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Today you can checkout the latest video with what I now carry in my truck survival bag.

This bag is NOT a bug out bag or whatever you want to call it. This bag is meant to help me get from point A to point B in hopefully a couple days if things go sideways.

It’s also useful as a trauma bag in case you roll up on an accident or active shooter situation where you might be able to save some lives. It’s also useful if your kid gets a boo-boo and just needs a bandaid.

Below is a list of all the items I carry in my bag.

Medical – Trauma

• 1 – Tourniquet

• 1- NAR pressure dressing

• 2 – Hyfin chest seals

• 1 – Nasopharyngeal airway

• 1 – Trauma shears

• 4 – Face masks

• 1 – QuikClot combat gauze

• 2 – Rolls of stretch gauze

• 100 – Square gauze

Medical – Everyday

• Multiple sizes of Bandaids

• Steri-strips

• Super glue

• Alcohol prep pads

• Triple antibiotic ointment

• Antiseptic towelette’s

• 4 pairs of medical gloves

• Rapid hydration packets

• Cold relief

• Antihistamines

• Aspirin

• Advil

• Pepto-bismol

• Antacid

• Antidiarrheal

• Eye flush

• Conforming tape

Other Items

• Hat

• Down jacket

• Shemagh

• Sunglasses

• Gloves

• 2 – MRE meals

• 1 – SOS Rations

• Knife – medium

• 2 – AA batteries

• 2 – AAA batteries

• 50ft of 550 cord

• Solar powered battery bank

• Charging cables

• Foldable water jug

• Multi-tool

• Rechargeable small flashlight

• Rechargeable medium flashlight

• Sharpie

• Sunscreen

• Chapstick

• 2 – lighters

• Pen

• Waterproof note pad

• 100 oz water bladder (FULL)

• $500 cash

• 100 rounds of 9mm

• 100 rounds of 5.56

If you have any other good ideas to add to the kit, please comment below. I would love to hear your ideas.