Packets of dehydrated baked beans and a mess kit
that belonged to Sergeant Stanley E.
The house was full of Civil War heirlooms, including the walnut bookcase made for his wedding in 1863, the fork from his mess kit
and a pile of letters, one of which Elizabeth quotes in Six Encounters.
We had a cooler, Coleman stove, two cases of shells, seven ammo cans, two large dry bags, a full-size Pelican case, extra waders, extra clothes, heater, Mag-light, Q-Beam, jumper cables, Chem-lights, hand warmers, even more TP, batteries, GPS, compass, facemasks, knife, Leatherman, emergency weather radio, first-aid kit, MREs, a log of Copenhagen, a 1979 Penthouse, last August's WILDFOWL, three canteens, mess kit
, extra knife, 20-foot of rope, 50-foot of paracord, zip ties, a role of Visqueen, duct tape, five life jackets and a bundle of bailing wire.
The Japanese did it in 1945, after which they threw their mess kit
away, swearing they would never eat again.
MY FATHER'S MESS KIT
was not what it sounds like, namely a snapped-together aluminum dinner set, complete with dual-purpose utensils, that you buy to go camping.
He was a radio operator, and his mess kit
and canteen, on display, stayed with him throughout his ordeal and helped him retain his identity, Ms.
You don't need an expensive tent and a titanium mess kit
It's sort of the equivalent of an American mess kit
One time I had just finished putting my mess kit
in hot water and soap when this guy behind me said, "Come on, you dirty Jew, move it.
Inman and Trooper Barnett (Blakemore's Dragoons) arriving with fanfare, bursting of purple smoke grenades and Bergens stuffed with mess kit
Dress code is mess kit
or dinner jacket with military medals and evening dress for ladies.
When I left there, I had a full stomach and my mess kit
full of rice to give Roy (Becraft).