It is very crucial to be prepared for an emergency situation at all times no matter where an individual or family may be. Whether in the car driving, off at school or at work, relaxing at home, or even out of town for the weekend keeping a survival bag nearby will make a great difference.
The 12-hour survival bag is best kept in places for situations where help will be within a day’s reach. For example, inside the trunk of any vehicle, camper, or even inside a daily used backpack will persons carrying a 12-hour survival bag find the most use of it. Inside a 12-hour survival bag you will need:
The 24-hour survival bag is best kept in places such as the trunk or back of vehicles and also inside houses and cabins for quickly grabbing in case of emergency. The 24-hour survival bag is intended to be used in situations where help may be further away than a day’s travel and includes provisions for resting for the night. A properly packed 24-hour survival bag will include;
The 48-hour survival bag is best kept in homes as well as recreational vehicles (RV’s) and/or cabins. The 48-hour survival bag is packed with enough supplies for either an individual or a family to have the necessary aid until help can either arrive or be found. A 48-hour survival bag should have all of the following:
The 72-hour survival bag is one of the largest survival bags and is capable of packing enough equipment for either an individual or a family to survive several days in the wilderness. The 72-hour survival bag should be organized periodically as to compensate for cold and warm weather gear depending upon the seasons. A properly packed 72-hour survival bag will include:
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