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Bug Out Bag Item  Check List & Contents. A free and comprehensive bug out bag check list of contents and survival gear to include in your bug

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Danielle Connell January 1, 2014 at 9:00 pm

I’m a married mother of 3. I live in NYC. I know I need to have a 7 day supply of essential medications for myself, my husband and two older children but what else should I pack. I’m an asthmatic as are my 5 yr old and 12 yr old. I also have a 9 month old and my husband is 43 yrs of age. What should we pack?

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Mr. Smith January 17, 2014 at 3:41 pm

Mrs. Connell,
I am glad to see you are providing personal insurance for your family. There are several questions to address before you are ready to go to the next phase of your prep. Such as; Are you going to attempt to leave NYC such as in the case with Sandy, are you going to plan to stay at home, are there vehicles at your dispense? Knowing the answers to these questions are going to set you on the path of creating the right tools for the job. Unfortunately I cannot really help you and be constructive without you communicating the most important question (to me), Which is “When something happens, where are we going to go?” This is going to give you the path of what you will need to do to arrive at your destination (miles traveled, cross bridges, etc.) and lastly knowing the obstacles at hand will reveal the tools you will need to accomplish your task successfully. If you need any questions answered please feel free to ask. I stumbled upon this website today looking for some decent literature/material on survival when I saw this post without a response. So, I thought I would try and help. Take care and I wish you the best.

Mr. Smith

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Mark March 25, 2014 at 5:34 pm

I also just stumbled into this post from a search. The NYC Office of Emergency Management has ideas for a household Go Bag @ http://www.nyc.gov/html/oem/html/get_prepared/supplies.shtml

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