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Old 03-06-2013, 10:19 AM   #119671
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shouda seen "c rations"...
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:20 AM   #119672
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Oh Jesus, does he not have a clue about street cred?
He's being a father.

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Old 03-06-2013, 10:20 AM   #119673
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Yes, Chrysler/dodge/jeep
Go home, and talk to the shop foreman, head mechanic, lead tech - Whatever you call in in Canada. Go into the service bay and as who the efff! is in charge of this crap-hole. You will get the right guy, promise.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:22 AM   #119676
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My dad needs help just turning on the computer. Watching him try to google something is hilarious. He is about as far as you can be from a computer person hahaha
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Go home, and talk to the shop foreman, head mechanic, lead tech - Whatever you call in in Canada. Go into the service bay and as who the efff! is in charge of this crap-hole. You will get the right guy, promise.
Lol, I know them all there... Worked in the parts department through High school... Believe it or not.
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Hey beautiful!
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My dad needs help just turning on the computer. Watching him try to google something is hilarious. He is about as far as you can be from a computer person hahaha
move!!!
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The meal comprised the following, from left to right:

A military issue canteen (not supplied with the ration)
A B-2 unit can of 4 hardtack biscuits covered in cheese spread.
A D-3 unit can of white bread.
An M-2 unit can of franks and beans (hot dog chunks and beans in tomato sauce, which was colloquially called "beanie weenie," with a plastic spoon, behind which is the cardboard carton in which the entire Meal, Combat, Individual ration was packaged
A brown foil-wrapped Accessory Pack, containing salt, pepper, sugar, instant coffee, non-dairy creamer, two pieces of candy-coated chewing gum, toilet paper, a 4-pack of commercial-grade cigarettes (brands: Camel, Chesterfield, Kent, Kool, Lucky Strike, Marlboro, Pall Mall, Salem, or Winston), and a book of 20 cardboard moisture-proof matches
A D-2 unit can of date pudding.
A P-38 can opener (the metal object sitting on the small unopened date pudding can on the right).
The clear plastic bag in which the plastic spoon was packed

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The meal comprised the following, from left to right:

A military issue canteen (not supplied with the ration)
A B-2 unit can of 4 hardtack biscuits covered in cheese spread.
A D-3 unit can of white bread.
An M-2 unit can of franks and beans (hot dog chunks and beans in tomato sauce, which was colloquially called "beanie weenie," with a plastic spoon, behind which is the cardboard carton in which the entire Meal, Combat, Individual ration was packaged
A brown foil-wrapped Accessory Pack, containing salt, pepper, sugar, instant coffee, non-dairy creamer, two pieces of candy-coated chewing gum, toilet paper, a 4-pack of commercial-grade cigarettes (brands: Camel, Chesterfield, Kent, Kool, Lucky Strike, Marlboro, Pall Mall, Salem, or Winston), and a book of 20 cardboard moisture-proof matches
A D-2 unit can of date pudding.
A P-38 can opener (the metal object sitting on the small unopened date pudding can on the right).
The clear plastic bag in which the plastic spoon was packed

The tuna one is my fav.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:30 AM   #119682
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The meal comprised the following, from left to right:

A military issue canteen (not supplied with the ration)
A B-2 unit can of 4 hardtack biscuits covered in cheese spread.
A D-3 unit can of white bread.
An M-2 unit can of franks and beans (hot dog chunks and beans in tomato sauce, which was colloquially called "beanie weenie," with a plastic spoon, behind which is the cardboard carton in which the entire Meal, Combat, Individual ration was packaged
A brown foil-wrapped Accessory Pack, containing salt, pepper, sugar, instant coffee, non-dairy creamer, two pieces of candy-coated chewing gum, toilet paper, a 4-pack of commercial-grade cigarettes (brands: Camel, Chesterfield, Kent, Kool, Lucky Strike, Marlboro, Pall Mall, Salem, or Winston), and a book of 20 cardboard moisture-proof matches
A D-2 unit can of date pudding.
A P-38 can opener (the metal object sitting on the small unopened date pudding can on the right).
The clear plastic bag in which the plastic spoon was packed

Had a few of these... MRE's were better...now it's like a gourmet meal! Apparently they don't make the 4 fingers of death meal anymore...and the bust-a-nut cakes have been gone for a while.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:32 AM   #119683
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The tuna one is my fav.
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Had a few of these... MRE's were better...now it's like a gormet meal! Apparently they don't make the 4 fingers of death meal anymore...and the bust-a-nut cakes have been gone for a while.
ever throw one of those crackers in a 2 gallon tin bucket of water and watch it swell?
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:50 AM   #119684
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ever throw one of those crackers in a 2 gallon tin bucket of water and watch it swell?
Nope, but a heater from an MRE - yep.
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ever throw one of those crackers in a 2 gallon tin bucket of water and watch it swell?
No, but they'll certainly keep ya from needing to run to the head.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:54 AM   #119686
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Nope, but a heater from an MRE - yep.
Hahaha done that in a Gatorade bottle. Put a kem light in it
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:55 AM   #119687
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Hahaha done that in a Gatorade bottle. Put a kem light in it


That's good times.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:01 AM   #119688
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That's good times.
'splain please?
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:08 AM   #119690
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Those guys were lame lol
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:11 AM   #119691
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Those guys were lame lol
It was the first vid I found. There are some way better ones.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:13 AM   #119692
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Those guys were lame lol
got it... thanks! needed heavier bottle plastic...

we always had an EOD attachment... and Rangers... got to the point we didn't even jump unless it hurt...
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It was the first vid I found. There are some way better ones.
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got it... thanks! needed heavier bottle plastic...

we always had an EOD attachment... and Rangers... got to the point we didn't even jump unless it hurt...
Yea that's why I said Gatorade bottle

And I've always wanted to jump! When did you last wear green?
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Well hello miss jamie! How are you this wed morning?
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Did you know the gas from a mre heater bomb is flamable? Take a never goes out candle and tape it to the bottle, place said package outside the SDO's field tent, pass the flask around and wait for the fun to begin.
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USMC 0369 - Thank you for you service! (and a thanks to ALL service members past and present on WF!)

Just had to post to the longest running thread on WF...
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Well hello miss jamie! How are you this wed morning?
LoL morning! I am lovely this Wednesday.. and your self?
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Did you know the gas from a mre heater bomb is flamable? Take a never goes out candle and tape it to the bottle, place said package outside the SDO's field tent, pass the flask around and wait for the fun to begin.
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Yea that's why I said Gatorade bottle

And I've always wanted to jump! When did you last wear green?
1990... i was a glorified taxi driver for the Rangers, Marine Recon, and others that didn't know how to wear the uniform. Because i was in the 2/75, i had to do jump school and Ranger school.

I was Army. Flew an Air Force bird. Hard stationed at a Naval Base. Talk about a flippin mess!

Our home was Subic in the PI.

We flew into Cambodia and Laos, for sometimes months on end. Had no fuel, except the KC135s when we got airborne, while we were in country.

I flew a Pave Low with air to air capability.

Can't know for sure, but i suspect this is me in the right seat... it's on Google images...but close inspection makes it one of our birds, and as far as i know i flew all of the photo missions...


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