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R101 team equipment

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     There are individual pages for some categories of equipment:

 

 

     This team has the normal equipment for the Patrol Boat Mk III. Besides their personal gear and effects, there are a few other items of team equipment:

 

spare personal issue items

#

name

2

bunk bag

2

soiled clothing bag, off-white

2

towel, navy blue

2

jacket, cold weather permeable (the A-2 "intermediate" type), aka deck jacket. Nylon-cotton body, artificial fleece liner, elastic cuffs, zip + buttons front. One medium, one extra-large

2

life vest, inflatable, one adult medium, one adult extra-large

2

life preserver vest, adult size, tan Resistweave, mass 1 kg (armor value 9, same over coverall)

2

nylon safety harness, with tether and two metal clips (0.5 kg)

 

2

pillow case

2

pillow

2

cotton bed sheet

2

wool blanket, off-white

2

"civilian" electric blanket, various models; not camo colors. Runs on 110 volt AC power.

 

team cold weather gear - 0.2 cubic meters

2

free-standing dome tent, 4-man, usually olive drab

1

Optimus-type stove set

1

metal liter can of stove fuel, per 4 persons on the team

1

ice saw

8

white/silver space blankets

1

cold weather weapons maintenance kit, including vehicle supplies

1

magnesium fire-stick fire starter

 

trade pack - mass 15 kg 

1

nylon Jansport pack

50

gold U.S. double eagle coins (weight 33.46 grams each) = 1.67 kg. Note these "Standing Liberty" double eagles all have 1933 dates, and are all counterfeits made by the Project.

50

silver U.S. dollar coins (weight 26.73 grams each) = 1.34 kg. These "Peace Dollar" coins are authentic, and have dates from 1921 to 1928.

6

roughly one-liter bottles of liquor (typically rum, vodka, whiskey, gin, brandy, bourbon ... all at least 80 proof)

1

0.45 kg can of tobacco

1

0.45 kg can of candy

6

sewing kits

4

mirrors

6

comb-and-brush sets

var.

toiletry articles

6

knives, assorted folding and fixed blade

var.

items of fishing gear (hooks, weights, nylon line, bobbers)

 

contact pack - mass about 16 kg depending on weapon

1

floppy, felt crusher hat, in various drab colors

1

bandana neckerchief, usually red

1

denim jacket

1

pair blue jeans

2

cotton flannel plaid work shirts

1

pair Kastinger hiking boots

1

leather belt

4

pairs heavy wool socks

1

nylon Jansport pack, containing 4 candles, 40 m twine, 6 cans of food, 3 pairs of underwear, 2 undershirts, 12 ounce (0.35 liter) flask of Scotch, other assorted survival and personal items, 10 silver "Peace dollars"

1

leather bandolier, with loops for 25 rounds .44 Magnum and 12 rounds of 12 gauge

1

Smith & Wesson M29 .44 Magnum revolver, with leather belt holster and 50 rounds of ammunition

1

Remington 870 pump shotgun, with 6 round magazine, 30 rounds of 12 gauge buckshot, and leather sling

The contact pack is usually sized to a specific person on the team (never the team leader)

   

secondary vehicles 

2

Morrow Project electric motorcycle, with studded ice tires fitted, and a pair of 'regular' off-road tires as spares.

2

Morrow Project Albatross scout hovercraft

2

two-person neoprene rubber inflatable dingy, bright yellow, 2 meter long, 1.2 meter wide. Fitted with plastic oar locks, two sling seats, nylon side ropes, two plastic paddles (1.5 kg each). Capacity 180 kg, weight 9 kg (not including oars).

 

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