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What the World's Armies Eat in the Field (11 pics)

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This is what soldiers of the world's armies eat in the field.

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№1 Author: robn1 (20 Feb 2014 02:28) Total user comments: 797


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The UK one looks intriguing. :04: :12:
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№2 Author: MathIsHard (20 Feb 2014 04:24) Total user comments: 1404


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I'd like to see what Russia and China have in their rations.








Also, if you eat the peanut butter out of that U.S. MRE you won't go to the bathroom for a week :02: :62:
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№3 Author: Buster Mcnutty (20 Feb 2014 07:50) Total user comments: 202


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I could do W/out the pate
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№4 Author: Iph (20 Feb 2014 14:07) Total user comments: 1


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So... they're all eating condoms ?
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№5 Author: Lu (20 Feb 2014 19:57) Total user comments: 15082


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That will keep you going, but you keep dreaming of those T-bones on the coals.
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№6 Author: Aindy (20 Feb 2014 19:57) Total user comments: 2780


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The heaterless method US and Denmark use is essentialy a bunch of chemicals mixed into the food. This seems to me that the soldiers health is of a low priority when making those meals....

Otherwise I find Germany and UK have the best meals.

Nice post!
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