Disaster Equipment

Special circumstances call for special tools. Here’s a few used by police and rescue personnel.


Street Thunder megaphone capable of delivering clear voice at distances of up to 900 feet. This particular megaphone is also equipped with a police siren. $80


Chemical resistant HazMat boots $50


Tactical gas mask $190


Homeland Security Field Guide $22


Incident command board with built-in radio and cell phone pouches, dry-erase board, and other handy hidey-holes. Designed to hang from vehicle window. $160


Disaster rescue kit especially suited for areas prone to floods, earthquakes, or other natural or man made disasters $80

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Thanks to Galls for today’s images

3 replies
  1. Elena
    Elena says:

    I sure could use a Street Thunder for those occasions when I take someone in a wheelchair or walker to the mall. Too many people need to be reminded of their manners. Since the rude ones are at least middle age, they probably have some hearing problems – couldn’t hear their mother’s when they were teens.

  2. Lee Lofland
    Lee Lofland says:

    May 12, 1985. Philadelphia police bombed a house occupied by MOVE (a radical African American organization headed up by John Africa). There was a big standoff between the group and police during the 70s.

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