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Old 10-20-2008, 05:37 AM   #21
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96R1P here. You?
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Bug-out Bag or " Go bag " Contents List :
Sealed water packs
Large collapsable water container
Nalgene bottle of water
Water purification chemicals and filtration device
MREs
Freeze Dried Food packs
Nutrition Bars, candy bars
2 Contractor Grade Trash Bags
Fleece Jacket or Shirt, sun hat, Long underwear
Emergency rain poncho
Space Blanket
Leatherman Tool or Victorinox Swiss Army Knife
Tanto, Bowie or other Defensive knife
Gun
Tiny FM Radio from Dollar Store and batteries
Photon Micro Light Flashlight
First Aid Kit
Batteries ( spare )
Cell Phone Charger or Crank Radio with Cell Phone charger
FRS Radios and batteries
Weather Radio and batteries
Coins and cash
Special Medicines, copies of eyeglass prescription and others
Phone list
Inventory list of contents
Parachute cord or dental floss, wire ties, sewing kit, bungee cord
Chemical hand warmers
Aluminum foil for cooking and bowl making
Titanium camping cook pot or canteen cup
Tea bags / Boulion cubes
Matches in Zip-lock bag, tinder, Trioxane tab, Sterno, Piece of Rubber Inner Tube
Pencil and paper in small Zip-Loc bag .
Hand sanitizer
Disposable sun glasses from eye exam
map
spare underwear and socks if you have room


In separate bag you can abandon or cashe if necessary :
Sleeping bag and mattress pad
Toiletries
Sturdy Boots
Winter coat
Head Light and Batteries


Two people could share the load and supplies. Visit www.Nitropak.com and other survival suppliers for more info .
Add a BIC lighter, Electricians tape, and gloves
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I keep pain killers, antibiotics, and wound care medications. These get changed out approximately every 18 months.
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I keep pain killers, antibiotics, and wound care medications. These get changed out approximately every 18 months.
These are much more important than half of the crap listed in these lists.
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96R1P here. You?
96R, that's GSR right? 98G Russian, then Persian Farsi.
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96R, that's GSR right? 98G Russian, then Persian Farsi.
Yup, I split my time between a PPS-15 team and a REMBASS team.
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These are much more important than half of the crap listed in these lists.
I thought so. Afterall, these are hard to come by items and will most likely be needed. Morphene would be great! I'm working on this one...
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Yup, I split my time between a PPS-15 team and a REMBASS team.
The only time I really ran into any GSR guys was when I did a two week stint as a simulated UAV operator. They didn't have any UAV ops at the time, so they just grabbed whoever they could find with a TS to fill the spot. I spent most of the time on a TLQ-17 team and a little time on an LLVI team.
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I left out some items that one might want to include on a BOB . Use your best judgement and avoid weighing yourself down with one heavy item if you could carry a lot of tiny, light items in its place . Decide whether you expect to evacuate to the wilderness or to a Red Cross shelter ; that influences what you anticipate needing . You won't snare rabbits at an urban shelter but you might want a CPR kit !
Herewith, the additional items :
Lighter ( as mentioned above )
Electrical Tape ( as mentioned above )
Latex Gloves
Winter gloves, thin acrylic ladies' gloves or compact silk liner gloves
Thin silk Balaclava or a polypro one
Orange Trail Marking Surveyors Tape in Zip-Loc bag ( It bleeds color ! )
Orange light mesh reflective safety vest or hunting vest
whistle/compass/magnifier combo
Tiny red signel flasher with clip
Mosquito headnet
Snake Bite kit from Sawyer ( good on mosquito bites )
Swash or Wet Ones wipes for bathing
Fishing kit
snare
wire
scrubber sponge
Waterproof/windproof matches or Lifeboat matches
Magnesium fire starter or flint/steel ( your lighter's striker wheel can serve in a pinch ! )
Petroleum jelly in a medicine vial for fire starting with cotton balls
Piece of hacksaw blade
Wire-type saw with eye handles or Ultimate Survival's chain saw
camp soap
condoms (for use as emergency canteens-what did you think ? LOL )
baking soda ( for deodorant, cleaning, tooth brushing etc. )
GPS
Bandana
Microfiber camp towel
Bank check and account info
Bianchi's Military issue plastic pistol cleaning rod
Gun oil ( in pinch, use car oil off a dipstick )
Mini Mag-lite ( heavy but reliable )
Wire ties
Survival cards or book
Zip-loc Big Bag to seal it all up in
Large Alice Pack, Military duffle bag or other pack with shoulder straps to carry it all

See you fellows on the trail ! er-I mean- in the shelter-whatever !

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What good are radios? Anything that would break your small party up would probably preclude the use of radios. Anything available on the civilian market is easily intercepted and jammed by military SIGINT goodies. Any other situation, like hunting, could be easily handled by whistling back and forth.

Zip ties on the other hand are the duct tape of the 21st century.
I have several 2 meter hand held radios and a 2 meter mobile in my truck. They have all been modified somewhat. They would be an asset to collect intel from the public service agencys (cops, fire dept. etc.) that will be out and about during a SHTF situation.
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