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MRE

n. meals ready to eat, prepackaged food used by the armed forces in combat. (Also reinterpreted as meals rejected by Ethiopians; meals rejected by the enemy.) Where is my MRE? I’m tired of living.
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13), even though the shear modulus of the MRE with 50 vol% cm increased more than that with 40 vol% CIP (see Fig.
While COL Alley departed for a new military assignment in mid-1978, (10) his earlier instructions continued to be followed by the Working Group, as its members generally embraced the philosophy that each FRE should be adopted as an MRE "unless it is either contra to military law .
The advantages of CTE over MRE include greater availability and lower initial costs, although the overall cost benefit is a key measure that remains incompletely evaluated.
In addition, shallow RC drilling along strike to the south of the MRE delivered positive results with broad zones of mineralization encountered in the near surface lithology, a number of which are external to the MRE.
We continued analysis of the 20 sockets with MRE [less than or equal to] 0.
Importantly the Aquarius Eco Ship and Aquarius MRE System have been designed to take into account the reality of operating rigid sails on ocean going ships and include a range specially developed safety features.
Then MRE components were obtained from the commercial sector or developed at NSC.
Knoll intends to eat the MRE in it's entirety on November 4th as his own personal commemoration of Veteran's week.
She then worked for about six months out of an office called MRE Lending in downtown Lancaster.
One type of ration, the Meal, Ready-to-Eat, or MRE, is currently used by the military to sustain individuals in the field until an organized food facility is established.
It's hard to listen to news reports in the last year without mention of the acronym MRE.
The new MCW/LRP weighs one pound, compared to the Meals, Ready-to-Eat (MRE's) one and one-half pounds, and it is compatible with MRE production.