What is it?
The Unitized Group Ration-B (UGR-B) is being phased out to be replaced by the 50-person Unitized Group Ration - M (UGR-M). The Unitized B Menus are close to being exhausted if they are not already. Any orders for Unitized B menus that are no longer available will be substituted by UGR-M Menus.
What's in it?
The UGR-M will have dehydrates, but will feature more commercial type items for the balance of the module components. The UGR-M will have 7 breakfast and 14 lunch/dinner menus. It will still be for USMC usage. The UGR-M is quick & easy to prepare and includes shelf stabe ingredients to prepare complete meals emphasizing the use of commercial products. It offers 7 breakfast and 14 lunch/dinner menus with each meal providing an average of 1,300 kiloclaories (15% protein, 30% fat and 55% carbohydrate).
How long will it last
The UGR-M is unitized into three fiberboard cartons, including disposables. Each module provides 50 meals and each pallet contains 8 modules or 400 meals. They are assembled at Government depots and have an expected shelf life of 18 months at 80F.
How can I order it?
Each menu has its own National Stock Number (See Menu table). Requisitions are processed according to the supply procedures for each Military Service. Point of contact is at (215) 737-4360, DSN: 444-4360.
We can only sell Operational Rations (MREs, UGRs, etc) to the U.S. Military Services and other authorized federally-funded agencies. We can not sell to the private sector (individual, business, or other organizations). For further information, please read our Customer Eligibility Policy.
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