By now, most people are familiar with the novel coronavirus, more commonly known as COVID-19. The pandemic has swept through countries all over the world for the last several months — and it's not over yet.
The Meal-Ready-To-Eat, or MRE, is a culinary staple for any soldier, sailor, airman, or Marine serving in our Armed Forces. It comes in recognizable brown plastic pouches with the words "Ready-to-Eat, Individual" running down the side.
North America has some of the most amazing hiking and camping locations in the world. There are stunning national parks and trail systems that are meticulously managed by a combination of government agencies and dedicated volunteers.
Hurricane season in the Atlantic runs from June 1st through November 30th. During that time, it’s important to have an emergency supply of food, water, and other essentials. Knowing what food to stock for hurricane preparedness will help ensure you are ready. Here are a few items you should add to your shopping list.
The image of the ancient Roman soldier calls to mind bronze and iron helmets with bright red plumage; body armor of metal strips knitted together; heavy iron shields and imposing swords; and (for officers) flowing cloaks. This begs an important question. How did these rough and rugged men get their nutritional fuel? What did the Roman Army eat?