Well sure, I'll bite...I put together this bug out bag when I came off active duty about about a year ago. It's changed since then, but not by much. It rides in the back of my truck at all times.
On the front there are my Blue Force Gear pouches, the IFAK on the left (with EMT shears on the side) and "Boo-Boo" pouch on the right.
In the IFAK are the essentials for GSWs, pneumothorax, etc. I picked up most of it bumming from various recertification classes I had to sit through, some of it came with the pouch. Inside there is:1x Israeli Field Dressing2x Gauze1x Air Release System for chest needle decompression1x Duct tape1x (usually 2x) black rubber gloves1x Nasopharyngeal Airway (with lubricant)1x Petroleum Gauze1x QuikClot spongeFirst of all, I love the pouch. It can come completely off the bag and is self-closing. When I need just the IFAK, and not the whole kit, I can just grab the pouch and go. The Israeli Field Dressing receives enough praise in its own right, and deserves every bit. I've only used it in a training environment, but it's infinitely easier than anything else I've had to use.
Inside the "Boo-Boo" pouch I keep a pack of Band-Aids (I refill it with the 97 cent boxes of from Wal-Mart in the travel section), a bottle of hand sanitizer, lip balm, and a Neosporin spray. The little neosporin spray is really convenient. I use this section of my kit quite frequently, and it helps to have it outside the bag.
Here's a breakdown of what I keep in the rest of the bag:Shemagh (used as backdrop)Extra PT capMRE (plan on field-stripping eventually, but I've got plenty of room for now, so it's not much of an issue)Titanium Prybar from County Comm (I LOVE this thing! It gets use quite frequently, and is worth its weight in gold)Charmin Travel Toilet Paper (never know...)S-BinerCAT TourniquetTarget-brand IbuprofinSpare Battery CaseDisposable Razors ACE Instant Cold CompressSaline Lock KitSAM Splint (Again, easiest splint I've ever had to use, this thing is a valuable piece of kit. It bends but is pretty rigid when secured)Surefire G2 (not pictured)And that's pretty much it...I keep it pretty simple. Elsewhere in my truck is a sleeping bag, emergency snivel gear, etc. The only thing I don't keep but should is water. I have no way to keep it from going to astronomical temps in the truck. I've never had to bug out yet, but I've put some the components of the kit to good use. I'm open to suggestions.