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2 Person, 3 Day Survival Kit

2 person 72 Hour kit
Respirators will protect you from inhaling fumes, vapor and gases.
a.    Air-supplied respirators – Alternate supply of fresh air
b.    Air-purifying respirators – Contaminated air is forced through a filtering system
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a.    N-95 – The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) certified and were designed to filter 95% of particulate aerosols. The N means not resistant to oil.
Survival book
a.    Purchase a step by step, easy to read book that has information about how to survive.
  • Folding stove with fuel and portable solar oven
  • 9 hour mini candles
  • 60 hour pillar candles should be unscented. They are known to drip less and because of their clean burning wax, they are
  • smokeless.
  • 100 gallon bladder with a siphon pump
    Camper's shower will let you shower and wash dishes. The container will heat water using the sun.

    Water Filtration system that will filter up to 300 gallons of water. Be sure it is light weight and easy to carry.
Portable propane heater/cooker and disposable propane cylinders can be used as a space heater or a stove for cooking.
Solar powered multiband and short wave radio with cell phone charger will allow you to be in communication.
    Purchase windup radio and flashlight instead of battery operated.
Collapsible five gallon water jugs to store filtered water.
MRE complete meals are meals ready to eat, self contained, ration in lightweight packaging.
a.    Two meals per person per day
b.    MRE heater
Light sticks will produce light without a power source.
Magnesium fire starters are designed to function under the most extreme conditions and will function whether it is wet or dry.