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Yesterday at 01:49 AM Local Medivac survival kit by CJK

It dawned on me one day that the MEDIVAC chopper in the bay of the building I'm stationed at may allow me to get some hands on with some 'survival stuff'.

The aircrew (all known to me) surprised me by saying that the FAA doesn't require them to have a 'PSK'. Their flights are occasionally over water and they comply with all the FAA requirements.... But the PSK.....Here's their list....

Signal mirror
Food (emergency ration)
Fishing kit
2 AAA batteries
Yellow strap and hook
Multi purpose pocket tool
Rescue blanket
2 Drinking water
Plastic canteen
Bug repellent wipes
Signal flare

2- 2x2 sterile gauze
Butterfly wound closures
1/2 in tape
Antibiotic ointment
Antibiotic wipes
Trauma pad.

This is just the kit on the bird. It doesn't include personal EDC stuff.

I am looking forward to seeing it. They just cracked it open (every 3 months) to check. I'll get to see it at next inspection if I'm lucky. Can't wait to see the quality.

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02/02/16 04:04 AM I need tour ideas of the perfect flashlight! by sybert777

Short and sweet, describe all of the features your ideal flashlight would have. I understand this topic was discussed a while back and do not wish to revive an old thread, as I have taken notes from it and using what I can. With technology becoming more and more advanced, I will see what is possible.

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02/01/16 01:01 AM Seashore Foraging by dweste

Decided to add seashore foraging for food/materials to my skill set. Been reading. Anyone know of a good Northern California course to accelerate the learning/experience process?


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01/30/16 05:59 PM Taking an ice floe for a river ride by dougwalkabout

This sort of stunt must make rescuers shake their heads. What could possibly go wrong? Maybe they were looking for 15 seconds of youtube fame. I guess we were all young and immortal once. crazy


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01/30/16 04:07 PM Boring realism saved a few lives by bsmith

did not want to hijack an existing thread.

the leader of any hiking group has to be boringly aware of many possibilities.

this fellow was: aware

a 2:27 video. give it to 50 secs.

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