"dc-r" docu center ramstein Dreidimensionale Objekte [DCR2012_0043_09]

Accessory Packet aus einem MRE, Einmannpackung

Accessory Packet aus einem MRE, Einmannpackung (dc-r docu center ramstein CC BY-NC-SA)
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Accessory Packet, Zusatzartikel für eine Einmannpackung (englisch: MRE) in durchsichtigen Kunststoff eingeschweist: Kaffee, Tee, Milchpulver, Zucker, Salz, Streichhölzer, Kaugummi, Toilettenpapier und ein Fläschchen Tabasco.

The United States’ MRE is packaged similarly to the Canadian ration. Each sealed plastic bag contains one entire precooked meal, with a number of supplements and accessories. The original 12 menus have been expanded to 24 and now contain a variety of ethnic and special request items as well. Kosher/Halal and Vegetarian menus are also provided. Each meal bag contains an 8-oz main course (packaged in a four-layer plastic and foil laminate retort pouch), 8 hard military crackers, some form of spread (cheese, peanut butter, or jelly), a fruit-based beverage powder, some form of dessert (cake, candy, cookies, or fruit), and an accessory packet containing coffee or tea, creamer, sugar, salt, matches, a plastic spoon, and toilet paper. A chemical heater is packed with every meal. (


Kunststoff, bedruckt, Papier, Lebensmittel


H 14,5 cm; B 12 cm; T 2,4 cm

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