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    Sticky: Hey, TOM! Good to see you.

    Hey, TOM! Good to see you.
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    I vac-pack a lot of gear, both in my BoB and...

    I vac-pack a lot of gear, both in my BoB and medical bags, to protect the item, and to reduce space.

    I use a regular home vac-packer (Foodsaver, purchased at Home Depot) for most of these things,...
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    I want the C17 they'll need to haul all of it (it...

    I want the C17 they'll need to haul all of it (it will be at least 3-4 C130 loads, if not more, and probably 15 or more CH47 loads).
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    News from California

    The late great state of California is in the process of a request for proposal for a set (of 3) contractor-operated and maintained mobile field hospitals.

    It's an interesting review of a stacked...
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    good deal! And GOOD JOB! Glad it all went OK,...

    good deal! And GOOD JOB!

    Glad it all went OK, and it sounds like you had it handled perfectly.
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    Good luck. Convincing kids to drink water can be...

    Good luck. Convincing kids to drink water can be hard sometimes. Be sure to stress that drinks with lots of sugar are a bad idea, since they're hypertonic and will further dehydrate. Also with too...
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    Sounds ... interesting. LDS? Be sure that...

    Sounds ... interesting. LDS?

    Be sure that everyone is wearing hats, that the period clothing is loose (especially collars), and have a radio so you can call your support truck in a hurry. FRS...
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    Almost a record for resuscitating a dead thread...

    Almost a record for resuscitating a dead thread :)

    For scalpel blades, try ebay - for example,...
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    bump bump bump

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    Sticky: Welcome over here. I think you'll find a few...

    Welcome over here. I think you'll find a few familiar names...
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    Sticky: Welcome! I'm not sure which life forms are...

    Welcome!

    I'm not sure which life forms are causing you distress, but this life form says howdy!
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    It rots generally from the outside in. You cut...

    It rots generally from the outside in. You cut off the outer, spoiled meat and cook the remaining meat thoroughly.

    This is not very different from how the pioneers used smoked and salted meats. ...
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    Sticky: Welcome, RandyB!

    Welcome, RandyB!
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    Gunner my ASS! I was a SNIPER!

    Gunner my ASS!


    I was a SNIPER!
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    You're welcome! Something I learned as a...

    You're welcome!

    Something I learned as a resident: Sleeping is something you do when you're dead.
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    Free books online

    I'm not sure if this has been posted before, but here's a list of online resources


    http://www.freebooks4doctors.com/fb/special.htm
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    Not quite. In addition to speaking American...

    Not quite. In addition to speaking American English, I'm fluent in Medicine, Aviation, Air Force (with the correct accent), do a passible Army (with the correct accent), and IT-Geek. If I go to...
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    I speak many languages (except greek), if you...

    I speak many languages (except greek), if you need help.
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    You don't dive with oxygen. Nitrox, maybe (if...

    You don't dive with oxygen. Nitrox, maybe (if diving deep), but diving air is just...air.

    I'm not sure what a 'Lucas' is, but there used to be a device in the US called the 'Thumper' - in two...
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    52B - are you a med student? And how'd you get...

    52B - are you a med student?

    And how'd you get that handle?
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    Also, how many people in a disaster would travel...

    Also, how many people in a disaster would travel to a hospital for common, colds and flu, scrapes and bruises kinds of things? Travel will be difficult and time consuming, possibly in inclement...
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    You still need to estimate what your patient...

    You still need to estimate what your patient population will be, and what sorts of things you will treat.

    The Public Health Service DMAT teams were originally formed to treat med-surg patients...
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    I agree. It's an interesting question. But,...

    I agree. It's an interesting question.

    But, before it can be answered, you need to do a little pre-planning. What sort of disaster(s) are you expecting to deal with? How long will it (they)...
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    seems like it was pretty specific for the area. ...

    seems like it was pretty specific for the area. Also, somewhat outdated being written 20+ years ago. Bu some good info, nontheless.
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    Thats the beauty of xdrive and similar services -...

    Thats the beauty of xdrive and similar services - you don't have to tell everyone the password.

    And, for those that have fast connections d/l'ing isn't an issue.

    But, your project and your...
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