Official Hydration Supplier of the DoD
Hoist is one of three approved electrolyte hydration beverages of the U.S. Department of Defense. We are proud to support our Soldiers and aid them in maintaining health and hydration.
The average person needs between 8-300mg of electrolytes per hour for endurance activities. That number increases depending upon weather conditions, sweat rates or cramping issues. Hoist uses an electrolyte blend comprised of sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium to provide superior rehydration when it is needed most.
Hoist currently meets all services compliance:
- AR 40-25 – JCCoE Approved for IMT
- AFI 44-141
- OPNAVINST 10110.1
- MCO 10110.49
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Hoist is honored to be the approved hydration solution for our US Military. That is why we partner with multiple non-profit foundations to provide support for enrolled and retired Soldiers.
Since 2007, the Folds of Honor has carried forth a singular, noble mission. To provide educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members. Their motto says it best. Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.
Led by veteran Bobby Henline, Forging Forward focuses on support for Veterans, First Responders and their families. Forging Forward's ultimate goal is the elimination of suicide among our Veterans and First Responders.
Operation One Voice is a program designed by police officers, firefighters and community leaders to raise funds to help support the immediate needs of children and families of wounded and fallen Special Operations Forces.
Nine Line Foundation is a charitable organization, dedicated to meeting the financial and specialized needs of severely injured soldiers and their families. In combat, a Nine Line is an emergency medevac request, and is often the difference between life and death for the most severely wounded soldiers. Nine Line Foundation aims to serve in a similar manner, offering a lifeline once wounded Veterans return stateside.