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Army food. Video footage

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The background is as follows. Three “mountain” rations of our army fell into our hands. After reviewing the trips with cargo for Novorossia with two of them, we decided to make the third one public. He deserved it.

As long as this idea “matured”, it itself expanded to compare with Western models. The idea was good! True, we did not manage to find analogues. Therefore, we had to be content with what we could get. And thanks to Malik, who was able in the center of Russia to arrange for us dinner from NATO's bounty.

We did not strive to make a full-fledged and deeply thoughtful analysis, we just ate these rations. And shared their feelings. To complete the picture, Malik and I starved for a day, and after each reception we took a break for 30-40 minutes. And that's what happened.

1. Emergency ration Bundeswehr.



Summary. Pros:
1. Small size.
Cons:
1. Disgusting taste of biscuit cardboard. Tea - a terrible abomination, but there is this, without drinking, - is unreal.
2. Slight saturation.
3. Requires an additional minimum of a heat source for making tea.

2. Nato standard lunch.



Pros:
1. It can be eaten.
Cons:
1. Unusual taste range: or sweetly sweet, or spicy and salty. After drinking all went to drink water.
2. Disgustingly working elements for warming up. Not only that a little warm everything, but still stinks carbide very much.
3. Saturation ... 2000 kcal we did not notice.
4. Again, requires additional heat sources for making coffee.

3. Mountain rations of the Russian Federation.



Pros:
1. Many and satisfying. And delicious.
2. Everything is at hand, it requires only water and a pot.
Cons:
1. Not enough dry fuel tablets.
2. Heavy (2,2 kg), but such a stock is pleasant.

The result, of course, is in favor of our ration. They compared items from different categories, but still absolutely natural products from the Russian diet, even if they are larger in size and weight, are preferable to the obvious “chemistry”.

We are extremely pleased that in our army today such rations. And we can only sympathize with the “colleagues” from NATO. Quite fair and reasonable.
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  1. Fox
    Fox 10 November 2014 08: 09
    +10
    compared our rations and NATO in 1990-91. after NATO, if you gulp up our stew, it’s really nothing ... but like listening to the radio. but I liked the bouillon cube there, it divorced in a mug of hot water-REAL broth. By the way, Turkish was A chocolate is Austrian. It’s also a normal chewing gum, so that after eating, you don’t brush your teeth. And ... everything else is nothing.
    1. Dmitry 2246
      Dmitry 2246 10 November 2014 12: 07
      +8
      In these years, they gave the NATO dry land for reinforcement on guard, the guys were poisoned and there was a scandal.
      Now he has presented to a friend, a former motorist officer, our modern dry road, he was sincerely happy as a child.
      1. jjj
        jjj 10 November 2014 14: 52
        +7
        One glance is enough to understand what's what. I often get some gifts from my son from the SF food ration. Very original - butter in an ordinary tin can. Canned fish have become delicious. Stew, however, is worse than "Scoop", but the soup is excellent, or boiled potatoes with stew is also delicious. I am glad that our food workers began to work not only for the sake of profit, but also with care for the service people.
  2. Alexey M
    Alexey M 10 November 2014 08: 11
    +10
    We are extremely pleased that in our army today such rations. And we can only sympathize with the “colleagues” from NATO. Quite fair and reasonable.
    Well, we still have many reasons for condolences to them.
  3. Gray 43
    Gray 43 10 November 2014 08: 20
    +6
    The soldier who is poorly fed is fighting poorly, of course there is motivation, fighting spirit, but without power it’s hard
  4. Doctor Evil
    Doctor Evil 10 November 2014 08: 43
    +12
    Good day to all! In my opinion, comparing our mountain rations with the emergency diet of the Bundes is somewhat incorrect. It (emergency) can be eaten only when it’s completely frenzied with hunger. Regarding the MPE soldering, I can add that three such packages (24 types of dishes) are laid per day, unlike ours, where everything is in one box. There was an article about rations of various armies recently. And the standard daily ration of the Bundeswehr is quite edible. But ours is still better. hi
    1. Buran
      Buran 10 November 2014 13: 55
      +10


      Here is one of the Bundes rations, quite edible. And what they showed - emergency gang, has nothing to do with rations.
      1. Buran
        Buran 10 November 2014 13: 59
        +2


        I will add, the Chinese IRP.
        1. Buran
          Buran 10 November 2014 14: 12
          +3


          Well, from the sworn brothers of Ukrainians.
          1. Buran
            Buran 10 November 2014 14: 31
            +6


            How to feed our submariners. Higher elite military ration.
    2. Mister X
      Mister X 10 November 2014 16: 45
      +2
      Quote: Doctor Evil
      There was the same article about soldering various armies recently.

      And I laid out in the summer
      Features of power intelligence in the zone of military conflicts (Part I)
      http://topwar.ru/29478-osobennosti-pitaniya-razvedchika-v-zone-voennyh-konflikto

      v-chast-i.html

      Nutrition features of a scout in a zone of military conflicts (Part II)
      http://topwar.ru/29738-osobennosti-pitaniya-razvedchika-v-zone-voennyh-konflikto

      v-chast-ii.html
  5. Pacifist
    Pacifist 10 November 2014 08: 45
    +26
    I can finish my conclusion. I take rations for fishing for several years. MRE took only once, did not finish throwing. I took the British, in principle, nothing, but the taste scale is not ours and the dubious composition. Now I go only with our reinforced. There are no nutritional problems or digestive problems. In addition, one soldering at 4500 kK is enough for a day in the summer for two peasant snouts with the remainder. Two sets are always lying in the car, just like that, you never know. Once rescued people who stood on the highway at night. They refused help in the form of a tug, they said that they would be repaired themselves, but they thanked them very much for the devour. So our rations are cool, and the weight ... here either the weight is small, or delicious and satisfying.
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic 10 November 2014 12: 52
      +6
      Quote: Pacifist
      So our rations are cool, and the weight ... here either the weight is small, or delicious and satisfying.


      The NATO one doesn’t even go into the mouth for a snack, nor taste or smell. And bite and sniff mentally turns out. smile
  6. EvaFerrari
    EvaFerrari 10 November 2014 08: 46
    +14
    I don't know what this is about, but in America and Europe, food is generally very different from ours. The dishes prepared there, even in the most luxurious restaurant, are either tasteless or tasteless. The presentation, yes, beautiful, but this is where all the "pluses" end. Even when you try to make our borscht from their products, you still get the wrong thing (by the way, when you ask about "bones" for soup in American butcher shops (outside the Ukrainian and Russian districts), the sellers are in a slight shock and almost twist the temple).
    1. RBLip
      RBLip 10 November 2014 09: 26
      +11
      Quote: EvaFerrari
      The presentation, yes, beautiful, but this is where all the "pluses" end. Even when you try to make our borscht from their products, it still turns out to be wrong (by the way, when in America's butcher shops (outside the Ukrainian and Russian quarters) you ask about "bones" for soup, the sellers are in a slight shock and almost twist the temple).

      the difference in ways, habits, a lot of things ... a man works for us, his son lives about 15 years in the United States. there he married an American (in the fourth generation). brought her here to stay. she was shocked by our kitchen (it was very tasty), of course, she took recipes from her mother-in-law for borsch, aspic, and okroshka. Well, the son later told the peasant that on her return she honestly tried to cook all this. but it turned out absolutely do not understand what to taste. then she quit, explaining that a lot of time wasted ... in turn, the peasant was visiting them, he says, they are eating one freeze or fast food like Chinese food, rolls. so it’s not for nothing that they say that it’s good for the Russian, then the Germans die wink
      1. EvaFerrari
        EvaFerrari 10 November 2014 09: 53
        +15
        The fact that Europeans and Americans are too lazy to cook on their own is a fact. What products they use plays an even greater role: it has been said more than once that in Russia the quality of vegetables, fruits and meat is much higher than in other countries. Let our apples not be so beautiful, but their aroma spreads throughout the apartment. Oh, I, as a mistress, can give my expert opinion on this repeat
        1. RBLip
          RBLip 10 November 2014 10: 53
          +2
          Quote: EvaFerrari
          Oh, I, as a mistress, can give my expert opinion on this

          love good
          1. EvaFerrari
            EvaFerrari 10 November 2014 11: 02
            +4
            Thank you sir smile
            1. RBLip
              RBLip 10 November 2014 11: 42
              +1
              Quote: EvaFerrari
              Thank you sir

              not at all, ma'am. I was glad to talk. hi
      2. Pilat2009
        Pilat2009 10 November 2014 16: 46
        +3
        Quote: RBLip
        says they eat one freeze well or fast food

        That's right. We also have one student who went to the family, so to speak, lived there. I fed them borsch and dumplings. Now that's just what they eat.
    2. castle
      castle 10 November 2014 10: 32
      +6
      Good health to all.
      Of course, there are no comrades for taste, for color. But, anyway, your opinion arose most likely due to the lack of personal experience with visiting the Czech Republic. With regards to the Czech Republic, food is everywhere, both homemade in restaurants and in cheap zucchini, very tasty and well-fed. And they feed, in my personal opinion, very tightly.
      Then. There is no standard food or standard dry rations in NATO. Each army feeds its personnel in its own way. Of course, when you travel on business trips, you’ll try everything. And on Czech dry rations, here called bojová dávka potravin (BDP), in general it’s a sin to complain. BDP has several options with different products, including BDP-T, it is heated. It all depends on where and what kind of work you are doing. Want to try, you can order at http://www.armyprodej.eu/variant/potraviny/bdp-bojova-davka-potravin/2365/2365/4
      321. It says there what you will be treated to. You will not buy blindly.
      1. EvaFerrari
        EvaFerrari 10 November 2014 10: 58
        +7
        Of course, my opinion is subjective and to some extent even generalized. Regarding your remark about the cuisine and culinary traditions of the Czech Republic, you partially proved my statement, because the Czech Republic is a Slavic country, and we have common roots in culinary traditions wink
        1. Mooh
          Mooh 10 November 2014 11: 45
          0
          What about Hungary? It’s not the Slavs at all, but they cook almost better than the Ukrainians. And the Georgians? What about the Turks? What about the Thai Thais? Hurry up with patriotic conclusions based on personal impressions wink
          1. EvaFerrari
            EvaFerrari 10 November 2014 12: 45
            +6
            You hurried with your comment. Read what I wrote above. We are talking about American and European cuisine, so the Thais, Chinese, Japanese and even Turks and other Asian and Middle Eastern countries, in principle, I did not touch. In addition, you did not take into account that my opinion is generalized (I also said about this) - i.e. these are general impressions of European and American cuisine in general; it makes no sense to consider each cuisine by region.

            PS: by the way, personal impressions on that and personal, that you can either agree with them or reject them. I do not pretend to be the ultimate truth))
            1. Mooh
              Mooh 10 November 2014 15: 55
              +1
              You just tragically unlucky with restaurants wink almost everywhere there is something to bite interesting, even the most dull Swiss and British in Europe, and they have something to offer a hungry Slav drinks
              1. boris-1230
                boris-1230 11 November 2014 00: 51
                0
                Quote: MooH
                even the dullest in Europe, Swiss and British, and they have something to offer a hungry Slav

                Hunger is the best seasoning! good
  7. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 10 November 2014 08: 46
    +3
    Sleep and food are the main thing! laughing
    1. wax
      wax 10 November 2014 22: 19
      +1
      Right! Better to overeat than not to sleep!
      1. boris-1230
        boris-1230 11 November 2014 00: 55
        +1
        When asked what is better: to be poor and healthy, or rich and sick, I always answer - it is better to be rich and healthy! good
  8. Echelon
    Echelon 10 November 2014 09: 48
    +4
    Always fishing or picking mushrooms we take one set of an individual diet IRP-B, for two men it is enough to have breakfast and lunch.
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  10. Slavs69
    Slavs69 10 November 2014 10: 25
    +6
    There was already an article about comparing rations. He spoke out there. There is nothing to add. Ours is better.
  11. Vityok
    Vityok 10 November 2014 10: 32
    +3
    I tried this ration, I liked it.
  12. Hubun
    Hubun 10 November 2014 10: 35
    +3
    very even our packs are not bad
  13. maxxdesign
    maxxdesign 10 November 2014 10: 42
    +1
    But why not compare at a price? How much is ours and how much is NATO?
    1. jjj
      jjj 10 November 2014 15: 07
      +1
      Well, ours is in rubles, it will be noticeably cheaper
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        10 November 2014 21: 45
        +2
        Yes, I forgot, I apologize.

        Our cost us in 350 rubles.
        NATO - 500.
        Bundesavaria - 450.
  14. Major_Vortex
    Major_Vortex 10 November 2014 10: 49
    0
    A good soldier should eat well - this is an axiom.
  15. buser
    buser 10 November 2014 11: 09
    +5
    I don’t know about rations, but my brother worked in an American company and he told me that they fed him, in principle, tightly, but he still didn’t eat enough ... They are all "turned" on cholesterol, and therefore there are practically no fats in food animal origin. And this is not very "zer gut" for ka3aha ...
  16. nekish
    nekish 10 November 2014 11: 33
    +4
    Clear horseradish emergency ration tasteless and "not satisfying." It is needed in order to more or less support the body in work in an emergency, and not tasty - so as not to gobble up ahead of time.
    1. jjj
      jjj 10 November 2014 15: 08
      +3
      And our NZ. Chocolate, biscuits, clear water. It also happens
    2. s1н7т
      s1н7т 10 November 2014 21: 58
      0
      Once used the food from the Soviet flight NAZ - also emergency, but did not complain about the taste, however!
  17. aszzz888
    aszzz888 10 November 2014 11: 58
    +1
    You don’t eat well, you don’t fight well. Always our food was several orders of magnitude better.
    And let those bunders and merikatnya devour their chemistry. From that they have an enema in their head.
  18. LM66
    LM66 10 November 2014 11: 59
    +13
    I have a Russian wife and domestic products, and she is preparing such poison that you wonder how she succeeds am laughing
    1. Hleb
      Hleb 10 November 2014 14: 35
      +3
      fine! bully it cooks super for me, but I also call it a kitchen pervert. for those combinations of products that seemed impossible to me before)
      1. jjj
        jjj 10 November 2014 15: 10
        +6
        Guys, only over the years you understand that one of the most important qualities of a wife is the ability to cook deliciously. And further - the character's modesty. Everything else doesn't matter at all
        1. boris-1230
          boris-1230 11 November 2014 01: 04
          0
          The first year of my life together I spent in teaching my wife how to cook food (in the army I graduated from a cookbook). For 30 years of living together, I only preserved tea brewing skills ... request
    2. boris-1230
      boris-1230 11 November 2014 00: 59
      +2
      What is worse: when the wife does not want to cook, or when she does not know how? Worse when she does not know how, but wants to!
    3. Cristall
      Cristall 12 November 2014 03: 59
      0
      Quote: LM66
      I have a Russian wife and domestic products, and she is preparing such poison that you wonder how she succeeds am laughing

      a similar wife of the same configuration made in Russia but cooking well.
      Maybe you took without a guarantee? Or some kind of special series?
  19. ROD VDVshny
    ROD VDVshny 10 November 2014 12: 20
    +2
    Quote: Fox
    our rations and NATO’s in 1990-91. after NATO’s, if you eat our stew, it’s really nothing ... but like listening to the radio.

    I do not presume to compare what is in their rations now. And before there was soy. Our rations contain natural products. From the extreme - even at a low subzero temperature, the whole drizzle in p.i.nd.so.s.a.ch.i.h. of shiny sachets freezes to a categorically inedible state. You can warm up to edible only in any vessel. It’s easier with ours .. paper from the box + splash out solariums and you can warm the jar laughing even closed.
    LM66  Today, 11:59 New

    I have a Russian wife and domestic products, and she is preparing such poison that you wonder how she succeeds

    it is not treated. Cook yourself.
  20. mervino2007
    mervino2007 10 November 2014 12: 33
    +1
    Quote: nekish
    Yasen horseradish emergency rations tasteless, but not tasty - so as not to gobble up ahead of time


    NATO emergency rations = 2000 kcal. It will not be enough for the war. This is not to die of hunger ....
  21. iCuD
    iCuD 10 November 2014 13: 20
    +1
    Hmm .. no one tells me where to get dry packs in civilian life? both ours, and especially NATO.
    1. Massik
      Massik 10 November 2014 16: 33
      +2
      Find the foreman of any military branch ...) 200 rubles were before, now it seems like 400.
    2. Doctor Evil
      Doctor Evil 10 November 2014 18: 53
      +2
      Army rations are usually sold in stores selling uniforms of NATO countries and other military second-hand. At the price of MRE it does not differ from ours, the emergency Bundes is somewhat cheaper.
  22. Triarius North
    Triarius North 10 November 2014 13: 29
    +3
    When viewing a review of our diet, saliva ran out - I ran into the kitchen to take a fridge.
    1. boris-1230
      boris-1230 11 November 2014 01: 07
      +2
      And I took a glass of pepper and took a bite of sausage. It seems to let go ... good
  23. ROD VDVshny
    ROD VDVshny 10 November 2014 13: 59
    +2
    Quote: iCuD
    Hmm .. no one tells me where to get dry packs in civilian life? both ours, and especially NATO.

    http://www.voentorga.ru/catalog/sukhpayki/ затаривайтесь fellow lol
    http://armygear.ru/product_info.php?products_id=174 и п.и.н.д.о.с.я.ч.и. есть
    1. iCuD
      iCuD 10 November 2014 20: 32
      0
      Thank you) yes
  24. Tavrica
    Tavrica 10 November 2014 14: 14
    +1
    I bought rations at the seafarers of the Black Sea Fleet, a funky thing. We took it for fishing, I didn’t eat such a delicious stew from childhood, everything is modern, ergonomically packed, dry alcohol even in abundance, a convenient plate for heating. Two people are very full.
  25. Cossack Ermak
    Cossack Ermak 10 November 2014 14: 16
    0
    Incorrect rations comparison. The same as comparing a knife, machine gun and howitzer in one review.
    1. Fing
      Fing 10 November 2014 22: 02
      -2
      Considered not only the edibility option, but also the general view of "but how is it, not with us"
  26. itr
    itr 10 November 2014 15: 33
    +3
    Buckwheat with meat rice with canned meat stew
    Plus crackers sugar and tea. I ate such a dry pie))))))))
  27. Vladimir 686
    Vladimir 686 10 November 2014 16: 30
    +1
    a standard ration of Nato 2000 Kcal gentlemen is 500 Kcal more than a daily consumption of a non-military organism in peacetime. You can use ISIS to bomb energy using such aircraft, although if piloting is serious, the pilot will bake. For an infantryman it’s extremely insufficient. I would say for infantry 3000-3500 Kcal for both the loader or the digger. Then the warrior is full, alert and ready to break everyone.
  28. Massik
    Massik 10 November 2014 16: 37
    +2
    Mountain ration is tastier, but it requires much more water than usual, it is not always convenient to carry an extra liter of water in pursuit. 3 chocolates, a bunch of dry mixes in packages and the most delicious processed cheese and liver pate. A regular ration is heavier, there are no chocolates in it, but all the main dishes are "wet".
  29. Idel
    Idel 10 November 2014 16: 57
    -1
    It is felt that the warrior is not here in principle: eat from the belly, take it to the toilet ....
    Russian so-called "dry ration" as such is not !!! An ordinary grocery set. It is touching that this is taken for hunting, fishing, etc. The brains are completely swam with bacon))))) What prevents you from just buying the canned food you need. No, you need to play a warrior-ranger with an immense ass and a huge belly)))))
    A packed ration is what is given to a soldier in combat conditions so that he does not die of starvation and can fulfill the task, and not so that he overfat. I understand that there are mostly former soldiers, for whom only to eat.
    Pack rations should be nutritious, lightweight and easy to use. This means that no canned food. Sublimated products only. The ration should be for one meal, but not daily. Heated by a chemical method, rather than dry alcohol, which is difficult to ignite in the wind and frost and from which there is little current. During the Second World War, the Germans used heating based on slaking lime. Temperature up to 100 degrees. Moreover, such a warm-up can be used both to warm your hands and to thaw something.
    What we have now -! Especially in winter. Do not take a lot of food - it's hard. It is cold when the frost is unbearable.
    And further. Now it’s fashionable to put chewing gum in rations. Frank nonsense. There is no sense in terms of hygiene, in principle, but seals, crowns and bridges fly off at a time. In the face of hostilities, this is not an ice. It is much better to put a toothpick and a mouthwash in a dry bag. Rinse aid can also be used as an antiseptic if it is made on herbal infusions
    1. Terrible ensign
      Terrible ensign 10 November 2014 18: 15
      +2
      Competent alignment. I agree with you in many respects ...
    2. Idel
      Idel 10 November 2014 19: 04
      +3
      And I’ll add. At the expense of drinks. We have tea dust in bags and some kind of chemical mixture. In an extreme environment, it is necessary to protect the health of military personnel, which means laying in dry land is not what is beneficial to the comrades, but what is good for health: sublimates of medicinal herbs. So, for example, sage gives more energy than coffee (real). Or take Ivan tea. What is bad? He was always drunk in Russia. Nothing but good. For dessert - dried fruit bars. No chemistry.
      Of course, this is from the realm of dreams, but if you put something from probiotics in the dry bed, then it's generally super! During stress, the intestinal microflora are disturbed and here the probiotics are very useful: immunity will increase, working capacity, and stress resistance.
      Now, in the context of corruption, no one cares about how to feed people in a combat situation. In addition, the inherent inertia power and unwillingness to introduce something new, progressive.
      Now imagine a soldier from the Arctic group who decides to eat in the cold and wind. He will get a bunch of canned food, but he will not be able to warm them up. Himself froze, and then also pick out the ice from the cans. What drink? THERE IS NOTHING!!!! And how will he carry out a combat mission?
      1. Fing
        Fing 10 November 2014 22: 00
        -2
        Quote: Idel
        For dessert - dried fruit bars. No chemistry.
        Of course, this is from the realm of dreams, but if you put something from probiotics in the dry bed, then it's generally super!


        Something does not match your first comment. There we mean about sublimates (light, dehydrated, chemically synthesized nutrient "preparations"). And here Ivan-tea was remembered.

        Can put plantain instead of "AI-2"?
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      2. s1н7т
        s1н7т 10 November 2014 22: 04
        0
        Quote: Idel
        He will get a bunch of canned food, but he will not be able to warm them up.

        And what, in the Russian army there is no canned food "heated" ?! Even in the SA were. But we live in "democracy", yeah.
        1. Fing
          Fing 10 November 2014 22: 09
          0
          You will not believe! Fill in Yandex "Self-heating canned food", 8 years ago I ate these at the training camp.
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            1. Fing
              Fing 10 November 2014 23: 56
              -3
              And who ever said about ours, and especially the army?
    3. Fing
      Fing 10 November 2014 21: 57
      -1
      Yes, there’s definitely no military here)
    4. Small Saturn
      Small Saturn 11 November 2014 11: 07
      0
      In the armies of which countries are all the advantages of dry rations you listed (or what they should be) present? What is more important for an adult man at -30 (during vigorous activity or, on the contrary, a long stay without movement): hearty fatty food, albeit cold, or chemical grease heated with carbide? Yes, no doubt it takes more energy to warm up food in the stomach. But the extra calories received in the cold will be very useful later, and from a lack of them, a person freezes very quickly. And what is the use of the fact that a fighter ate heated food, but then he did not have enough of those extra calories and he was still cold? Of course, at first it works and is very helpful and invigorating (hot food), but if the food was not high in calories, this makes no sense. This is about the weight of the rations and, in general, their "convenience".
  30. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 10 November 2014 20: 07
    +2
    Being in the spring in the Crimea they ate both army and navy dry rations, under different numbers from 1 to 6. An excellent thing: it’s both tasty and satisfying!
  31. Ossetian
    Ossetian 10 November 2014 21: 10
    +2
    I mainly use IRP-P (6), and in the boat and in the car there is always a couple of boxes, the thing is very convenient and very nutritious. Tushnyak may be worse than the USSR-vsky in the solidified banks, but a couple orders of magnitude better than the store bullshit.
  32. Fing
    Fing 10 November 2014 21: 54
    -3
    Quote: Idel
    And I’ll add. At the expense of drinks. We have tea dust in bags and some kind of chemical mixture. In an extreme environment, it is necessary to protect the health of military personnel, which means laying in dry land is not what is beneficial to the comrades, but what is good for health: sublimates of medicinal herbs. So, for example, sage gives more energy than coffee (real). Or take Ivan tea. What is bad? He was always drunk in Russia. Nothing but good. For dessert - dried fruit bars. No chemistry.
    Of course, this is from the realm of dreams, but if you put something from probiotics in the dry bed, then it's generally super! During stress, the intestinal microflora are disturbed and here the probiotics are very useful: immunity will increase, working capacity, and stress resistance.
    Now, in the context of corruption, no one cares about how to feed people in a combat situation. In addition, the inherent inertia power and unwillingness to introduce something new, progressive.
    Now imagine a soldier from the Arctic group who decides to eat in the cold and wind. He will get a bunch of canned food, but he will not be able to warm them up. Himself froze, and then also pick out the ice from the cans. What drink? THERE IS NOTHING!!!! And how will he carry out a combat mission?


    You probably looked extremely inattentively at the review of the mining IRP. As for tea, natural tea bags. And on the topic of chemistry - here is the composition of the drink "ADAPTON" is also indicated in the equipment
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      1. boris-1230
        boris-1230 11 November 2014 01: 15
        +4
        Rudeness is a sign of lack of culture! stop fool
  33. tochila
    tochila 10 November 2014 23: 34
    +1
    American bullshit! I tried trophies from the Supreme Council in 1993! I tried rations of the Bundeswehr army in 1991 in Karabakh - much more edible! Especially ham! But our rations are certainly better for our stomach! Even barley porridge with meat in a jar can be warmed up so it's easy the merger will be !!
  34. Fing
    Fing 10 November 2014 23: 55
    0
    Quote: Idel
    "natural bags" -)))))))))))))))) !!!!! Go away!))))))))


    It was meant:

    Quote: Idel
    At the expense of drinks. We have tea dust in bags and some kind of chemical mixture.
  35. OLE_LUKOE
    OLE_LUKOE 11 November 2014 23: 51
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    Yes, the comparison is not correct, but informative. Indeed, our rations have become better (I quit in 2011), but there are nuances. They have different packaging. There is plastic and there is camouflage cardboard. Durability, respectively, is different. When helicopter pilots threw "cardboard" to children in the mountains, even if it was packed, it was scattered no worse than a "ball bomb". Up to 90% was lost. The commander shouted ... (hello to everyone who remembers Zubarev and Shadrin). Yes, and also, when groups went to the mountains, these plastic "suitcases" were taken apart, as a rule, in advance. Not very ergonomic. Otherwise, nothing is better than Soviet barley (buckwheat) with meat. No, it's delicious, only there was nothing to warm it up in those rations.
    And the "Czechs" in the mountains at the "crossing by the sea", when it was impossible to make a fire, usually ate snickers. Gelayevtsy, when they went from Georgia, took them with them. The Abkhaz then collected the packages with handfuls at each site under the stones. Not the worst option, the Germans should be advised for a percentage of the profit :-).
  36. Cristall
    Cristall 12 November 2014 04: 12
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    I tried Amerian (one of 24 types) navy (presented with a frigate) sweet some kind of horror. Half a piece and cloying.
    I have not tried German, either, Soviet. Although at the word Soviet stew - immediately an appetite. Banks still remember
    As for the Ukrainian
    The Ministry of Defense launches the production of new Ukrainian dry rations for the army. This was announced today, July 1, by the head of the Central Food Supply Directorate of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Alexander Andrukh, the press service of the Ministry of Defense writes.
    Already made 130 thousand conventional sets and 1 thousand 300 group - for 10 people.
    "These dry rations differ from the previous ones, the shelf life of which was only nine months. The shelf life of the developed dry rations is up to two years. They have significantly increased the calorie content, which is now 4232 kcal, which is 600-700 kcal more than in the previous ones. Also, the packaging has been changed, which is adapted to storage in any conditions and has already proven itself very well when delivered by air, "Andrukh said.
    The rations include wheat biscuits, stewed beef, liver pate, cereal or pasta, concentrated soup, canned vegetables, tea, sugar and vegetable seasoning
    In general, there are sites where the TOP 10 best dry rations
    Germany
  37. Cristall
    Cristall 12 November 2014 04: 18
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    In general, there are sites where the TOP 10 best dry rations
    Germany
    The German drypike consists of several pieces of canned grapefruit, instant juice and Italian biscotto (dry biscuits). There is also liver pate, rye bread, goulash with potatoes, and for dessert - cherry or apricot jam.
    Canada

    Oddly enough, the Canadian soldiers ’diet does not have maple syrup. However, this annoying omission fully compensates for salmon fillet with Tuscan sauce, vegetarian couscous, peanut butter and raspberry jam
    USA (there are 24 species constantly changing)

    A cupcake with almonds and poppy seeds, cranberries, spiced apple cider (a hot soft drink), peanut butter and crackers are not all that is included in the diet of the American military. The main dish of the diet is pasta with vegetables in spicy tomato sauce. Also, a special package with a flameless chemical heater is included in the pack. Pour a small amount of water into the heater and then place a bag of food or drink inside it.
    France

    French gourmet diets include venison pate, duck meat stew, Creole pork and chocolate cream pudding. It also includes a one-time warmer, some coffee, an instant flavored drink, breakfast cereal and Dupont chocolate caramel.
    WB

    Almost the entire dry ration of British soldiers is replete with the names of food brands: Kenco coffee, Typhoo tea, and a small bottle of Tabasco sauce. As a main dish - so popular in English-speaking countries chicken "Tikka Masala" and vegetarian pasta. There is also pork with beans, a lot of sweets and snacks, such as a mixture of dried fruits and nuts, Polo mint sweets and, of course, a lot of tea bags - where in England without a traditional tea party. All this diversity makes dry tea reminiscent of a children's gift from Santa Claus.
    The rest here
    http://www.fresher.ru/2014/02/25/tipichnyj-armejskij-suxoj-payok-raznyx-stran-mi

    frog/
    one of their Ukrainian ex (happy new)
  38. puskarinkis
    puskarinkis 12 November 2014 11: 48
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    Somehow friends brought in several packages of Russian daily rations ... I often remember them with envy. Our, NATO-Lithuanian, dry ration consists of porridge with stew (there are several options, but the taste is one), chocolate, tea / coffee / broth / instant drink, nuts, biscuits and jam. Everything is quite edible, but ....! For a day they give out 3 packs of such a set and already on day 3 you don't want to look in the direction of that porridge! The daily ration of the Russian army provides a wider choice of products and does not become boring so quickly. The Russian diet was pleased with pleasant little things, like dry fuel with "chirkash" and sulfur on the sides, which can be set on fire against each other. We have not seen NATO daily rations, so ... if you choose between 3 packages of a single NATO diet and one Russian daily allowance, then the choice is unambiguous - I will choose the Russian one! Give two!
  39. Aydar
    Aydar 12 November 2014 12: 45
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    The soldier was completely spoiled, earlier it was usually just breadcrumbs with bacon.