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MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box A, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 1-12 Reviews

MREs (Meals Ready-to-Eat) Box A, Genuine U.S. Military Surplus, Menus 1-12

  • Genuine U.S. Military Issue
  • Flameless heater in every meal
  • 1250 calories each, with protein/fat/carb mix of 13/36/51%
  • Each box comes with 12 meals in airtight, waterproof polymer bag
  • Easy to pack and transport, great for emergencies

These MREs are genuine U.S. military issue, not commercial or civilian knockoffs. Each box comes with a full 12 meals, and every mean includes a flameless ration heater–all you need is water and a few minutes to have a hot meal. Each meal comes sealed in a waterproof airtight polymer bag, and includes an entree, a side dish, crackers/bread, spread, dessert/candy, and a cold beverage base. They also feature amenities like utensils, napkins, matches, creamer, sugar, salt, and gum. Some have hot beverages or hot sauce, depending on the meal. Each meal provides around 1200 calories for an active person on the move, and is tailored to provide a good mix of protein, fat, and carbs (13/36/51%) for optimum nutrition.

Whether camping, hiking, hunting, traveling, or simply staying prepared for emergencies, MREs offer a simple, easy-to-store, easy-to-transport package that can mean a hot, nutritional, and filling meal whenever or wherever you need. And, again, these are not commer

Price: $ 94.00

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24 Comments/Reviews

  • Stephanie says:

    Can someone give me much more facts on the “quotas” of liberty bonds that men and women had to fulfill?

  • Sean is a Villa Fan says:

    I plan on shooting alot with my new ar 15 m4a3 carbine. Ammo is expensive so can i save some money by buying military surplus ammo? Is it bad for the gun?

  • shayne trotter says:

    By survival Camp out i mean, me and my friend want to stay outsides on the edge of the woods around his house and try to “Live off the land” for a while. What supplies should we bring? one meal of course. knife. What else?

  • KidsChoiceAwards2012 says:

    Anniversary gist.
    I know these services exist, but I could only find the Allen Brothers website and I wasn’t too impressed and would like more choices.

    i hear they have like filet mignon meals w/ trimmings that are pre-cooked and freeze dried. Something like that I would like to look at too.

  • Madison Gallucci says:

    I am just curious as to what exactly would happen short of an economic collapse? Due to them buying so much of our debt and all.

  • Moelaseirra Tan says:

    I am using genuine vista home Premium. Does i need to install different windows security updates? what are the advantages/disadvantages of these security updates? Some updates are of big size. this will consume lots of hard disk space? Does installing these updates slow down my PC?

  • Kory L says:

    What is the best place to buy military surplus rifles? And what are some of the best surplus rifles for the price?

  • Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused says:

    This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine. In 8 day(s) Office applications will be marked as not genuine. Genuine Office helps guard against vulnerabilities that may exist in non-genuine copies. I uninstalled, then reinstalled Office 2003, and I still get the same message. How do I fix it?

  • kalli barcroft says:

    So what are we supposed to do, if an enormous salt water crocodile is on your trail, and you neither have a gun nor a place of safety within easy reach?

    They say with sharks, one just needs to keep fighting and target it’s eyes and gills (using this strategy always gives you a chance to survive, as the shark would prefer an easier meal). How effective would this be against a full-grown crocodile though?

  • Mel says:

    Military MREs were delvoped for high caloric use for deployed military personnel. If you are physically inactive, MREs will make you fat.

  • Justin Biebers Wife says:

    I’m doing some cleaning and found an army survival kit my grandfather sent me from 2000 (Y2K scare) and it has a bunch of ready to eat, individual packaged meals. Inside are sealed pork and beans, pound cake, powder for kool-aid, apple jelly, and crackers. There are also water purifying pills. Is there any reason to keep it (the apocalypse, historical value, terrible Christmas gift to someone I hate) or should I trash it?

  • BooksForU says:

    I would like to try it and I would like to find them for cheap

  • Tom Blake says:

    Anniversary gist.
    I know these services exist, but I could only find the Allen Brothers website and I wasn’t too impressed and would like more choices.

    i hear they have like filet mignon meals w/ trimmings that are pre-cooked and freeze dried. Something like that I would like to look at too.

  • Mark Nork The Dork says:

    …for cheap prices and good quality. Also, which military surplus firearms do you recommend most?

    Thanks.

  • Daniel Miljak says:

    Hey guys,

    I joined the Canadian military about 5 months again. I have no yet recieved my name tags for my combats (Not dog tag, name tag) I was wondering if anyone knows where I can order custom name tags for my green combats.

    Thank you

  • Anna Karollyne says:

    What happens to consumer surplus if the price of a good increases?

    A. It increases
    B. It decreases
    C. It is unchanged
    D. It may increase, decrease, or remain unchanged

  • Dilek Deniz says:

    So what are we supposed to do, if an enormous salt water crocodile is on your trail, and you neither have a gun nor a place of safety within easy reach?

    They say with sharks, one just needs to keep fighting and target it’s eyes and gills (using this strategy always gives you a chance to survive, as the shark would prefer an easier meal). How effective would this be against a full-grown crocodile though?

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    For a Joomla website how do you get the drop down menus to display correctly in Internet Explorer 6?

    http://www.orchardesignsdemo.net/cbs/

    The drop down menu doesn’t display correctly in Internet Explorer 6 with the menus that should appear to the right of the drop down menu being cut off.

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  • Sly cooper says:

    I need to make a dvd with several chapters and I can’t figure out how to make menus. Please help!

  • Courtney says:

    My friends and I are planning on camping on a large property that’s a few miles away from a town. Considering we’re going to have to do everything by foot…

    What is the least amount of food a person should eat to remain healthy? We’re trying to think of the cheapest solutions. We’re about to start Wwoofing but we’d really like to just camp for about a month. How can we stay healthy and spend the least. No nutritional substitutes/supplements, no pre-packaged meals…

  • Melisa Klenke says:

    i have kinda tiny braids in my hair and theyve turned to dreads and i wanna know if anyone has heard of this removal kit http://www.knottyboy.com/shop/product/emergency_dreadlock_removal_kit/
    has anyone had experience with this product or company?

    thx if help

  • Anne Felton says:

    For a Joomla website how do you get the drop down menus to display correctly in Internet Explorer 6?

    http://www.orchardesignsdemo.net/cbs/

    The drop down menu doesn’t display correctly in Internet Explorer 6 with the menus that should appear to the right of the drop down menu being cut off.

    How do you fix this?

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