U.S. Navy Corpsmen assigned to Field Medical Training Battalion East (FMTB-E), eat meals, ready to eat during a final exercise (FINEX) at Camp Johnson, N.C., March 2, 2016.
Health & Fitness
What Does The Perfect Infantry MRE Look Like?
If you could choose, which MRE items would you keep? The Marine Corps needs to know.
A panel from the instructions printed on the flameless ration heater shows the phrase “rock or something.”
Here’s The Ridiculous Story Behind A ‘Rock Or Something’
How “rock or something” became a phrase recognized across the military.
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This Military Couple’s Wedding Cake Puts All Others To Shame
These newlyweds just set the bar for military-themed wedding cakes.
Juan Leon tackles the 21-day MRE challenge.
Civilian Destroyed After Eating MREs For 21 Days
A journalist ate nothing but MREs for three weeks, and it basically destroyed him.
A U.S. Marine Corps recruit yells to fellow recruits during The Crucible at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C., Dec. 3, 2015.
Joining the Military
The Crucible Is Where Marines Are Made, And Here’s How
A drill instructor walks us through the Crucible, the last training event recruits must pass before becoming Marines.
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Pete Quinn, center, Commander of the 11th Aviation Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Neil Heupel, both from Fort Knox, Ky., prepare to eat a Meal Ready to Eat (MRE) with soldiers.
The Pizza MRE Is Finally Coming
The advent of a Pizza Meal, Ready-to-Eat will let every day be pizza day, even in war.
A pile of Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) lies on the floor at an Armed Force for the Defense of Mozambique (FADM) compound here July 30, 2010.
A Survival Guide To The Best And Worst MREs
Finding a good MRE shouldn’t be a game of chance. It’s time to start choosing the right ones.