x1 1L bottle (for cooking).
x1 2L canteen with insulator and strap, carried this around and drank out of it. 1L is just too little for the conditions and level of physical activity.
x1 3-person tent. Ideally it'd be better if it was 2 for weight and size, but I had a 3-person so I used it.
x1 Super-shitter Coleman sleeping bag. 30 degree rated and huge, otherwise it's fine. The size is my #1 complaint with it.
x1 Closed-cell foam pad. No complaints, it works and it won't break.
x1 Inflatable pillow.
x4 Black shirts (company policy).
x1 Cold-weather jacket.
x1 Light yellow rain jacket on the off chance it somehow got wet (it didn't).
x4 Pair thick wool socks, plus one on person.
x1 Pair of leather fire boots.
x1 Tub of boot wax.
x1 Bag of sanitation wipes, as a shower substitute.
x1 Bar of soap in case we had an on or near-site water source to wash (we didn't).
x1 Tarp as an extra ground sheet or shade.
x1 10,000 mAH Battery pack for phone.
x1 Phone cable.
x1 Phone, used as GPS primarily.
x1 Fixed blade knife with sheath.
x3 Spare AAA batteries (for headlamp).
x4 Underwear, plus one on person.
x1 Parana breathable pants, plus one on person.
x1 Roll of small Gorilla tape.
x1 Belt, on person.
x1 Rite-in-rain pocket notebook.
x1 Roll of 3M moleskin tape.
x1 Bottle of Goldbond foot powder.
x1 Bottle of Blue Lizard sunscreen.
x1 stick of chapstick.
x1 Small toothpaste.
x1 Eyedrop (just in case I get dust or something in my eye).
x1 Cashmere beanie (never wore, too hot at night).
x1 Flashlight (Adjustable, 50 / 320 / 1,050 / 4,400 Lumens).
x1 Neck gater (extra sun protection + dust protection).
x1 Oakley M-Frames, because they're far more comfy than issued safety glasses.