By 1944, the US Army had a wide assortment of ration sets for any and every military situation.  World War II Tropical rations were designed to beat the heat and humidity. 10-1 and 5-1 squad rations fed larger units, while K-rations and D-ration bars were designed for the soldier on the move.  Air Crew rations were easy on the stomach and designed to give pilots a pick me up.  Larger ration packs went directly to field kitchens for mess.

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