EAM Jungle Survival Kit Jsk-14

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Part# 13-12829
MFR Model# S3026-101


This kit contains equipment for survival and search/rescue aids for use by aircraft crew and passengers after an emergency landing in uninhabited, jungle terrain. Meets Specifications of Aeronautica Civil for several Latin Countries.

Collection of equipment designed for survival and search & rescue situations in case of an emergency.
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WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.


  • Use Duration 5 Days
  • Approx. Weight 11 lb
  • Approx. Size 4 x 8 x 14 in

In The Box

  • RE1096-101 woodsman's case 1
  • RE1052-1 insect repellant 4
  • RE1095-1 gatorade, mix, 0.4 oz 4
  • RE1095-2 gatorade, mix, 2.12 oz, alternate for item 30 1
  • RE1053-1 water purifier kit 1
  • RE1090-101 water bag 1
  • RE1056-1 matches, can of 16 1
  • RE1025-101 compass 1
  • RE1002-105 signal mirror 1
  • RE1005-101 flare launcher kit 1
  • RE1029-1 flare, 12 ga 6
  • S3003-101 shelter 1
  • RE1007-101 fishing kit 1
  • RE1015-2 survival manual 1
  • RE1170-101 survival rations package 2
  • RE1119-1 rope, 120 ft., 1000 lbs. test nylon 1
  • RE1093-1 knife, positive lock 1
  • RE1013-101 first aid kit 1
  • RE1075-1 towel wet 12
  • R0092-101 inner case 1
  • S3017-107 outer case 1
  • S3081-1 component maintenance data sheet 1
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