Systematic synthesis of U.S. military's food product development, processing, packaging, testing, and distribution methods Am Provides technical data for lightweighting, nutrient optimization, shelf-life extension, ready-to-eat, and self-heating foodsBoth the Army and the Marine Corps improvised mobile kitchens during World War II, but the first approved version resulted from Quartermaster Board Project S -99. aReport of Study of Quartermaster Kitchen Truck Equipmenta, which was submitted to the Quartermaster General on 28 March 1944. ... the War Department Technical Manual TM 10405. ... liquid fuel fired, were evaluated, but neither was found to possess the overall characteristics and cost-effective advantage re- quired of aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Military Food Engineering and Ration Technology|
|Author||:||Armand Vincent Cardello|
|Publisher||:||DEStech Publications, Inc - 2012-01-01|