Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 9, 2019

We are switching from conventional flashlights to light wands as they provide greater versatility and their LED lamps provide a significant amount of light.

In the Special Operations Support Unit, the light wands are stored in the front right shelf.

They are kept packaged to prevent their inadvertently turning on.

In addition to the side LEDs, the flashlight tip is extendable and flexible.

The bases of the light wands are magnetic so they can be used for overhead and focused lighting.

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