Marine Combat Water SurvivalMarine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-02C, Marine Combat Water Survival, provides Marine Corps combat water survival techniques, procedures, and training standards. This publication also teaches Marines to cross water obstacles and perform water rescues correctly and safely. This publication is the foundation for teaching Marines correct water survival techniques and procedures that are used throughout the Marine combat water survival program (MCWSP). Once an individual or a unit has completed the MCWSP, this publication can be used as a refresher course before water operations.
Brand New 5 Liters BPA Free Flexible Foldable Reusable Emergency Clear Water Bag! Great for camping, hiking, boating, traveling, emergency kits etc. This new eco friendly bottle of water is the new way to replace old plastic water bottles from piling up. Dimensions: 12 1/2" x 12 1/2" X 4 1/3" Perfect for travel, school, hiking, and many on the go activities.
This bag is perfect for the anyone who loves the outdoors. Keep hydrated with this bag. Great for hikes, long walks, festivals and hanging out at the park. Constructred with waterproof 600D high density nylon, this hydration bag can keep your thirst at bay. With 2L of capacity, you can go even longer with water than your typical water bottles. The flexible straw makes drinking easy and the adjustable straps can fit anyone.
WaterBrick 1833-0001 Stackable Emergency Water and Food Storage Container, 3.5 gal of Liquid, 27 lb of Dry Food Products, Blue
WaterBrick Stackable Water Containers and Food Storage Container: 3.5 Gallons of Liquids or up to 27 Pounds (264 Adult Servings) of Dry Foods. Made of rugged, high density polyethylene (HDPE) with an easy grip comfort handle. These unique water containers, unlike any other, can also hold food and other life essentials while adding value by cross stacking up to 4 feet for maximum efficient storage. Wide diameter lid opening with notched easy grip lid allows for an average adult to pull stored contents out of the container by hand.