No Regiment Officers on my RAuxAF Sqn, but I've never seen an NCO carrying anything more than a bacon sandwich anyway.
This is the latest incarnation, updated for our annual camp in Cyprus later this year. You know Cyprus - just like Otterburn or Warcop.
Technically off thread but this is the rest of the list:
On person ID card
Notebook & pen
Right Map Pocket: Yellow cyalume
Cas card (9 liner)
Belt Order 6 x magazines
Wpn cleaning kit
2 x sandbags
2 x water-bottles
1 x infrared / 2 x blue / 2 x green cyalume
Pers 1st-aid kit
Pers Minefield Extraction Kit
Bergan LEFT SIDE-POUCH MUST BE KEPT EMPTY
4 pairs socks
4 pairs pants
Spare DPM trousers
Spare torch batteries
Main pers 1st aid kit
Spare wpn oil (OX24)
Basha (incl. bungies & pegs)
Boot cleaning kit
2 x black bin bags
Regiment role (stop sniggering) is mounted patrols, so all your shit is on/in a wagon. Osprey precludes carrying that much on your person (webbing).
We are tasked for footsies and do train for them - that ******* 'daysack' now has no room for my link let alone any 'section' kit so I'm going to have to get side-pouches added. Already bought a smaller sleeping bag and chopped my mat down.
In the immortal words of Sgt Elias - "You're packing too much stuff!" (or was it shit, I can't remember)!
Start by putting in your mission essential kit (radios, spare batteries, other heavy electronic goodies). Add a generous slug of spare ammunition, water for the duration, section kit such as stretchers etc. Once you add a set of ladders to the top of the pile you will definately decide that your sewing kit can stay back in your bergan!
You will soon find out that you can do just fine for several days in the same pair of socks.
patrol sacks are going to be different depending on your role within section. it may be just ecm a bit of ammo bit of water and that's it. or it could be 1400 link, 4 he grenades, 9mm spare 3-4 litres of water, schmoooooolies, flares and if you're really lucky a little bit of food!