary equipment for our military. And it would be unjust to say we have to support our army men first, ahead of the SpecOps, as some think, because both need our assistance equally.
These are our military, too. They are also Ukrainians engaged in important activities as regards our defense. The guys have been involved in combat missions on either side of the contact line, putting their lives at risk and implementing the tasks they can never disclose as they have to keep their professional secrets. That’s why we feel honored to support them with all the stuff they need. Surprisingly enough, we still keep hearing the idea that they could manage on their own, with zero volunteer assistance. So, dear friends, we rely upon your understanding and urge you to participate in the project. Our task is to support everyone who defends our homeland, as much as we only can afford. We strongly believe that during the war it is the best investment in our common security.