A mix of German and U.S. LCII Webgear and my Custom ALICE Medium ruck



Top L : (from left to right) Compass in pouch, GMRS Radio E-German Pouch, E-German Pouch (used for trail goodies or ammo)

Top R: (from left to right)
GI Firstaid kit, Compress in pouch, side of buttpack, E-German AK mag pouch, canteen (mounted on ruck).

Bottom L: (from left to right)
Buttpack (mounted on ALICE medium) U.S. folding shovel in pouch, canteen (mounted on ruck) canteen (on web belt) K-Bar knife in ABS plastic sheeth.

Bottom R: (from top to bottom)
Buttpack mounted on ALICE medium ruck, Pockets of ruck, Rothco Jungle tent (camo), 3 season mummy bag (for spring/summer use)

This is my typical set-up for hiking and as an emergency bugout kit. I store most of my food inside of the attached buttpack, that way I can attach it to the web belt if I need to leave the main ruck behind. I can also attach my poncho and liner (currently stored in the main ruck) to the buttpack for shelter if needed.


My new US CFP-90 backpack

                                

CFP-90 Contents:
3 pounds dried 16 bean soup
2 pounds dried navy beans
1 pound white rice
1 pound instant coffee
6 instant grit packs
6 instant oatmeal packs
6 lipton instant soup packs
sugar packs, salt packs, pepper packs, coffee cream packs
3 power bars, 3 breakfast bars
1 72 hour 'mainstay' bar
Swedish mess kit
2 folding fork knife and spoon sets (can opener included)
es-bit stove and fuel
compact fishing kit and snare
rat trap and line
plastic trash bag
1 bar of ivory soap and a scouring pad

1 pair USECW long underware
3 pairs each tee shirts, socks, briefs
1 set of BDUs
1 pair of shorts
M-65 and liner if needed
50 cent box of soap powder (from laundry mat)
para cord (see below)

US 3 piece sleeping bag system
pillow
rothco 3 man dome tent
German folding sleep mat
Rain poncho
First aid kit

Grundig PC 100 SW radio
Roll up SW antenna
10 mile GMRS radio
super lightweight, compact DVD player and 10 DVDs
2 5 pack of AA batteries
1 5 pack AAA batteries

LED headlamp
two AA LED flashlight
LED folding tent lantern
chemical light stick
2 small candles

3 1qt US canteens and covers
1 bottle of water treatment tabs
1 2oz bottle of bleach
1 bathing kit: soap, razer, shaving cream, wash cloth, etc...

50 ft para cord
50 ft 7/16th rope
US tri-fold shovel and case
US CFP-90 backpack

This is my hiking kit, however it can be used as a bugout bag.


Someone asked what this set-up weighs:
without the M-65 and liner, 47 pounds

My M-65 will become part of my winter kit which I'm placing in a small duffle bag that can be tied onto the mainpack in winter.

Kit to include:
polypro hood/mask
wool socks
heavy winter gloves
poncho liner
M-65 field coat and liner.



My wife's Trac-Pack 45:

                                                                    


Specs:
45 liter pack measures 26"T x 17"W x 9"D. Main compartment 21"T x 14"W x 8"D, two side pouches measure 12"T x 6"W x 2"D each have covered nylon zippers. Top compartment with zipper access is 2"T x 10"W x 7"D. Zippered map compartment in the rear of the cover.

My wife's kit is roughly the same as mine, except her backpack is a "Trac-pack 45" also known as a mil-pack 45 at majors surplus n survival. Weight 41 pounds.

Her list below:
3 pounds dried 16 bean soup
2 pounds dried navy beans
1 pound white rice
1 pound instant coffee
6 instant grit packs
6 instant oatmeal packs
6 lipton instant soup packs
sugar packs, salt packs, pepper packs, coffee cream packs
3 power bars, 3 breakfast bars
1 72 hour 'mainstay' bar
1 bottle of womens multi vitamins
Swedish mess kit
1 folding fork knife and spoon sets (can opener included)
es-bit stove and fuel
compact fishing kit and snare
rat trap and line
plastic trash bag
1 bar of ivory soap and a scouring pad
hunting/survival knife

1 pair USECW long underware
3 pairs each tee shirts, socks, briefs
1 bra
1 set of BDUs
1 pair of shorts
M-65 and liner if needed
50 cent box of soap powder (from laundry mat)
para cord (see below)

US 3 piece sleeping bag system
pillow
German folding sleep mat
Rain poncho
First aid kit

Grundig G2000A SW radio
10 mile GMRS radio
1 5 pack of AA batteries
1 5 pack AAA batteries

LED headlamp
two AA LED flashlight
LED folding tent lantern
chemical light stick
2 small candles

2 1qt US canteens and covers
1 bottle of water treatment tabs
1 2oz bottle of bleach
1 bathing kit: soap, razer, wash cloth, etc...
Fem hygine kit: maxi-pads (overnight, and light duty sizes) and a pair of tight fitting panties for holding pad in place (ladies will understand this)

50 ft para cord
50 ft 7/16th rope
Trac-pack 45

This is my wife's hiking kit, however it can be used as a bugout bag.