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September 8, 2010 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Food
Hare some of the combat meals that the troops in Afghanistan receive from various nations. I’ll take any of these over my daily Swanson’s fried chicken dinner any day.
The italian one looks the yummiest one
I would not reject anyone of these combat meal rations. They are all good food and in my case do not create any “fussy” feelings. Some people may be too particular. But this is an exceptional case where any friendly unit could share in their supplies with no problems. Many would be great for a camping trip for foreign meals. I have enjoyed many MREs, they are not bad at all!
I’m not sure about other countries, but the American MRE’s (Meas Ready to Eat) are pretty good. They have things like lasagna, jamabalya, pasta, sirloin, shrimp and more.
The truth is that the German High Command seems to have been so mesmerized by the easy victories in Poland, Scandinavia and France, that they forgot an eternal maxim of warfare: