Here’s what Malaysian soldiers have for breakfast, lunch and dinner

050714-N-7912E-004 KUALA ROMPIN, Malaysia (July 14, 2005) - Soldiers from the Royal Malysian Army secure a portion of jungle after arriving in a landing craft, air cushion, (LCAC) vehicle from USS Boxer (LHD 4) during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Malaysia. CARAT is a regularly scheduled series of bilateral military training exercises with several Southeast Asia nations designed to enhance interoperability of the respective sea services.  U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Christopher Elmini.  (RELEASED)

The Royal Malaysian Army or also known as the Tentera Diraja Malaysia issues a substantial ration pack to its soldiers.

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Most items in the ration are locally procured and it comes in 3 menus.

Breakfast

2 packs of hard Army crackers, 1 pouch of pineapple jam, 1 packets of instant coffee, 1 tea bags, 1 envelope of milk powder and 1 bags of sugar.

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Lunch 

Rice, beef rendang, spicy tomato chicken (ayam masak merah), fruit in syrup (pineapple & papaya), black bean porridge (bubur pulut hitam), salt, tea bag, 1 envelope of milk powder and sugar.

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Dinner

Rice, mutton curry, chicken kurma, red bean porridge (bubur kacang merah), 1 packet of instant coffee, 1 envelope of milk powder, salt and sugar.

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The ration pack also comes with additional pineapple syrup with real bits of pineapple (dessert), sardines and vegetables.

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On top of that 4 pack of fuel tablets, 2 Vitamin C pills, 2 Vitamin B complex tablets, 1 box of moisture-resistant matches (30 sticks) and 2 four-ply napkins are also included in the ration packs. The entire ration weighs about 2kg and each soldiers are given 2 ration packs for every 3 days.

Here is the full video of the Malaysian ration pack “unboxing”. (Part 1) 

Part 2

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