|The following materials are from a presentation made by District Communication Officer Dave Danner, K-001, at a 2010 Quarterly Membership Meeting. They were subsequently distributed to the membership by email and are being repeated here because they are of continuing value.|
|We suggest that all members check their "Go Bags" on a regular basis.
Just what should we have in our Go Bags? How Big should they be?
The following provides details of a typical practical personal Go-Bag. Included in the bag should be items to sustain you for at least one work shift on a DCS assignment. It should be easy to grab and run with.
Here is a suggested list of items you might include in your lunch pail size kit:
In addition to your DCS badge and the proper clothing, bring this kit with you to all DCS activations.
|SAMPLE GO BAG|
Go-Bag in cloth insulated lunch bag with external water bottle pocket. Don't add unnecessary items.
Refresh food, water, and batteries as needed.
|Ready to go - - Line cord to charger left plugged in to keep battery charged.|