Two large cargo pockets on the front side of a backpack and two small side pockets help keep all the most necessary stuff on hand.
On each side the backpack is also equipped with the belt system of the additional load (tent, weapons, ammunition, etc.) fastening.
The upper closing flap has a rather roomy zippered pocket. The upper flap is fully detachable, it is attached to the main bag with fastex clips.
From the back, the backpack includes: classic grid IBC (Individual Back Comfort) system: S- shaped shoulder straps easily and quickly rebuilding in length;adjusting straps distributing the load between the two shoulder straps; a chest strap securing the shoulder straps on the body adjustable in height and length; a soft concave back support with protruding waist part; a wide waist belt with stabilizer; a fast unfastened buckle.
The Army raid backpack of the oval shape, volume adjustable from 50 to 55 liters (13-14 US gal). Consists of the main bag with straps sewn on the front part, two side pockets strapped with elastic bands at the top and two front patch pockets with three-lipped fasteners.
The backpack has a top entry, closed with a flap, and the tube of thin dense nylon fabric.
The neck of the main bag is strapped using a cord with a lock and a strap that allows to pull the bag to the upper part of the back. The top tube is also provided with a tightening cord with plastic self-locking detent.
The top flap of the backpack is completely detachable and can be raised up or lowered. In it, there is a pocket for the rain hood.
On the sides of the backpack there are constricting straps which allow to place long objects between the outer part of the main bag and the small detent pockets.