So @NJStricker started a thread (https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/rethinking-my-ghb.227828/) about his GHB and I shared my thoughts. I then realized that I've never made a detailed thread of my GHB and EDC bags. I don't want to derail the other thread so I'm making this one instead. I am happy to answer questions about the how, what, and why of any of this gear. Like many of you, I take a layered approach to my emergency gear. I have an in-pocket EDC, and EDC bag, a GHB that stays in the car, and a bunch of bulkier and heavier items that stay in the car. Kits, kits, kits inside kits, and kits on top. My in-pocket EDC has been posted before, but I'll include a photo for completeness sake. I only carry all of this stuff about 33% of the time. Most of the time it's just the belt, keys, gun, wallet, Leatherman, extra mag, pocket knife, and flashlight. Most of this junk is self-explanatory, but I'll describe some of the less obvious items. The silver rectangle next to the magazine is an emergency poncho, space blanket, four Aquamira tablets, three feet of aluminum foil, and two 0ne-litre gusseted water bags. The small Altoids tin has a mini boo-boo kit with a couple of Band Aids, triple anti-biotic ointment, and two or three doses of some common OTC meds. The large Altoids tin is my repair kit. At the bottom right is a trauma kit in an ankle pouch. Ok, on to the car bag. It is more of a hybrid GHB/72hr BOB. I figure I can always leave extra stuff in the car if I don't want to carry it home. I also keep a set of clothes in a separate sack. I would leave these behind too, depending on the season. My wife has pretty much the same stuff in her car but in another style bag that fits her body better. In this bag is a base layer, a wool sweater, a skivvy roll (wool socks) a fleece zippy, and my favorite pants; Tru-Spec 24-7. This is the side pocket and front pockets. The two orange match safes in the middle-top have fishing gear in them. The black rectangle is a back-up set of glasses. I have two kids and they have their own bags, but I still keep a couple of Jr. emergency ponchos. In the last column the black rectangle is a spare pistol mag in a pouch. In the main compartment I have shelter, first aid, food, fire, and hygiene items. the silvery-white roll on the top-left is a painters' tarp. The red rectangle in the middle is a trauma kit. The tampons in the lower-right corner are not for gunshot wounds, they are for my wife. The contents of the trauma kit.