Lots of us have great first aid and trauma kits for home, vehicle, range bag, backpack, haversack, etc. Some have good training or equivalent knowledge to use all of the gear and improvise when then they are unequipped. But . . . frequently you're not at home, not near your vehicle, and you bag is not on your person. In the event that that it's difficult to get to your kit, what do you carry on your person all the time? (training and competency is assumed, in this case). Based on my own life experience and training, I always have the following on my person in a cargo pocket on my shorts/pants (unless I am forced to dress for a job interview, which sucks and I don't like it!): 6 inch Israeli bandage (IBD) Gauze for packing wounds A few gauze squares for applying pressure to less serious wounds or to augment the IBD SOFTT-W tourniquet Gorilla Tape I have a few IBDs that have a nasopharyngeal airway and a needle catheter taped to them, but I've gotten away from carrying them. They would be for treating me and if I had need of the former, I'd have to assume someone else is there and aware enough to use it on me. I might be able to decompress a tension pneumothorax on myself if I the need arose, but . . .