Kosmo Mout Lifeline features a 30 foot cord with a screw link on one end which is attached to a loop to the Soldier’s tactical vest or load bearing suspenders behind the neck. The other cord end is clipped by a carabiner to a loop inside the pouch. The pouch has a belt loop that is sewn to the pouch at the top and attached with Velcro at the bottom to attach/detach quickly from the Soldier’s load bearing vest or suspenders or belt. Another carry option is to use the outside of the pouch’s “loop” Velcro for attachment to “hook” Velcro on a ballistic “flak jacket”. There is “hook” Velcro on the front of the pouch in case the vest is equipped with “loop” Velcro. The flap at the top uses Velcro to secure the closure. The carabiner with the Lifeline cord attached is clipped into the loop inside the pouch. The Lifeline is stuffed (not coiled) into the pouch. A sliding plastic cordlock ball on the cord keeps the Lifeline in the pouch when the screw link is attached to the Soldier’s load bearing equipment top and the flap is closed.