Operational Study To Evaluate Food Packet, Individual, Combat, In-Flight (IF-4)

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Report Number: WADC TR 52-336
Author(s): Norton, Glen T., Dyme, Harry C.
Corporate Author(s): Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Lab Wright-Patterson AFB OH
Date of Publication: 1952-02
Pages: 91
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Identifier: AD0018119

An evaluation of the in-flight combat individual food packet was based on the questionnaire responses of 1771 subjects at 8 US Air Force bases after each subject had consumed a packet. The results indicated an acceptability for most food items of the packet and a direct correlation between acceptability and consumption. Some revisions in the menu and more precise methods of controlling the assembly of the predetermined menus were recommended.

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