Step 2: Protectective Gear & Sheltering Group
1. Military surplus casualty blanket. This is a light weight, heavy duty, reusable mylar backed blanket with grommets along the edges. It can be used as a blanket or a shelter.
2. A light weight bivy shelter tent. It comes packaged with the tent, poles, stakes, and guy cords.
3. (2) stocking caps.
4. A zip seal bag with a variety of chemical body and hand warmers.
5. (2) mylar space blankets.
6. (1) pair of leather work gloves.
7. (2) pair of brown cotton jersey work gloves. These should probably be exchanged for wool gloves or mittens, but these are what I had on hand when I put the kit together.
8. 50' of 550 para cord.
9. A zip closure bag containing a box of strike anywhere matches.
10. A zip seal bag containing (2) tea candles, (1) 9 hour emergency candle, and a small roll (about 6') of duct tape. The candles can be used for light and to melt snow for drinking water. The duct tape case fix or repair just about anything.
11. A large bandana handkerchief. This can be used as a handkerchief, head scarf, bandage, sling, signaling device, and many other uses.
12. A military surplus triangular bandage or cravat. Larger that the bandana, the cravat has many possible uses.
13. (2) vinyl rain ponchos.