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Equipment featured here is equipment that we have actually used on our trips or on our vehicles. Every item has gotten prolonged, real world use. Some of these reviews go back to 2007 and all of the equipment/items here are still giving good service to Jeep Expeditions members.

How much trauma kit is too much? I guess alot of that depends on your training. Many of our experienced members are certified in Wilderness 1st Aid plus CPR & AED. A few members have become Certified Wilderness 1st Responders. Then we have a few medical professionals in our ranks, a DR, at least 2 RNs, an EMT or two and a Paramedic or two. In fact I am so serious about safety and Emergency 1st Aid on the trail (due to tragic accidents that could only happen off-roading) that I have decided to get my EMT certification in the first half of 2015.

The averge Jeeper should have the minimum of a well stocked personal trauma kit, NOT a 1st Aid Kit you buy at Walmart for $10 because all that is good for is minor cuts, abrasions, spinters and the occasional cactus needle or two. Beyond that your store bought 1st Aid Kit is better off left at home in a true emergency.

Most of you will never see a medical emergency on the trail but in this recreational sport, being prepared can be the difference of making it home or not. Members of Jeep Expeditions witnesses a terrible accident two years ago in Canyon De Chelly. A tour truck carring about 20 passengers lost a castle nut that held the steering assembly together resulting in total loss of control and goind down a 30 foot cliff. The truck rolled upside down and the people who didn't jump off as it was going over, were trapped under the truck. Picture a surplus military duece and an half truck 60 years old with questionable maintenance. This happened deep inside the canyon, cell phones had no service, CB radios were worthless and witness's and the tour operator were not prepared for this. Eventually with Ham Radio assistance help was on its way but more than 45 minutes out. The rangers arrived before the helicopters. Our members being 1st Aid trained and certified and having a number of Trauma Kits volunteered our services. In the end, one person was DOA and the rest suffered mild to severe injuries. Who would have ever expected to run into that situation in the middle of no where. Then there are the things we read and hear about, the winch cable snapping and injuring someone severely, a careless person gets his fingers caught in the winch, the HiLift Jack shifts and someone ends up under a Jeep.

I can't put enough importance of being prepared!

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This is the kit the Professionals carry and is the perfect kit for a medium sized group!

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PHILIPS HEART START AED (Automatice Emergency Defibrillator)

You have mere minutes to save a life if a heart attack happens. Will you be ready?

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Another important item in the event of a heart attack!

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Perfect to carry in your Jeep for advanced 1st Aid!

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ACR Res-Q-Link+ PLB

A true PLB (Personal Locator Beacon. Instantly call for help in a life threatening emergency to dedicated Government satellites.

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The SPOT II GPS Messenger

An nice Real Time GPS Tracker so family can see where you are and where you have been with SOS Emergency Feature and message capability! Top choice by Jeep Expeditions members.

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The LifeStraw!

A life and death must have! Is it in your survival kit?
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More informaton on emergency 1st Aid Training and more evlauations on specific 1st Aid Supplies (clotting kits, OTC items good to have on hand, emergency suture kits and MORE!


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Jeep Expeditions is a non-profit corporation registered in the State of Arizona.  

The state recognizes us as a fraternal organization,  we prefer to say we are a club.  Our members and volunteers are dedicated to the exploration of   this great land  for the educational value, historical value,  scenic beauty, the geology, paleontology, the camaraderie of people who share the same interests and to escape the confines of civilization if only for a few days. Our organization and members adhere to the standards of "Tread Lightly" and "Leave No Trace".

Jeep Expedition Members enjoy adventures that vary in length from one day, a weekend, long weekend, week long, two weeks and like our Arctic Expedition in 2011, a full month. Don't worry, most of our trips are one day and two day trips. We are Family Friendly and we have a number of members who bring their friendly "Jeep Dogs".

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