Insect and rodent traps can be inserted in door bundle loads or on vehicle secondary loads and then emplaced as part of a training task.
Additional chemicals and test materials can be dropped by door bundle or in vehicle secondary loads.
For door bundle insertion, FSC medics use a braced plywood box that fits inside an A-21 cargo bag to supplement protection of the contents.
The medics countered by using regular ice inside an insulated container in a door bundle. Water was pre-frozen inside plastic drinking bottles before being placed in the blood container.
If the medical equipment will be inserted into the operational area by door bundle or mass supply methods, the distance it will have to be moved to the designated aid station should be carefully considered.