K ration developed under U.S. Army Colonel Roland for U.S. Army soldiers in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
Nutritious food for U.S. Army soldiers in the United States. A group of U.S. soldiers seated among a few trees and having food. The soldiers having pre-cooked meat, which is an emergency ration developed in a laboratory. Nutritionists and army officers tasting food in a laboratory. Different cans with labels 'breakfast', 'dinner' and 'supper'. Three K ration packets developed for the army. 'U. S. Army Field Ration K, Supper Unit' written on one of the packets. A few soldiers seated on an army tank having food. One of the men puts contents of a packet in a mug. Commandos having K ration. Soldiers smoking cigarettes. Colonel Roland, who developed the K ration, speaking. He says that the K ration has been developed to provide soldiers with food under emergency situations and is suitable for all climatic conditions. The items used in K ration are tested. Several recipes are tested for soybean biscuits. Colonel Roland seated with other officers at a table and tasting different soybean biscuits.
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