One of the many things that can keep you alive while on the job or in the field is fast, easy access to important items. In many cases, organization is the key to survival.
When things are happening fast, the last thing you want to be doing is scrambling around looking for things. The Maya Tactical Admin Pouch features five (5) separate, easy-open compartments to give you the separation and organization you need for smaller, highly valuable items that you want and need immediate access to.
When seconds count, you don't have time to waste. The Maya Tactical Admin Pouch was built with your missions in mind to help you get home safe. The perfect addition to any plate carrier or tactical bag.
- Premium Heavy Duty Bar Tack Construction
- 5 Separate Compartments
- Fold Over Top
- Clear Front Fold Down Pocket
- Molle / PALS on back
- Loop Fastener for Patches
- Elastic Bands on Interior to Secure Items
- Dimensions: 6.5 x 6 in
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME
The Maya Tactical Admin Pouch was named after K9 Maya of the West Jordan (UT) Police Department. K9 Maya was shot and killed at 11400 S. Redwood Road, in South Jordan, at about 7:00 pm while attempting an apprehension of an armed man who had been the subject of an eight-hour-long manhunt.
At 11:00 am, the West Jordan Police Department received a report that a man had assaulted a woman and was holding her at gunpoint. The woman was able to escape, and while the man chased her, officers were able to intervene and rescue her. The man then entered a vehicle and led officers on a vehicle pursuit. Due to safety considerations, the officers terminated the pursuit. They located him a short time later, and another pursuit ensued but was also terminated for safety reasons.
Officers contacted the suspect by phone. The man pretended to surrender but then fled again, starting another pursuit. Spike strips were successfully deployed causing the vehicle to come to a stop. The man then exited the car and fired at officers. K9 Maya was struck and transported to a surgical center where she succumbed to her injuries.
Officers returned fire and killed the subject.
K9 Maya had served with the West Jordan Police Department for six years.