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I was a US Navy Hospital Corpsman for twenty years. I was on active duty for 4 years and US Navy Reservist for 16 years. During my time in the Navy, I became an FMF Corpsman which allowed me to serve with the US. Marines. I truly believe everyone must have a real first aid kit in their home, vehicle, and work. The typical first aid kits you find in your local department stores are perfect to handle minor injuries but things happen and you might need more advanced medical supplies to help manage the more severe type of injuries that could arise.

The IFAK I will talk about today I put together based on my military training and experience taking care of my fellow Sailors and Marines. Here is a list of the supplies in the


Alcohol Prep Pads 10pk

Iodine Prep Pads 10pk

Triple Antibiotic Ointment 10pk

Non-Adherent Pads 4pk

4”X4” Sterile Pads 5pk

Oral Airway Medium/Large/X-Large 1

CPR Field 1

CAT Tourniquet 1

Bandage Shears 1

3” Ace Wrap 1

5”X9” Abdominal Pad 1

3” Clean Wrap Gauze Roll 1

Burn Jel with 2% Lidocaine 2pk

4” High-Pressure Dressing

1”X3” Bandage 10pk

Fingertip Bandage 10pk

Knuckle Bandage 10pk

Emergency Mylar Blanket 1

1” Medical Tape

Medical Exam Gloves 5pr

Molly Medical Pouch

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