ReadyNutrition Guys and Gals, we have covered the “Go” Bag, aka the “Bugout” Bag on numerous occasions. We’re going to cover three areas: Duplication, Synchronization, and Maintenance. This is to promote efficiency, and also to allow for recovery and use if one of the bags or more is compromised. Let’s get started.
The word for the day is Redundancy. This word is usually something that connotates a “boring” or “mindless” repetition, almost in a drone-like fashion. In this case, that definition does not suffice. Redundancy in our usage is the repetition to promote a good follow-through in the event of seizure/theft of your goods so that you have a backup plan and can continue to march. You want to put together as many bags as are in as many locales as you frequent in the course of the day. Here are some locations, for starters:
- Your home
- Your vehicle
- Your workplace
Surely this can be added to, but the logic is in these examples. If you are in your home, and disaster strikes and your Vehicle is stolen…you have a bag in your home. If you are at work, and the vehicle is stolen, you should have a bag at work. The key is to make them light enough so that you can strap them together (bungees or cargo straps) and take both bags without killing yourself.
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We have already covered lists ad infinitum, so we’re just going to mention the bullets, beans, band-aids (the 3 “B’s”) that need to be in your bags. Let’s jump into the terms.
Duplication: this means that your bags need to be the same…John Smith’s bag in his car, home, and vehicle need to contain the same things…and all of these things in the same location with an inventory sheet for each bag (as covered in other articles). John Smith will then know (overall) what he has, and that he has one bag with each of those items at home, in his vehicle, and in his workplace.
Synchronization: this means to keep the bags as “uniform” as possible for all the family members. The same amounts of food, water purification gear, and so forth. Differences will arrive with regard to ammunition. Mr. Smith may carry a Desert Eagle .44 Magnum pistol, where Mrs. Smith may carry a Ruger SP-101 in .357 Magnum. Guess what? There needs to be a box of Mrs. Smith’s ammo in Mr. Smith’s bags, and vice-versa. Similar gear packed in a similar manner other than that. What will this do? Promote effectiveness. Mrs. Smith then knows that if all her bags are compromised, she can use one of Mr. Smith’s bags and be familiar with its contents.
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