There are two ways to sleep well at night ... be ignorant or be prepared.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

At War Always...

Evolution happened with a Big Bang and we never quite went back to peace. This world is at war all the time, war for power, war for money and even better war for peace. The only thing you can do is look out for yourself, Be Prepared and Fortify!



Floods, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Tsunami's we have no control over but war is man-made! We have witnessed several wars in the past with innumerable loss to life and property. We see and hear about the havoc civil war has wreaked on countries like Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Syria and many other countries still recovering from the aftermath of a war. Common people are affected the most as we are not prepared for situations such as this, we live for the present and the immediate future (most of us).

Long-term storage food, Emergency kits are not something that we plan of. But this is the need of the hour, with the technological advances we have made, going back to basics and being prepared should remain our priority. Like any other natural disaster, in a state of war, life comes to a stand-still. Where do you think one would find gas appliances to cook or filtered drinking water for consumption.

Why not invest in what the soldiers fighting the war believe in, MRE - Meal Ready to Eat. These are lightweight field ration in lightweight packaging bought by the United States military for its service members for use in combat (literally) or other field conditions where organized food facilities are not available. What's better these need not be refrigerated, MREs have also been distributed to civilians during natural disasters. Why not get your pick!!







We also present to you Menu 'C' MRE's. These MRE's are considered Menu ''C'' - there is no Menu A and Menu B in the C (C for Contract) Meals. These MRE Menus were cherry-picked by the Contractor to include the specific 2013 Menu Items that they wanted from Menu's A and B, as well as a lot of extra items and calories. 





When disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed











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