Cochise County
Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service

Duty Bag 1 (Basic Kit)
Duty Bag 2 (Radio Kit)
Duty Bag 3 (Support)
First-Aid Kit
Alternative Duty Bags
Bag 1a—Mission Support, 4 to 5 hours
Bag 1b—Mission Support, 36 to 48 hours
Bag 2—Mobile-Radio Communications
Bag 3—Extended Operations, Mission Support, 3 to 7 days
South County Amateir Radio Emergency Services Go-Kit


Duty Bag 1Basic Kit
Duty Bag 2Radio Kit

Not in bag, but bring if necessary:

Duty Bag 3Support

Not in bag, but bring if necessary:

First-Aid Kit
Alternative Duty Bags

Bags 1a and 1b are designed to be combined, if desired. The backpack is optional.

Bag 1a—Mission Support, 4 to 5 hours
Bag 1b—Mission Support, 36 to 48 hours

This bag should be mostly packed at all times save for HT equipment and Bag 1a. Prepare a personal checklist to ensure those items not kept in the bag are added before going out. Water should be changed quarterly and bag repacked annually.

Bag 2—Mobile-Radio Communications
Bag 3—Extended Operations, Mission Support, 3 to 7 days

Not in Bag, but optional if "car camping:"


SCARES Go-Kit

EXTRA ITEMS


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