Small Square Biscuit Box, Type C, WWII U.S. Army Reproduction 10-1 Ration

$5.00

This WWII small Square C Biscuit Box reproduction package is the individual box and for display purposes only. Square Biscuits appeared in the 10-1 squad rations.

The small square “C” biscuit box contained 7 oz of biscuits.

10 in 1 Squad Ration Menu #1 and Menu #3 each contained 56 oz of biscuits.  You need 8 boxes of biscuits to complete one Menu 1 or one Menu 3 10-1 kit.

Description

This WWII Type C Square Biscuit Ration reproduction package is the individual box and for display purposes only. Contains no food product.

Square Biscuits appeared in the 10-to-1 and 5-to-1 squad rations, as well as in the Jungle Ration.  The small square “C” biscuit box contained 7 oz of biscuits.

Small biscuits were shipped either in a small or a large biscuit box, depending on the menu.  According to the Oct 31, 1944 Specs, 10-1 Menu #1 and #3 contained 56oz (8 small boxes) of biscuits, while Menu #2 and Menu #4 contained 64 oz of biscuits (2 large boxes).

Each First Half Menu box for meals #1 and #3 contained 4 (four) small 7oz square biscuit boxes.  One 10-1 Master box contained 2 First Half Menu boxes or 8 small square biscuit boxes.

You require 4 of these boxes per First Half Menu box.

You need 8 of these boxes to complete a Menu #1 10-1 meal kit or ONE Menu #3 10-1 kit.  To recreate both the Menu #1 AND Menu #3 10-in-1, you will need 16 boxes.

Additional information

Weight6 oz
Biscuit Box Qty

1 ration box, 16 boxes (enough for both 10-1 menu boxes), 4 ration boxes (enough for 1 first half box), 8 boxes (enough for one 10-1 menu box)

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