In effort to be better prepared for the chance meeting of a would be active shooter, terrorist, or otherwise trauma-inflicting sociopath, I began carrying an ITS Tactical EDC trauma kit last summer in my daily EDC bag. I continuously questioned the legitimacy of it and felt it wasn't enough albeit stocked with great gear. Here's that and please forgive the brightness: IMG_20170428_163119799 by ArkansasFan, on Flickr Going in search of a very compact trauma kit, hearty enough to treat penetrating injuries, I couldn't find a pouch small enough to fit my needs. I ended up ordering a small pouch from 5.11, which turned out to be larger than I anticipated. I'm not satisfied, but it's a start. To that I added the contents of the ITS Tactical EDC trauma kit, plus a few other items. Since taking the picture, I've added a few large BandAids that are about as big a credit card because they wouldn't fit in my Altoids booboo tin. Below is my Trauma IFAK: IMG_20170428_163739314 by ArkansasFan, on Flickr IMG_20170428_163046398 by ArkansasFan, on Flickr IMG_20170428_163015971 by ArkansasFan, on Flickr IMG_20170428_162609182 by ArkansasFan, on Flickr Since taking the pictures I've discovered the Blue Force Gear Micro Trauma Kit NOW, and plan to incorporate that into my EDC and transition the above kit to my field gear. Constructive criticism is welcomed and encouraged.