Each Scout should prepare in advance and bring to camp a 72-hour kit. A list of supplies for the kit can be found in the Emergency Preparedness
Merit Badge handbook published by BSA, from community resources, or http://lds.about.com/od/preparednessfoodstorage/a/72hour_kit.htm. (8c) Bring personal emergency pack to camp. Many of the items should already be in the Scout's pack. (9c) Bring signed note from parents indicating a family meeting was held to discuss emergency preparedness.
Include in each kit a personal waterproof emergency ID tag listing name, birth date, pertinent
medical info, immediate family member names and designated family emergency contact
at least 100 miles from residence.
Prerequisites for Emergency Preparedness (E)
(1) Earn the First Aid merit badge.
(8) Bring a copy of your Troop mobilization plan or Scoutmaster's note...