It was that 1990 FPSGP in the silver pop top can... but yet the 1988 version was perfect. You have that older version with the spam can style right? I have higher hope for those. We shall see. I got a couple of them too! Need to check em out!
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- Wed May 08, 2019 5:59 pm
- Forum: MRE/Ration Videos
- Topic: My first Review video!....and a question
- Replies: 3
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Will be checking this out later... awesome! I've got one of these too in a green pouch that I need to try. I'm about 99% sure they are a commercial ration marketing as military... Like a lot of the Russian rats you see out there. You can browse their website and order them yourself. Here's a transla...
If you get the whole case, check the TTI sticker first. When trying an this old ration, use your common sense like does it smells suspicions? Are the pouches "swollen"? Do they taste "odd"? Do you get a "numb" feeling in your moth etc. They could be still OK but it´s like a frozen lake - the ice co...
- Sun May 05, 2019 1:28 pm
- Forum: MREs
- Topic: MCW’s, what’s your favorite menu??
- Replies: 20
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They are great! The freeze dried entrees are bigger and more filling than a normal MRE meal, cant compare to an ORP main since I've never had one but the mcw I've had was great. Let us know how it was and which menu your trying !
The PLA have a type 09 & type 13 that are official. Green and Tan Bagged. Plenty of reviews of those out there to see for yourself. I'm not sure on that "T13". Never seen that one before, maybe someone else can confirm if civilian. It looks different than the 09/13's i've seen with it's logo but yet...
One final interesting point. His hometown, Argentia, was the eventual site of a US Naval Base built in Newfoundland during WW2, the land being given to the US by Britain as part of the Lend-Lease Program. It was always a sad thought to know that he had left home in 1940 to fight for his Empire and ...
In Russia every year there is a procession or action "Immortal regiment". People come there with portraits of their dead relatives who fought, then all go to the laying of flowers at the monuments.These processions are held in almost every city. Prado thanks for sharing all your history. That parad...
- Fri May 03, 2019 8:57 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: WWII - End of War Troop Transport Ship Newspaper & Welcome Aboard Instructions Scanned Original Documents
- Replies: 8
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Re: WWII - End of War Troop Transport Ship Newspaper & Welcome Aboard Instructions Scanned Original Documents
Vehicle is a 3/4 ton Dodge. Here's a modern pic. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e1/Dodge_WC-51_during_the_VII_Aircraft_Picnic_in_Krak%C3%B3w.jpg/300px-Dodge_WC-51_during_the_VII_Aircraft_Picnic_in_Krak%C3%B3w.jpg Your quite right! Thanks elandil. Love learning about this stu...
Here's a few of my family uniforms from WW2. Your browser should "right them" the correct way when opening the attachment. The first photo with the USARPAC insignia (blue background, stars and red arrow) is of my grandfathers. He was an enlisted man that served in the 8th service command in the US b...
- Fri May 03, 2019 1:59 pm
- Forum: International Ration Reviews
- Topic: Spanish Breakfast #3. My 1st video!!
- Replies: 10
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Yes, Great job Viper! Thanks for the shout outs. Honestly, that was a wholesome as apple pie review. Really bummed out about your chocolate though, that looked pretty rough. Mine was in perfect shape and came from the same batch! What the heck! Looks like you need a tray! There's so many different v...