1942 US Army Field Ration C B Unit MRE Taste Test Vintage Meal Ready to Eat Oldest Food Review



This incredibly well preserved World War 2 U.S. Army Field Ration Type C B-Unit was one of the main MRE components for the war effort. Mass produced at over 1 Billion, 300 Million B-units in 1942 alone, it was an iconic part of the U.S. Soldier’s diet of WW2.

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32 comments

  1. I have no ide what is is but screw nickacado avocado. This channel bussin.

  2. Спасибо тебе друг показал нам Историю супер обзор

  3. had some Ww2 C-rations with 5pack of smokes the food was enjoyable oh yea tasty beans and ham corned beef hash

  4. Of course there's no bitterness to the coffee, you're using way too much water. I can't image it being very good in the state you made it… you made water with a mild coffee flavor, nothing more, it's not a propper coffee. Id use half of that water for the amount of coffee in that can. But what do i know, i'm only European, we know nothing about good coffee, right? American coffee is "the best".

  5. The older ration's seems to last longer?? The newest ones don't??? NICE videos!! New is crap?? .more for less like every thing made today???

  6. I worked as an airman in Titan II missile silos from 1978 to 1982. They had stacks of WWII rations on the downstairs level near our equipment. We used to break into it and eat occasionally. It was dated 1945.

  7. Hey Steve. I wonder if you could share the size of the individual sugar cubes. Looking into make a mold for the correct size sugar cubes.

  8. Meanwhile, I’m trying really hard to finish the canned food that’s about to expire in a few months. Maybe I don’t need to try so hard.

  9. in cadets in 1973 we used to have 1941 aussie ration packs–they still looked good back then–no rust on cans but the biscuits were rock hard

  10. “So I see this Old Ration has some mold- well only a little, well it’s kinda black mold so”

    eyes it intensely

    ”I just- I just gotta go for a bite of this.”

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