In further addition, the top most article seems to be lacking four vital pieces of equipment.
Extra Pairs of Socks-Change your socks to keep your feet dry and to prevent blisters.
(TIP) TO AID IN THE PREVENTION OF BLISTERS, TURN YOUR SOCKS INSIDE OUT BEFORE YOU PUT THEM ON. THAT FUZZY INNER PART TENDS TO PRODUCE FUZZBALLS THAT WILL CREATE FRICTION AGAINST YOUR SKIN AND CAUSE A BLISTER
Foot Powder and Baby Wipes- Highly recommended to keep your feet clean and dry. These are the base elements of any good foot-care kit. Moleskin is also a plus.
Extra Shirts- Prickly heat is a real dirty bitch and is even more pesteringly itchy than a good old dose of the clap. Keep your skin clean and change your shirt when your stop. A sweat-soaked shirt keeps you cool while you are moving but when you stop and it starts to dry, change it.
Salt Pills or ORS- Salt your food when you are in camp. You need to retain water while you are out there and you don't need to drink so much water that your urine is clear. If you drink too much water you just flush the electrolytes out of your body and get cramps.