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The weight and size of the medical gear that can be inserted by door bundles dramatically increase the capabilities for medical DZ training.
Other training opportunities with door bundles are to rig and drop blood products, establish a limited Class VIII supply point, set up the advance treatment point for the brigade aid station (BAS), conduct MASCAL, and operate powered equipment.
The individual 71G can jump limited forms in his rucksack with more in the door bundles, and a field desk can be loaded onto a mass supply platform.
Door bundles rigged immediately before aircraft take-off seem to be the best method of inserting readily available blood or blood products.
Generators in the 5-kilowatt range are too large to rig in door bundles, and they take up a lot of space in mass supply loads.