combat rations

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combat rations

A generic term for military-issue food provided to soldiers on the front line of combat.
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The container landed in a field of nearby Hill Farm, scattering its load of army rations including dried meals, sugar, salt, coffee, tea, chewing gum, cakes, energy bars, sausages, and plastic cutlery.
Instead of army rations for dinner, Bear o ers them three rats, which they need to gut and cook rst.
Then, instead of army rations for dinner, Bear offers them three rats, which they need to gut and cook first.
To stay alive, they must learn to navigate the terrain, build shelters, make fire and supplement their meagre army rations with whatever they can forage.
From "tea-vans" that followed the troops to the sharp end, through camp canteens where many a hungry soldier compensated for army rations with a supper of "fried egg and chips" to family shops and service clubs in leave centres, NAAFI was there.
After days of burning buildings, gun shots, tales of brutality, army rations and no running water, we headed back over the Macedonian border to its nearby capital Skopje for a night of rest.
He shared his army rations with the dog - named Peg after the pegasus flying horse emblem of the Paras - and told his family he hoped to bring her home after his tour of duty.
Summary: Children in Benghazi are not being sent to fight on the frontline, but they are helping Libya's revolution by cleaning streets, working as traffic cops and dishing up army rations to rebel soldiers.
As part of relief activities, 12 trucks carrying 50 tons Army rations have been despatched to Chakdara while 83,896 cash cards were distributed amongst the IDPs of Malakand.
Along the way, get a taste of army rations, army training and army health and hygiene.
And for lunch, TA volunteers cracked out the mess tins and let the youths sample army rations.
He shows visitors the remains of a smashed television and stereo, a broken floor, discarded sand and Hebrew-labeled army rations.
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