Here is a kit I put together for my department. 16 Identical Bags in Total- One Kit on Each Routinely Operated Crew Served Vehicle. It is a kit specifically geared for mass casualties. IE Active Shooter, Vehicle into Crowd, and other traumatic MCI events. StatPacks Medslinger Bag Outside Pocket 4 CAT Tqts Middle Zippered Compartment 4 Decompression Needles 2 NPA's 28F & 26F with Lube 1 Set Oral Airways 8 HyFin Chest Seals (With 4x4 taped to Package for Decon) 1 Pair Quality Shears Main (Bottom) Zippered Compartment 2 SWAT Tqts 3 Self Aid Throw Kits -H&H Primed Gauze -H&H Mini Compression Bandage Mega Mover Tactical Litter https://www.emsworld.com/node/1221408 4 Olaes Modular Bandages 3 Packages of QuikClot NOT PICTURED - Headlamp -Triage Marking Tags (RED ONLY) APALS Brite Strike To get the following out of the way... Why No Gloves or BSI? Boxes of gloves are in the vehicle and carried on person. Ever try to change your gloves on a high stress situation? Its not happening. Why No BVM or Pocket Mask? Its triage. Absent Respirations are Black Tagged Why only a RED Triage Tag? Greens can move on their own. Direct them. Blacks No need to worry about at present time. Yellows and Blues You can worry about them after you get the REDS out of the way. Why is there no ALS gear? BLS before ALS. In trauma good BLS makes the greatest difference. Cost vs. Effectiveness was a consideration with these kits. I believe both aspects are evenly addressed. Just throwing this out there if you are thinking of building one for your needs. This kit does not have to be just for first responders, sad to say any place of mass gathering could benefit from something like this.