It isn't possible to accurately gauge the blood supply that a medical company in Iraq can have on hand at any given time. The amount varies greatly based on the amount of donations and other factors, according to Army Logistician.
For example, combat operations during the Iraq War caused a critical need for blood donations, states Army Logistician. The need for blood products reached a very high level because of sporadic communications capability, the short shelf-life of many blood products and increased casualty rates for coalition forces and Iraqi civilians. Tracking of blood supply shipments was assisted by the Joint Blood Program Office, which handled creating a daily report indicating the quantities of blood products that were on hand, used and expired.