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This list is just so you can get some ideas it does not mean you need to get every item but it does remind you of somethings you may have forgot to think about.



two man tent
portable water purifier
flashlight
knife
need to get a good hatchet, maybe a trenching tool
portable radio
matches
toilettries
basic first aid/meds/first aid book
birth control (never know when the love bug may bite)
food/MREs
change of clothes, extra socks
compass
sleeping bags
rain gear
light fishing gear
gun cleaning kit
Boy Scout handbook/survival manual
rope
duct tape
a stone for your knife
tons of extra batteries
pack saw
binoculars
potassium iodate (anti-radiation pills)
gas masks/full bio suits
police/emergancy/weather type scanner
vhf two way radio (marine type) or at least a cb radio
emergancy strobe (marine type) or flares
12 hour light sticks
kaopectate, imodium, or other disentary medicine for the kit.
high spf sun block
garbages bags for trash, toilet (got a bucket?)
potassium iodate
hatchet
machete
portable stove
high energy food bars
550 para cord/rope (a million uses)
-boonie hats (to protect from the sun; easy to pack)
-large handerchiefs (a million uses)
-SERE cards (you can almost ditch the BSA manual for this)
-polypro underwear (will help keep you comfortable and alive as the temperaturce shifts.
-gloves (sturdy operator gloves will protect your hands from everyday scuffs and nicks; you'd be surprised how bad your hands get dinged in a survival situation)
-emergency space blanket (lightweight and waterproof; will keep you warm and can be used to carry the injured)
-belt canteens or water bladder (your need to carry water is probably greater than you think)
-cigarettes (these aren't for smoking; these are for barter. A pack or two in a hard box is light enough and will be more valuable than what you paid for them in a survival situation)
gas mask
super glue
Bic lighter
Poncho
Tin foil
GPS
Batteries
P38 can opener
Spare glasses
Disposable razor
Salt
Anti-biotics
Good boots
Pack
Web gear
Sleeping bags
Maps of the local area (street and topo)
Seasonal clothing
Gun/ammo
Pen/paper
Comfort items for children
Hard candy
Cash
Personal medications
Specific personal needs items
Sewing kit
Surgical kit
Spare clothing
Socks
Hand Sanitizer and/or anti-bacterial soap (works well if put in women's knee high stockings, keeps it from getting too goopy)
duct/eletrical tape
leatherman tool
vitamins
water purification tablets



First Aid Kit:

Alcohol prep pads
Syringes
Inhaler
Children?s Ibuprofen
Children?s Claritin
Benadryll Capsules (anti-histamine)
Claritin
Surgical kit
Sutures
Ibuprofen
Migraine pills
Children?s/personal medication
Cough drops
Cough suppressant/decongestant
Band Aids
Tape
Cold compress
Ace bandage
Bandages of various types
Hand sanitizer
Material for a sling
First aid book
Anti acids
Topical anti biotic
Oral anti biotic
Tinactin (anti fungal)
Cortisone cream (anti itch)
Scissors
Burn cream/gel/bandages
Gloves
Tweezers
bee sting kit
Ammonia inhalant
Tourniquet
Thermometer
Pen light
Potassium iodate/thyroblock
Super glue
Eye wash solution
Vaseline
Lotion
Spare glasses/eye glass repair kit
Eye patch
CPR breathing barrier
Diarrhea medication
Nose spray
Skin disinfectant
Ear drops
Splint material
Q-tips
Gauze
Trauma shears
Needles
Moleskin
Anti-constipation medicine
Anti-yeast medication
Safety pins
Aspirin
 

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BiggerStick47 said:
Great post Dr. Zero! So are the others you have posted in this forum. I think you will be a great asset here.
Happy to help!

As my wife would say Im full of useless information LOL!
 
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