I know everyone thinks that if they build their own emergency preparedness kits it will cost them an arm and leg! But that is not true at all. Did you know I have talked about in past articles about using the Dollar store? The dollar
When your are being deployed like I was, we where issued all kinds of cool items that we would need in certain areas of operation. One of the most common piece of equipment we would get was the backpack. This time around we received the Spec-ops (coyote brown). This backpack was well made, sturdy and had a main pocket that was big enough for a three day adventure! or your 72 hour kit or a cool assault pack. It’s unique three pocket design allows for quick access to all of your gear. The interior of the pack is lined with high visibility yellow nylon and can be used for signaling in a emergency. I the back of the backpack has a cool pocket for a water bladder. You have two extra pockets in the front with two compression straps to help with containing the items inside.
Setting at the light in my car getting ready to make a right hand turn, when all of the sudden a car in front of me makes a fast left hand turn hitting a car going straight in the intersection. I look behind me and back up just a little and turn on my flashers and look at the wife Continue reading “Emergency blanket in your kit?”