The trying pan is teflon coated and may be used for cooking, for
collecting rain water, for melting snow and ice, or as a wash basin
for personal hygiene. Holes are drilled in the side panels of the pan
to allow the insertion of wire or of a small branch for lifting the pan
when too hot to handle.
2-17. EQUIPMENT BAG (Figures 1-3,1-4,
1-5; items 23, 24 and 18)
The bag is used to store survival components until they are used.
The bag may also be used for storage of foodstuffs.
2-18. RIGID SEAT SURVIVAL KIT
CONTAINER (Figures 1-3, 1-4, 1-5)
The container can be kept for storage of food and other items or for
collecting rainwater for drinking or for personal hygiene. It can also
be used as a seat for comfort.