Kerry 'Pocket Doc' Davis

Kerry has been taking care of people more than half of his adult life. He joined the USAF in 1991 and served until 2007 with jobs consisting of ER Medic, Flight Medic and Officer Training School Instructor. He was able to attend U.S. Army Airborne School at Ft. Benning, GA due to his job description while stationed as a flight medic at Pope Field in Ft. Bragg, NC. He worked as a civilian paramedic while he was completing his course of study as an RN and worked as a critical care and emergency room RN for over 10 years. He is an avid shooter and has instructed with Magpul Dynamics and is currently a part-time instructor with SIG Sauer Academy where he teaches fireams classes, as well as “Bullets and Bandages”.


Lynn 'Hot Sauce' Davis

Lynn was commissioned as a 2LT in the USAF after completing ROTC in 1994. She went on to a career in the Communications field and was assigned to NORAD and then to Maxwell AFB as a Flight Training Officer at Officer Training School. After leaving the USAF, she went to paramedic school and worked as a field paramedic for several years. Lynn manages the day-to-day operations of Dark Angel Medical and oversees QA/QI for our products and is absolutely instrumental in our continued success. She is extremely passionate about getting life-saving information about our products and training out to women’s interest groups.

Who We Supply

US Military
Federal Law Enforcement
Local LawEnforcement

At Dark Angel Medical, you have a kit for life....

If you use one of our kits to save a life, let us know!! Send us some sort of official documentation to the fact that you have utilized our kit in saving a life and we will gladly replace the components used, free of charge! We’ll even cover the shipping!
****We do not cover, nor are we responsible for, replacement of any of the components of the kit if they are damaged in either normal course of wear/use or from misuse, abuse or modification. Customer proof of purchase is required.****



What People Are Saying About Us

Don't Just Take Our Word For It

Police Officer, Stockton, CA PD

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my time as a beat cop, it’s that the training and equipment provided must be effective, no-nonsense, and without any frivolous junk. Our brains and duty belts are only capable of holding so much, so what is retained must be no more than what is needed to accomplish our mission. Kerry Davis and the instruction he provides through Dark Angel Medical, as well as his delivery of the D.A.R.K., fulfill both of those requirements in spades. 

SRT Medic - US Marshals Service

I carry a D.A.R,K, with me on every op. As a former Fleet Marine Corpsman and current SRT Medic, I wouldn’t trust my life to any other blow-out kit. If you’re going to buy an IFAK, this is the one to buy.

18D - U.S. Army SF

As for the D.A.R.K size/gear storage, that’s THE reason I want to show the guys this product. It is exactly what one would usually need in Care Under Fire, and when you move on and out to TFC, usually you can access further gear from the corpsman/medic or truck bag. The D.A.R.K is all right there, easy access. Like you say, Simplicity Under Stress. Our motor skills and mental capacities tend to take a **** when bullets start flying.