If this is the wrong place or I've missed something obvious please let me know as I don't post often (in fact this may be my first post I'm not sure). I work in armed security on a federal contract. We aren't issued and are allowed to carry tourniquets (though I run a rat through my belt anyway as even with its short falls it's better than nothing). As I work a static post I am considering putting together a pack to stash on the post with what I see as necessary life saving equipment. Aside from me there is one other officer so I was thinking: 2 Tourniquets (SOFTT is what I'm familiar with and use on my training rig) 2 Clotting agent (I'm open to input on how many) 2 Rolls of gauze 2 pressure dressings 2 chest seals 2 pairs of gloves Is there anything else I should be adding? Realistically medical is probably 10 to 15 minutes out during an incident. Both of us have basic training for medical including application of tourniquets and how to apply the above equipment. Neither of us are trained for chest decompression and that's why I left the MOJO dart off (maybe that means I should dump the chest seals to?) Additionally while we are static we both know that should an active shooter or other threat enter the facility we will be going to work and moving and as such I'd like to find a bag for this that can be easily carried and not interfere with duty gear (all belt mounted cuffs, gun, OC, baton, radio etc.). As with anything the government fails to provide this will be out of pocket so keeping the cost down is a concern but obviously for medical I don't want to cut corners either. Anyway any advice you guys can offer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.