Backpack Fire Pump This hand operated pump can be used to extinguish small areas of burning grass for wildfires. 5 gallons
Bark Gauge Measures bark thickness A large wooden handle (bulb shaped) is used to drive the gauge into the bark by hitting it with the palm of your hand. A scale on the handle goes from 0 to 2 1/2" to measure the thickness of the bark.
Chainsaw Used to fell trees, prune branches, and cut up logs
Chaps To protect the users legs from injury Snake bites, briars and thorns Rain, snow and mud fire
Fire Rake Used for raking fire lines to mineral soil, digging, rolling burning logs and cutting grass, leaves, needles and other light ground litter during controlled burns and wildfires.
Fire Swatter (flap) For smothering fires in grass, straw and low weeds to control or direct flames during controlled burns or in conjunction with mop-up details after fires.
Diameter Tape When wrapped around the trunk of a tree, provides readings of trees diameter
Drip Torch Used to widen fuelbreaks by burning out fuels between the break and the oncoming fire used in wildfire suppression, controlled burning, and other forestry applications to intentionally ignite fires.
Fire Weather Kit Used to measure wind up to 60 mph speed, a compass for direction and location of fire, humidity, temperature and a 100-page notebook and mechanical pencil
Hand Compass Used to navigate to known locations and to determine ones location
Increment Borer Used to extract cores of wood from trees to determine growth rate and age with minor injury to the tree
Log Rule Used to measure logs and determine board foot volume
Loggers Tape Used to measure tree diameter as well as ground distance
Plastic Flagging Used to mark utility lines and plot corners
Pulaski Forest Axe Designed for chopping, grubbing, and digging fire lines in brush filled or rocky terrain