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What Food is in a Croatian Military Ration Pack?

A Croatian Armed Forces Ration (photo credit: Crombat Rations)

If you have ever wondered what Croatian soldiers who are in combat or in other field conditions where organised food facilities are not available eat, rest assured it is not too shabby.

The Croatian army, like others, supplies individual 24 hour Ready-to-Eat rations in lightweight packaging. So what is in them and what gets the soldiers through the day?

The guys from Crombat Rations – which is a three member team from Croatia that collects and reviews military rations from all over the world – reveal all.

Check out their review and find out what soldiers are typically given to last them 24 hours.

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