Or Individual First Aid Kit for those of you none Military type folks. Had a chance to use two the other day. Each kit has an Israeli Combat Dressing, Nasal Airway, Tourniquet, Packing Gauze and some other assorted stuff.
And I got to use it on.... A Horse.
Heading down Tinker AFB for some Time with a Brother by a Different Mother when I came up on a Accident involving a Two Horse trailer that had come unhitched from Its prime mover. It had run off the road and buried the tongue in the dirt alongside the highway. The results were not optimal. One horse was killed on impact and they had a devil of a time getting the other one out of the trailer. One gentleman who stopped got a busted hand for his efforts. I pulled up and checked out the survivor. He had a laceration down the right forearm from the elbow to the knee. Ripped up pretty good. Shocky and shivering and a couple of folks were working on getting him calmed down. I pulled out the Israeli dressings and went to apply them to his cut. He didn't like that much so I let him chill for a bit. Had the one gentleman stand on his port side so he wouldn't move away from me and got down to wrapping up his leg. He didn't fuss too much this time and I got the second one on without too much trouble. Lady pulled up about the same time Missouri Highway Patrol got there. Said she was a Veterinarian and asked if I had cleaned out the wound, Told her I had been lucky just to get the bandages on without getting my ass kicked by a two thousand pound animal "Thank You very Much" and said she was more then welcome to give it a shot. Gave my info to the Trooper and said Adios. Good kid. They are getting younger each day. Having had some horse vs Car accidents back in the day, asked Him what he was going to do about the dead one, He told me that was for the Tow Truck Driver to worry about. I got out of there before that illustrious gentleman got to perform that duty. Now I have to replace the dressings, not sure supply is going to accept my Explanation when I go in to request replacements.
So I had the Jetta into the shop for the recall. Almost 200K on the engine and running great. The DAY after I get it home, I am getting on the interstate and "Booof". Loose all power, no throttle response and I am a glider at this point. Coast down to the next exit, get off and pull into the parking lot at the bottom of the ramp. Call Triple A and get towed to my mech. He finally gets to tear into it this am. Pulls the hose off the inter cooler and oil pours out. Best guess is the seals to the turbo took a powder and dumped oil into the air intake and drained down into the bottom of the inter cooler.
No car payments for the last 5 years and now this. Anybody have a low time 2.0 Diesel you wanna get rid of?