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Easy2Boot may do what you want. You can make a FAT32 or NTFS USB drive and place bootable ISOs on it. To make a UEFI-bootable payload though, you need to run a Windows script to convert the ISO to a partition image. Also, you need to make all the files on the USB drive contiguous and under linux the only tool seems to be defragfs which only works on FAT32 ...
I do the same and because I rebuild my tool drive (added/removed/updated tools/ISOs) quite often, I'm using (http://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Integrator)) It allows you to add/remove various distro's and tools to a usb flash drive. It's rather easy. The result will look something like this on boot: No ...
Yes, it's possible - I have a USB flash drive with several bootable .iso images on it, using Grub4Dos (which is what Hirens uses, IIRC). I don't know the details of doing this with EFI support, but a quick Googling suggests that there are various possibilities. But it might be a good idea to try to integrate some of your tools under one OS, so you don't ...
Check your BIOS settings. Is booting from USB allowed and what is the order for boot devices? Changing / verifying boot device settings should come first, IMO.
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