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FIRST STRIKE RATIONS (MRE X 3)

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1 FIRST STRIKE RATION= 3 MEALS 24HR RATION. INSP/TEST DATE 06/2022 You will receive 1 FSR

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Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all
By Ruben Rivera Jr on February 10, 2020
This is the first time I've ever eaten a First Strike Ration, and I've only come to know the existence of such a ration from the user known as Steve1989 on YouTube from his ration reviews. The ration that I have received was menu #4.

Judging by the date, this ration was manufactured in Feb 2019, and would expire approximately sometime in 2021, depending on the temperature and storage conditions. I believe I had a very wide variety a food choices in my purchase. I separated my ration as follows:

Breakfast:
Coffee w/creamer & sugar packet (comes with 1 sugar, 2 would have been better)
Multigrain snack bread w/jalapeno cheese spread (the bread was quite tasty with a hint of sweetness)
Turkey nuggets (it takes a good few bites to bust them apart, but the turkey meat was a bit smoky & delicious, also double wrapped for freshness)
Cinnamon bun (in the shape of a pastry, poofy, smooth, soft and very flavorful)

Lunch:
Cheddar pretzels (essentially, they are combos cheese filled pretzel snack)
Raisins (fresh and delicious)
Mexican style wrap (shelf stable burrito, not too bad, used with hot sauce, it had a kick to it)
Orange base beverage mix (I added too much water, but it was like a less sweet version of Tang mix)

Dinner:
BBQ chicken breast (yes, an actual cooked grilled chicken breast with bbq sauce, and amazingly fresh & tender)
Peanut butter dessert bar (the peanut butter tastes like a reduced sugar peanut butter filling from the Reese's pieces candy)
Fruit punch base beverage mix (smells & tastes like Kool aid)

As the title states, you'll notice the 3X on the description, although some people might find it misleading, with the amount of product that is inside of the FSR, technically speaking, it is 3 meals in one FSR, as it is a 24hr ration. I had decided to consume the ration today to see how my body would react to the food contents, and in my opinion, the ration has satisfied my hunger throughout the day, and yes, no lie, the only thing I have had to eat today was only this ration so I could give my best personal review on this product. Although long-term consumption probably isn't healthy because of the high carbohydrate content, I would highly recommend these meals for emergency situations, camping trips and for someone always on the go. Primarily, these are designed for use by US military personnel (than you for all you do) as they are continuously on the move. I hope they enjoy these meals as much as I did today.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2020
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By Oxide on October 26, 2020
I ordered 5 of these for my emergency disaster supplies. I’ve never eaten First Strike Rations specifically, but being an Army vet, I’ve eaten mountains of MREs. First Strike Rations are essentially 3 MREs crammed into one ration envelope. You can usually count on most of the food items inside to taste pretty good. Is it down-home cookin’ that makes love to your tongue and massages your soul? No. But they’re pretty decent.

I saw a few reviews complaining about the date and how the buyers where complaining about their food being expired. LET ME CLARIFY!!! It’s not expired. At all. There are 3 dates to worry about when dealing with military rations. Manufacture date, inspection date, and expiration date.

Manufacture date: Self-explanatory. Though, considering that the general population is clueless, I better elaborate. This is the date the ration was manufactured and packed.

Inspection date: Rations are slated to be inspected in detail 2 years after they are manufactured. Or, if the rations were inspected previously, the inspection date will be 2 years after the previous inspection date.

Expiration date: This will require some explaining. The DoD says that is a ration is not inspected by its inspection date, it is to be considered expired and discarded. This is merely the DoD standard. The reality is that military rations can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years after the date of manufacture, depending on storage conditions. So a ration manufactured in 2020, will still be somewhat edible in 2030, however some of the contents may be spoiled and unfit to eat. Can’t avoid that.

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Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2019
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