List of equipment for the war

Next we provide a list of equipment for the war! Not for camping!

Items marked with an asterisk (*) are items which purchase is NOT paramount. I’m not sure where to go. You should have everything in your home. So that you can change equipment yourself for different tasks. Immediately make a reservation, I’m not a fan of “Slides”. I like to be on the list.

Rags – clothes, shoes, underwear, etc.

  1. Bertsy. For water, and weight. Choose the easiest
  2. MINIMUM five pairs of socks (including winter ones)
  3. Tight pants
  4. Thermal underwear
  5. Several t-shirts, only cotton
  6. Tight field jacket
  7. Belt
  8. Maskhalat (both summer and winter)
  9. Fleece jacket (it is a lighter, weight is very important)
  10. Winter jacket and winter pants
  11. Winter boots (I advise “Husky with .80” – cheap and cheerful)
  12. Winter hat (knitted, do not have earflaps to drag, it is heavy)
  13. Cap or Panama, for the summer. Better panama from tarpaulin
  14. Winter scarf
  15. “Arafatka”
  16. Gloves or mittens for winter

Equipment list

  1. Backpack raid 60 liters
  2. Assault Backpack 25 liters *
  3. Five points *
  4. Sleeping bag
  5. Knnee pads
  6. Canvas cloak
  7. Folding mat
  8. Unloading *
  9. Body armor
  10. NVG *
  11. Active headphones *
  12. Ballistic glasses *
  13. Broneshlom, or, in the worst case, a helmet
  14. Jar or hydrator
  15. Small infantry shovel
  16. Landing Rope 50m *
  17. Kettle with popkotelnik
  18. Gas-burner
  19. Carbine
  20. Compass
  21. Paracord 20 meters
  22. Fork spoon
  23. Makeup
  24. Mirror
  25. A set of threads and needles
  26. Matches
  27. Gun cleaning kit
  28. Gun oil
  29. Talc
  30. Shooting gloves
  31. Insulating tape
  32. Heat sources
  33. Lamp
  34. Tactical Weapon Belt
  35. Knife
  36. Clock watch
  37. Pencil
  38. Paper
  39. Army radio *
  40. Poncho
  41. Insect repellent (non-smelly)
  42. Binoculars *
  43. Range finder *
  44. Multitul *

Medicine Equipment – Your First Aid Kit

Your personal sores.

A plus:

  • 3 arterial strands,
  • 2-3 IPP,
  • a lot of bandages
  • scissors,
  • suture material
  • painkiller (pills, if your teeth are sick, for example),
  • disinfectant
  • promedol,
  • strong antibiotics
  • Activated carbon.

I also advise you to find out what you’re doing in dexamethasone and kordiamina. Well, a syringe for them, of course. This is an anti-shock kit. It’s not a problem.

Bivouac equipment

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