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What should i take to herrick

#1
This is my first tour i go in march,

i'm not sure what to take,

thinking:

Ipod
PSP
Camera

s*** like that,

kit

warrior chest rig
motherload

what do you think what does every one else take?


cheers
 

Mongo

MIA
Kit Reviewer
#5
Apparently books are good to take, you can pick up fairly decent ones for dirt cheap in library sales, and you'll probably end up leaving them there for the next bunch of people..
 
#7
A fleshlight might come in handy.



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#8
Probably one you should keep well away from the pouches useful field items go in ^

Deck of cards and learning a few games you can play solo or with others might be a useful way of passing the time when the PSP batteries run out...
 
#12
A pair of crocs type thingamies as they are much easier to run from the shower when the shite hits the fan than a pair of flip flops.

Lip salve, lips go to crap and they dry up quick.

Spare glasses if you use them - contacts are useless with the dust.
 
#19
Poacher said:
A pair of crocs type thingamies as they are much easier to run from the shower when the shite hits the fan than a pair of flip flops.

Lip salve, lips go to crap and they dry up quick.

Spare glasses if you use them - contacts are useless with the dust.
Lip salve is on issue (or it is if it gets out of stores).

I wore contacts for all 6 months of my Afghan tour, including 4 and a half months on the ground not in Bastion or FOBs, and never had a problem. Agree you should take spare glasses though, just in case.
 

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