Evacuation: What to Take With You Content provided courtesy of USAA. An impending disaster, such as a hurricane or wildfire, could force your family to flee... Published Jun 2, 2014 9:22 AM Reading Room Military Life SHARE Provided by USAA Content provided courtesy of USAA. An impending disaster, such as a hurricane or wildfire, could force your family to flee from your home. Here’s a quick list of key items to consider grabbing on your way out — if time allows. Clothes, sturdy shoes, blankets and toiletries. Extra keys for home and car. Gallon jugs of water. Three-day supply of nonperishable food. Manual can opener. Health and first-aid items, including prescriptions, medications and items for children or seniors with special needs. Cash and credit card. Important papers, such as marriage license and birth certificates, deeds to your home and property, and a home inventory of possessions in case you must file a claim. Computer hard drive, laptop or tablet and charger. Smartphone and charger. Pet supplies, such as food, bottled water, dishes, bedding, medications, veterinary records and cat litter/pan. ______ Read more of USAA’s great articles and blogs here. ______ MORE TO READ RELATED National Guard soldier missing for over a month has been found safe “We are relieved to hear today Spc. Michaela Nelson had been found." READ NOW RELATED The case for why those obnoxious ‘Pit Viper’ sunglasses should be allowed in military uniform Read up, barracks lawyers. RELATED ‘Michaela, we want you to come home’ — Family pleads for information on soldier missing for over a month “We love you, we want to help you in any way we can."