Safe-Xtract has developed a Vehicle Recovery System that includes specifically engineered Vehicle Recovery Kits, a Vehicle Recovery Application, and Vehicle Recovery Training.
Safe-Xtract Vehicle Recovery Kits are made in the USA, compliant with Berry Amendment and Buy American Act Federal Law. The entire system has been tested and validated by the Nevada Automotive Test Center for United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). The Safe-Xtract Vehicle Recovery Application is Nett Warrior (NW), formerly known as Ground Soldier System – the program of record designed to provide soldiers and leaders unparalleled information and decision-making tools to provide situational awareness and information sharing capacity. Approved for NW End-User devices and NW Operating Systems. Safe-Xtract is used by units within USSOCOM and is currently fielded with one of the ground mobility program of record vehicle platforms. The Safe-Xtract Recovery System was selected by the US Army’s 1st Special Forces Regiment to be the training standard within the US Army Special Forces Groups and is currently being fielded and trained at the team level. The Safe-Xtract Recovery System has also been selected for use by the West Virginia Army National Guard Ground Mobility Testing Center (WVANG GMTC) for Special Operations Ground Mobility Training and fielding with their specialized training fleet for use in it’s education and training delivery to military Special Operations and Conventional Forces, and other US Government Agencies.
Safe-Xtract Vehicle Recovery Kits enable Single Line Pull (SLP), Double Line Pull (DLP) for a 2:1 advantage, Re-Direct (RD), Traction “Xtraction” (TX), Momentum “Xtraction” (MX), and Spanish Burton (SB) for a 4:1 advantage. Safe-Xtract also developed their Safety Lanyards (SL) for increased recovery safety and versatility as well as their patent pending X-Lock (XL), used to shorten winch lines, belay, connect lines, and distribute loads in bridle configurations. No other company offers all this in an integrated recovery system.
Safe-Xtract was sponsored by the US Army Special Operations Command (USARSOC) and the their Mounted Requirements Division for participation and evaluation in the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) 2018. USARSOC evaluator comments on the Safe-Xtract System include:
- “Not sure how you can make this any better.”
- “This needs to make it out into the force. We will benefit tremendously.”
- “I would teach and train everyone in the Army on self-recovery (with Safe-Xtract equipment); make it a school.”
- “Put Safe-Xtract into an Army recovery school. For example, combat driver school, etc.”