Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies

  LRTC Emergency Response Team


Updated February 1, 2019
Garage location: Stagecoach, NV

This information sheet is primarily intended for persons associated with or working with the LRTC Emergency Response Team, however the information may be useful to other groups or private individuals who may wish to similarly equip a support unit or who may need to utilize the resources available from LRTC's inventory during an emergency.

Pulled by the Jeep, Rescue-3 was built to provide a more compact and rapidly deployable technical large animal rescue unit that also had reasonable off-road capability.

The inventory carried on Rescue-3 is limited to better address the need for a light-weight, first-out unit equipped to handle the majority of our technical calls. The heavy extrication and incident support equipment are carried on the "Special Operations Support" unit. An information sheet on that unit can be viewed Here.

Jeep inventory includes:

  • 8,000 Lb. winch and cable

  • Snatch block and pulleys

  • Shovel

  • Polaski Tool

  • Safety Officer vest & helmet
  • High-lift jack

  • Extra fuel

  • "Big Beam" 6v. lantern

  • Fire extinguisher

  • (Human) water cache

8,000 Lb. electric winch.

Extra fuel, fire shovel, Polaski tool, high lift jack.
(Inside rear) winch accessory box with snatch blocks and pulleys, survival pack, water cache.

Trailer inventory includes: (This listing iscomprised of live links for additional information.)

Inventory as seen from the rear.

Rescue Glides and Slip Sheets in ceiling rack.

Generator compartment.

Front compartment with inventory on door.

Spare fuel container.

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The training information presented in these information sheets and guides is offered for illustrative and volunteer refresher purposes only. It is not a substitute for actual hands-on training.

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