9217 SurePak 12 MRE’s- Meals ready to eat.
- 12 Full Meals (MRE’s)
- 900 – 1000 Calories per meal. No cooking required. Eat hot or cold
- 5 Year Shelf Life (Depending on storage temperature)
- 12 Mains, 12 Sides, 12 Desserts, 12 Crackers, 12 Jams, 12 Spreads, 12 Beverages, 12 Acc Packs
SOPAKCO’s SURE-PAK 12 tm meal case was designed to meet the needs of the end user who requires a top-of-the-line, fully-configured MRE meal case. With 12 mains, 12 sides, 12 dessert packs, 12 crackers, 12 spreads, 12 beverages, 12 coffees.
- USA Meal Cold Weather FULL CASE freeze dried sealed new
Full case of 12 USA Meal, Cold Weather. Menus #1 through #12. Date of packing 2016, inspection date 2019 Meal, Cold Weather/Long Range Patrol (MCW/LRP) What is it? The Meal, Cold Weather/Food Packet, Long Range Patrol (MCW/LRP) provides an operational ration for two separate operational scenarios. The Meal, Cold Weather (MCW) is intended for cold weather feeding, it will not freeze and supplies extra drink mixes for countering dehydration during cold weather activities. It can be issued at three per day for a complete cold weather ration. The MCW is packaged in a white camouflage pouch similar to the RCW. The Food Packet, Long Range Patrol (LRP) is a restricted calorie ration meant for special operations, where resupply is not available and weight and volume are critical factors. It is issued at one per soldier per day for up to ten days. The LRP is packaged in a tan camouflage menu pouch similar to the current MRE. The combined product assembly consists of twelve ration/meals packets per shipping container. The weight of each case is approximately 15 pounds and it measures approximately 1.02 cubic feet. What’s in it? The twelve menus contain dehydrated entree items as well as other accessory items. Each menu provides approximately 1540 kilocalories (15% protein, 35% fat, and 50% carbohydrate). One menu bag is used for the LRP, which is a restricted calorie ration that is designed to be used as one menu bag for one individual per day. The MCW requires three menu bags per person per day and provides for 4500 kilocalories that is necessary to replenish loss of energy from exertion in extreme cold. How do I eat it? The individual prepares the food. An average of 34 ounces of water is required to hydrate all components in the average individual menu bag. Menu information can be found by searching for: Meal cold weather menus