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First published at 17:16 UTC on August 8th, 2018.
I prefer to carry a small set of EDC (“Everyday Carry”) supplies in a bag to provide me with various capabilities during my daily commute to work. In the past, these items were stored in a backpack and were organized by using color coded modules for the various categories of gear. The problem that I had with this approach is that it didn’t work as a system with my non-EDC kits, which are also stored in a backpack (e.g., Get Home Bag, Bug Out Bag). I can’t easily carry two backpacks. A few years back I made the switch to carrying EDC items in a single-strap sling / messenger style bag. This makes it possible for me to also carry an emergency backpack at the same time (if needed) and then leverage all of the individual gear as a system of supplies.
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Publicado a 27/04/2016
The Mini Medi™ is a small, pocket size individual first aid kit (iFAK) that can be carried for Everyday Carry (EDC). I create these Mini Medi’s in bulk and include them in my various preparedness kits. This enables me to always have basic wound care supplies available such as small bandages, ointments and other useful medical gear. "
Publicado a 10/08/2014
There are many categories of Emergency Preparedness items. In an effort to standardize the color coordinating I use for the compartments/modules in my Prepping Kits, I wanted to determine what primary colors people associate with Prepping/Survival categories by conducting an online survey. Results be used for all future prepping kits featured on the channel.
FIRST AID: Red
COMMS / NAVIGATION: Yellow
TOOLS / WEAPONS: Black
PERSONAL / MISC: Pink