French special forces have developed a new / /

French special forces have developed a new / /

The Commissariat of the French armed forces began testing the new rations, designed specifically for special operations forces.

As reported by Zone Militaire, trials of rations conducted special forces unit, operating in one of the combat zones. New rations has high calorific value and less stringent storage conditions.

Dry soldering is a specific set of products designed for the nutrition of soldiers during the day. Another name for dry food — individual diet. Dry rations are usually created specifically for different types of troops depending on the conditions in which the operate.

New rations for special operations forces has an energy value of 3900 calories

Its membership included energy bars, packets of various foods rich in proteins, fortified with vitamin C fruit juices, and several types of sandwiches with whole grain bread. All the products in rations can be stored at a wide temperature range.

According to the Commissariat of the French armed forces, new rations are developed based on the U.S. FSR (First Strike Ration), designed to supply soldiers for three days. Its energy value is 8700 calories at 2900 kilocalories per day.

FSR is powered fighters in heavy fighting. It can be stored for two years at a temperature of 27 degrees Celsius. In the composition of the ration of sandwiches, canned meat, beef jerky, chocolate, various drinks, including tea and coffee. Feature of soldering the FSR is that it is possible to open and eat in motion.

According bmpd, currently the French military supplied with dry ration RCIR designed for the NATO standard

It comes in sealed box weight 1,5−1,8 kg. The energy value of rations designed for a day is 3200 calories. It consists of crackers, sweets, drinks, Breakfast, soup and two main dishes. All there are 14 different menu dry rations.

In August 2015, researchers at the Center for army research, development and technology has started testing the new packaging for rations, which will allow you to store food in warehouses at a temperature of 27 degrees Celsius for three years, instead of the current two. In space food will maintain freshness up to five years.

In addition to the various individual diets for the military, there are special rations for the civilian population caught in areas of natural disasters or combat operations. On such dry rations you can read in our material.

Vasily Sychev