What tools if any Do you carry on your helmet at all times

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Accountability tags, seatbelt cutter and like a few others a family picture for good luck.
Yeah. I can't count the number of times that I've been in a structure fire and needed to write a note! LMAO!
Garrity light, a couple of wedges and my nomex hood up under the suspension straps (until I need to put it on).
Let's see......... a flashlight, door chock, flask, a spiining propeller, those double beer holders, an LED sign that says "I fight what you fear", and a six foot cb antenna.
awesome....so that was you I spotted at the last barn fire then......please don't ever fall down...with all the crap you carry you would starve to death before you could get up......LOL
That's a great idea! I wonder if the wife will notice a few inches missing from the mop handle...
2 lights(Vantage spot and LED flood) and 1 wedge, 2 PAR tags
The dam Bullards we use are too heavy as it is. Any tools I need are carried in my coat pocket.
Nothing.

Well, the visor that's attached.

I will get a light at some point, waiting on determination on what type is going to be approved for use.
Having an OSH issue with lights being ordered taken off due to entanglement issues.
my wife isnt home so she will never notice hehehehehehe
42 oz to the lb. My c-spine will rejoice when they are replaced! Only a light on this anchor.
Paul
I'm still trying to figure out how to put blue lights on it so that I can pass people on scene.

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