Survival Skills 101: The Rhino's Squad First Aid Tactical Kit.

This is not an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit). This is a tactical team or Squad First Aid Kit. So don’t go hassling me about it.

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  1. Dale Durbin on December 11, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    Thanks, I had over looked the tourniquet in my kit. It has two now. Thanks, 

  2. Steve Erwin on December 11, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    What bag are you using and where did it come from?

  3. RhodieFreedomCamp on December 11, 2020 at 10:32 pm

    Missing essential items – gloves, cpr faceshield, rubbing alcohol (surgical spirit) / inadine / betadine, documentation, hand sanitiser, forceps / clamps (if dealing with arterial bleeds / foreign bodies – airway and wounds), temp management (thermometer, space blanket), rehydration, glucose management (for hypos), high vis, wound closure (glue, staples, steristrips, sutures)…and most of all: TRAINING (knowledge) AND COMPETENCY (skills). Ps light isnt just to see, also needed to check pupils (gcs).

  4. Lee Hart on December 11, 2020 at 10:45 pm

    Question.Are you medically certified to be able to insert that airway or use the decompression needles? What is your medical certification level? Thank you

  5. 2012Viking on December 11, 2020 at 10:46 pm

    Nice bag and vid, 1st time to your channel.

    As you mentioned, this bag is tailored to YOUR needs. I just wanted to throw this out to those that say the bag isn’t correct for whatever reason. I am prior military and former EMT, everyone has different items in there bag. When I was a EMT, my bag was set up different than any other EMT’s in the department, no 2 were exactly the same. And unless you carry around a 50+ pound bag, you will never have everything you might need in any given emergency, you will always wish you had more.

    So I am certainly not going to say there is anything ‘wrong’ with your set up. I am only going to offer one suggestion.

    You mentioned when you grabbed your light that you don’t keep the batteries in it, you put them in for the video. What happens when it is dark and you suddenly need the bag? Do you really want to fumble around with installing the batteries. I would suggest keeping the batteries in it and check it every month or so to ensure it is still functioning, that takes 30 seconds. And, change the battery every 6 months regardless of if you have used it or not. I do this with all battery powered emergency electronics, change batteries every 6 months even if you turn it on and it works when you check it. Are you sure how much life is left in that battery? The way I remember to do this… when daylight savings changes the time up or back, that is when you replace all your batteries (including smoke detectors in the house) in your lights and other equipment.

    Again, not saying you are wrong, just a friendly suggestion, something to consider.

  6. mykalbee on December 11, 2020 at 11:02 pm

    Love the hat! Yeah I hurt my knee walking into the hitch ball on my truck…I blamed the dog too. No really the dog was on leash and pulling me when wham hitch to the knee! Cool FAK, I prefer to break mine down into smaller kits but you have one and that’s all that matters.

  7. ren jobber on December 11, 2020 at 11:03 pm

    If you want everything to be on "automatic mode" when the time arrives, you must check out Trankors Survival Secret. Google it whenever you think you’re ready.

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