CIVIL AIR PATROL EMEGENCY SERVICES EQUIPMENT LIST
24 HOUR PACK:
- 24 hour pack should be preferably red or orange
- webbed gear, or other SAR/Survival Vest (T) acceptable.
( First Aid Kit: - stored in zip-lock bag or other waterproof container, recommended that it consists of the following:
( Any personal medication (T)
- your team leader should know what you have and where you carry it.
( 2 Antiseptic cleansing pads
( Antiseptic ointment
( 6 Band-Aids, various sizes
( Moleskin, 2” X 4”
( Roller bandage
( 2 Safety pins, large
( 4 gauze pads
( 1 Triangular Bandage
( Tape, first aid
( Rubber surgical gloves
- two pair minimum
( Survival Kit, stored in zip-lock bag or other waterproof container, consisting of:
( 1 Chemical Light Stick, Green (T)
( 12 wooden, waterproofed matches (T)
( Match container, waterproof, with striking surface
( 50’ of nylon line (paracord or similar line).
( Duct tape, 5-10 feet
- does not need to be a whole role.
( Leaf bag, large
( SAR Equipment stored in zip-lock bags, consisting of:
( Change of socks (T)
( Spare flashlight (penlight will do) (T)
( Tissue Paper (T)
( Work Gloves, leather (T)
( Change for phone calls,
or cellular phone (T)
to call mission base
( Flagging Tape, 1 roll
( Flashlight (with red or blue lens),
( spare bulb
( spare batteries
( Insect repellent
( Lip balm, with sunscreen.
( Sunscreen lotion
( Interviewing Form(s), blank
( 4 Moist Towelettes, clean, in foil wrapper
( 2 meals (T)
( Poncho, (T)
( Shelter Material, preferably 8’ X 10’
- spare military poncho meets the need
( Coat for current weather,
- if necessary (in pack if not wearing it)(T)
( Canteen(s) to carry 2 quarts of water
- At least one quart of water must be carried by all personnel)(T)
( Compass: lensatic or orienteering (orienteering preferred)
- Compass Pouch, containing.
- Compass should have a “glow in the dark” dial.