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MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION

MILITARY MRE – YOUR CHOICE MENU – 2021 INSPECTION – $10.75

MRE U.S. MILITARY Case A/B 4 Random Draw – MEAL, READY TO EAT – $37.50

NEW MRE Singles – 2022 Inspection Date – US MILITARY Meals Ready to Eat – $9.99

Case Of 14 SOPAKCO MRE Emergency Ready to Eat 09/20 Inspect Date REDUCED SODIUM – $58.99

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Recent Survival Gear Additions

The Angelina River near Jasper, Texas

The summer of 2010 was not only a great summer that will never be forgotten (at least by me anyway), it was also the summer that a lot of new survival gear was added to my inventory.

1. Large MOLLE pack – after much debate, I figured it was time to jump on the MOLLE pack bandwagon. Instead of hauling my large ALICE pack around on camping trips, I have switched to a 4,000 cubic inch Large MOLLE. I miss the outside pockets of the ALICE pack, but that has been fixed by adding a Maxpedition clam pouch and a couple of sustainment pouches. The only thing I need now is an internal radio pouch, and everything will be good to go.

I have a lot of backpacks, but only 3 in the 4,000 cubic range – a Kelty, large ALICE pack and now the new large MOLLE pack.

2. Magellan sleeping pad – after sleeping on the ground for almost 30 years, its about time that I got a sleeping pad. The Magellan sleeping pad I got folds in half, and then rolls up about the size of a cantaloupe.

Back around 1995 or 1996 I bought a rather cheap
sleeping pad, but it was big and bulky. Even though I have owned it for 14 – 15 years, its only been on maybe 6 camping trips. I wanted something that was small enough to fit inside my pack folded in half, or outside my pack not folded in half.

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