US Army Loadout

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Have you wanted to know what a soldier might carry on them in a combat zone or even in training? In this video im talking about the typical Army loadout.

Christopher Chaos

  • Yousef Alghadouri
    Posted at 18:06h, 13 May

    Notification platoon already here

  • sabre wulf
    Posted at 18:11h, 13 May

    Gg green gang

  • Death Cube
    Posted at 18:16h, 13 May

    Notification platoon is here!

  • 私rvin Hernandez
    Posted at 18:28h, 13 May

    Damn I was driving.! platoon reporting in !!! ✔️✔️

  • Derek J.
    Posted at 18:29h, 13 May

    Maaan the IOTV looks so much better than the IBA system we were using in the early 2000's, still not a fan of ceramic plates but I get why we used them albeit they can be rendered ineffective if dropped or fallen on too hard and crack. What model of CCO are they using now? I remember the Aimpoint CCO's we had were fairly durable, i love the Trijicon ACOG though that is a great optic, and oh mama did i love that M203– I see a lot of units using the newer GL320 now though for a 40mm launcher. Good stuff bro.

  • Death Cube
    Posted at 18:32h, 13 May

    Imagine being an insurgent in Iraq and you think a soldier is pulling out an Android but instead he calls an airstrike lmao

  • Brody Hinsberg
    Posted at 18:57h, 13 May

    Ship out for 88m Guard in 2 weeks.

  • Steven Parada
    Posted at 19:01h, 13 May

    if you have a extremely bad eyesight ( without glasses ) but it is corrected with prescription glasses will that recruit be separated or continue on in basic training?

  • Nico Russo
    Posted at 19:07h, 13 May

    How do you only have 60k subs? That's just wrong

  • Federico Olivares
    Posted at 19:11h, 13 May

    I was looking for this yesterday! THANK YOU

  • Toya G
    Posted at 19:18h, 13 May

    Thanks man good stuff!

  • Mr fork
    Posted at 19:44h, 13 May

    Joining 11bravo

  • Federico Olivares
    Posted at 19:53h, 13 May

    I dont believe you on that ATAK thingy… they're playing RAID SHADOW LEGENDS


    They are playing COD Mobile

  • Matthew Edwards
    Posted at 20:26h, 13 May

    5:25 Improved not improvised haha.the improvised vests are what the bad guys wear

  • tim`s
    Posted at 20:38h, 13 May

    Funny Story: They say ACOG's are unbreakable, right?

    Back in my Marine days I had a buddy that brocke one… 🙂 . Don't get me started on how…

  • Jake Scheffler
    Posted at 21:02h, 13 May

    What's the 88M load out for call of duty Sgt ??

  • corvetteguy1980
    Posted at 21:05h, 13 May

    Could you do a video on the weapons systems soldiers carry?

  • Delores Emeagi
    Posted at 21:40h, 13 May

    Can you link the video that you referenced at 1:45?

  • Christopher Chaos
    Posted at 22:16h, 13 May

    Check out this video i did on gear that a solder get issued:

  • Federico Olivares
    Posted at 22:20h, 13 May

    Imagine being in the middle of an assault and getting a notificatiom that Christopher Chaos uploaded so you sit down and watch it

  • Jesse U
    Posted at 22:33h, 13 May

    Notification platoon

  • Andrew Wright
    Posted at 00:06h, 14 May

    That's a long way from my "H" harness, ass-pack, 2 canteens, 4 ammo pouches, my K-Bar, and .45 (later we were issued the M9). On my straps, nothing on my right (Firing) side, compass, 1st Aid pouch w/ signal mirror. RANGERS LEAD THE WAY 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🦅🦅🦅

  • Rizard-The freindly lizard
    Posted at 01:08h, 14 May

    I you like cc your cool!

  • small man
    Posted at 01:32h, 14 May

    Lets roll in my country we dont get all those gears just bulletproof vest a 9mm pistol and a automatic shot gun

  • Mike372644
    Posted at 02:05h, 14 May

    When you say "unit" for who approves something like knee pads vs no knee pads or a certain type of non-issue optic or whatever, what level makes those decisions? Company commander? Battalion?

  • Tim_Sales_ H
    Posted at 02:39h, 14 May

    Chris you should a video about the evolution of gear from when you first got in lol.

  • Andrew Small
    Posted at 03:16h, 14 May

    Ballistic eye protection will protect your eyes from IEDs, i knew a guy that stepped on one in Afghanistan amputating his leg below the knee and he was covered in cuts from shrapnel except for where his body armour covered and where his eye protection covered, you could even see the pieces stuck in the glasses.

  • Andrew Small
    Posted at 03:29h, 14 May

    13:30, look at this genius who has his laser/torch pointed backwards.

  • Andrew Small
    Posted at 03:55h, 14 May

    (For you information) Loadout of Australian infantry section.

    8 man section comprising of section commander (corporal), 2IC (lance corporal), 2 scouts/marksmen, 2 machine gunners and 2 grenadiers (40mm operators.)

    6 x EF 88 Austeyr fitted with 1 – 4x spectre sights and day and night laser emitters, 2 with 40mm attachments.
    2 x F89 minimi (or SAW to Americans) or possibly 7.62mm maximi's.
    2 x M72A6 66mm rocket launchers (one with scout and other with 2IC).
    2 x M18A1 claymores (one with scout and other as directed).
    2 x F1 grenades per person.
    7 x 30 round magazines for rifleman and 800 rounds for gunners.
    Every man carries a browning high power 9mm pistol with 3 magazines.
    Grenadiers carry 10 x HE 40mm and 2 x illumination rounds.
    Close quarters combat knife on every man.
    Personal radio for every man.
    Command radio for section commander.
    Peltor hearing protection for each man.
    Combat helmet for each man.
    TBAS plate carrier armour vest for each man, (rated to stop 30cal armour piercing, shrapnel and knives).
    Medical kits for each man.
    Rifle cleaning kit for each man.
    Camouflage face cream for each man.
    Gloves and elbow/knee pads optional.
    Ballistic eye wear for each man.
    Dual night vision monoculars for each man.
    2 x thermal scopes carried as designated.
    2 x night vision scopes carried as designated.
    and that's without any field pack of any kind, but that's too much to get into.

  • ᜉᜒᜇ᜔ᜎᜐ᜔ ᜈᜅ᜔ ᜐᜎᜅᜈ᜔
    Posted at 05:11h, 14 May

    I kinda lean towards the rambo load out style, no tshirt, with ammos wrap around the body carrying 50cal on 1 hand and pistol on the other hand kind of guy

  • Fullmetal Alcatraz
    Posted at 06:32h, 14 May

    Notif platoon 👍👍 even though I'm a little late

  • Thetall Kindguy
    Posted at 16:09h, 14 May

    Going to OSUT in 46 day

  • K&E Tv
    Posted at 03:00h, 15 May

    Good information Chaos. Keep up the good content!

  • Stephen Pham
    Posted at 18:39h, 15 May

    Chris do you know any info about the old Vietnam era military to be more exact army OG 107 uniforms and M1956 suspenders and M1 helmet just asking and my favorite weapon is the M16 assault rifle first fielded in Vietnam

  • Officer Mossberg
    Posted at 11:21h, 16 May

    Hey when are you going to do another QnA

  • patrick rooney
    Posted at 14:37h, 16 May

    Just curious… what’s the deal in the army with vision (glasses) and disqualification

  • Me. Crunchy
    Posted at 18:52h, 16 May

    The actual truth is half that stuff will be misplaced or broken by that 1 guy in the platoon

  • True Yemeni
    Posted at 19:48h, 16 May