Part of prepping is having a plan to "Bug-Out", or survive by taking only what you can carry that should sustain life and aid in survival for at least 72 hours in the event of a disaster. As a red team member, having contingency plans is a requirement. You can not just create a primary plan and expect everything to run smoothly and according to that plan.
This talk will be centered around the physical contents and methodologies behind the selections of content for my personal bug-out bag. The beauty of it being put together by a Red Teamer is that I Try to break my selections as part of the planning to ensure that only the most rigorous, multi-functional, and light-weight items for the situation make it into my bag!