The Patriots, by James Wesley Rawles
One Second After, by William Forstchen
Lights Out, by David Crawford
The Pulse, by Scott B. Williams
Carried on your body and the minimum to fight with:
Depending on the threat level and environment, you may choose to add:
* amount is mission dependent ** tourniquet, hemostatic and/or compression bandage
* amount is mission dependent
** tourniquet, hemostatic and/or compression bandage
Your Bug-Out Bag can be thought of as minimalist camping gear. It is your sustainment load that will ensure that you will have enough water, food, shelter, medical supplies, communications, and means of self-defense to sustain you for at least 72 hours should you have to bug-out. Your kit should be small and light enough to be easily portable.
The items on this checklist are important to have in your household for emergencies lasting more than 72 hours. These items do not necessarily have to be portable. They are intended to supplement the Bug-Out Bag while you bunker in your own home. You probably have most of these items in your home already. Purchase any items that you don’t already have.
This is a list of items that should be kept first-aid kits. Keep a first-aid kits in your 72 hour box, in your home, in your vehicles (cars, boats, aircraft, etc.), and in your outdoor/hiking pack. Get the training to properly use these items.
The blowout kit is intended to immediately control serious bleeding or other life-threatening condition in combat situation.
This is a list of items that should be kept in each vehicle.
This is a list of items that each person must have anytime they venture into the wilderness. They will give you light, fire, a way to signal for help, hunt or fish for food, and navigate.
Go-to boxes are intended as “resupply” kits containing basic survival and fighting gear.
This is a list of items that will make your trip to the gun range much more enjoyable and productive.