I know many of you have a personal survival kit (PSK). Having a small kit you can carry on your person is a very good idea. There has been a lot of discussion about this subject. The main goal is to have a kit that will help you meet your basic needs. Water Shelter Fire Signaling Travel Sustenance The contents of a good kit will reflect these needs. This is a vid on the kit I carry. Place your tied twig bundle over you burning tinder bundle and let 'er go. Here is a break down of the contents. PSK by Guy posted Sep 26, 2018 at 1:58 PM The pouch is a US GI compass case Mylar survival blanket 1 gallon ziplock bag Turley PSK knife 2 band-aids 2x2 gauze pad Snare wire Fishing line 3 hooks 5 sinkers 100 lb test cord Tin foil Iodine tabs Wire saw Fire steel Fatwood 3 needles Button compass Here is a link to thread that is worth looking at. Lots of people have contributed there PSK's. http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16229 For the student practice you kit must meet the needs listed above and be able to fit in a BDU cargo pocket.