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CIVIL AIR PATROL

EMEGENCY SERVICES EQUIPMENT LIST

 

ON YOUR PERSON

¨ Complete BDU uniform (T)

¨ BDU cap (T)

- The BDU cap may be replaced by a hard hat

or bright colored cap based on mission needs.

¨ Notepad (T)

¨ Pencil (T)

¨ All CAP Identification:

¡ Membership card (T)

¡ First Aid card, etc. (T)

¡ 101 card

¡ CAPF160

¡ CAPF161

¨ Watch (T)

¨ Vest, - reflective, orange (T)

¨ Comb or brush (T) - optional, carry if needed

¨ Pocket or utility-type knife (T)

- multipurpose with can opener.

- Swiss Army knives, Leatherman, or Gerber Tools are recommended.

¨ Handkerchief or Tissues

¨ Ground Team Member’s Handbook

¨ Signal Mirror

¨ Whistle

 

24 HOUR PACK:

- 24 hour pack should be preferably red or orange

- webbed gear, or other SAR/Survival Vest (T) acceptable.

CONTENTS

¨ 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.

 

 

 

 

CIVIL AIR PATROL

72 HOUR PACK EQUIPMENT LIST

 

EXTENDED DURATION PACK: (T)

- a backpack (preferably with frame) should contain all that is in the 24 hour pack, with the addition of the following:

¨ Tent (T)

- optional, if you are sharing a tent with someone else who is carrying it)

¨ Sleeping Bag or Bedroll appropriate to climate (T)

¨ Bag, waterproof (T):

¡ Spare uniform,

¡ Underwear and socks, 3 changes (T)

¨ 5 meals (T)

¨ Toilet Kit, that should contain:

¡ Toothbrush and paste (T)

¡ Shaving Kit (if you shave) (T)

¡ Deodorant (T)

¡ Washcloth and soap (T)

¡ Towel (T)

¨ Sleeping pad, foam or inflatable.

¨ Spare rank and CAP cutouts (for cadets)

¨ 2 Leaf Bags, large

¨ Spare boot laces.

¨ Kit, sewing, with spare buttons.

¨ Shoe Shine Kit

 

 OPTIONAL ITEMS

¨ Rainwear, durable

¨ Webbing, nylon, 1” wide, 20’ long.

¨ Handheld FM Transceiver

-  (highly recommended for Ground Team Leaders)

¨ Water Purification Tablets

¨ Eye Protection (highly recommended)

¨ Entrenching Tool (highly recommended for base gear)

 

 

 

CIVIL AIR PATROL

GROUND TEAM LEADER EQUIPMENT LIST

 

LEADER’S EQUIPMENT  - only required of Ground Team Leaders

¨ Protractor -- for map work.

¨ Map Case

- Large Zip-Loc bags can be used if necessary

¨ Pencil, with eraser

¨ Alcohol Pens, fine tip, at least 2 colors

- neither the color of your colored flashlight lens)

¨ Some way to erase alcohol pens marks on the map case, such as alcohol swabs or a special alcohol pen eraser.

¨ A straightedge ruler, at least 6” long

- Some protractors may have a ruler as well

¨ Ground Team Leader Handbook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIVIL AIR PATROL

UDF MISSION EQUIPMENT LIST

 

ON YOUR PERSON:

¨ Complete uniform appropriate to the environment in which you will be working. (T)

¨ Notepad and pencil (T)

¨ All CAP Identification:

¡ First Aid card, etc. (T)

¡ 101 card,

¡ 76 card,

¨ Watch (T)

¨ Vest, reflective, orange (T)

¨ Comb or brush (optional, carry if needed) (T)

¨ Ground and UDF Team Task Guide (T)

¨ Change for phone calls, or cellular phone (T)

¨ One Meal or personal funds to purchase a meal while prosecuting the mission if appropriate. (T)

¨ Handkerchief or Tissues

¨ Flashlight (with red or blue lens)

¡ spare bulb

¡ spare batteries

¨ Compass: lensatic or orienteering (orienteering preferred)

- Compass Pouch, containing.

- Compass should have a “glow in the dark” dial.

¨ Protractor used for map work.

¨ Map Case (Large Zip-Loc bags can be used if necessary)

¨ Pencil, with eraser (plus sharpener if not a mechanical pencil)

¨ Alcohol Pens, fine tip, at least 2 colors

- neither the color of your colored flashlight lens

¨ Eraser for alcohol pens marks

- such as alcohol swabs or a special alcohol pen eraser.

¨ A straightedge ruler,

- at least 6” long

- Some protractors may have a ruler as well