Monday, August 10, 2015

All Army Eating Utensils






A24
This comes from German Army Trial Mess Kit Set in 1987
These are the three-piece cutlery, which matched the mess kit which was in trial also.
The cutlery is made of knife fork and spoon. It is inserted into one another and stowed within the cookware.


Australian Army
FRED Field Ration Eating Device



A23
Can Opener and Spoon Assy - NSN : 7330-66-101-0933
The Field Ration Eating Device (commonly abbreviated to "FRED") is a small device which is a combination of a can opener, a bottle opener and a spoon. It is issued to the Australian Defence Force in its CR1M ration packs. It is also known widely as the "Fucking Ridiculous Eating Device".



Brasil
Brazilian Army Field Cutlery Set



B22
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


British Army
KFS / Cutlery Set


B21
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Switzerland 
Swiss Army Eating Utensils



B20
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.



France
French Army Bivouac Knife



B19
Standard issue in the French Armée de Terre (infantry), this knife is compact and lightweight yet sturdy. The tough ABS body contains a foldout knife, can opener and corkscrew, as well as a spoon and fork that store in the handle. 


B18
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.



Poland
Polish Army Eating Utensils 70s - 90s



B17
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


DDR
East Germany Navy 2 piece Cutlery



B16
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Canada
KFS Kit Food Serving



B15
Knife, Fork and Spoon (KFS) Set
KFS in use after WWII were the late war three-piece interlocking sets copied from the Germans. A newer design was produced in 1952 and this style is still being employed today.



Russian Army
USSR Cutlery Set - 1985



B14
The origin of the set is obvious - the Wehrmacht and its progenitors, here and there is no need to go far. Slightly improved or vice versa, but, in general, such an incomplete copy of the Germans.


Austria 
Austrian Army Cutlery


B13
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Bosnia H.
Bosnia Army Cutlery



B12
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


South Africa
SADF Eating Utensils

SADF Cutlery Set Pikstel


B11
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Italy
Alpine Troops Eating Utensils 60s


B10
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


US Army
Army K Rations Spoon


B9
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


US Army
M-1926 Mess Kit Utensils 1980s 90s


B8
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Portugal
Army WWII Spoon and Fork


B7
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.


Germany
Field Eating Utensil - Eßbesteck

WW2 German Army Spork


A6
Eßbesteck (Spork/Easting Utensil)
German Soldaten were each issued with an Eßbesteck, a combination folding spoon/fork. The Eßbesteck was constructed from tin-plated steel and there were two different patterns, one for mounted troops and one for dismounted troops. 
Also Göffel combination of Gabel and Löffel


Spain
Spanish Army Utensils
Joker Multitool Cutlery Set


B5
Cubieritos y Funda Ejercito Espanol - NSN : 7360-33-203-8110


US Marines
Utensils Pacific War 1942



B4
The U.S. army during the Second World War has surprised us with the richness and diversity its high-performance hardware, beautiful, practical and lightweight, especially with regard to equipment of each individual soldier!

Finland
Finnish Army Fork-Spoon



A3
A foldable aluminium utensil, this type of kit is still used today in the Finnish armed forces.Originally invented along pakki (mess kit) in Imperial Germany in late 19th or early 20th century it came to Finland alongJägers in 1918. The copy of original model of the lusikkahaarukka is manufactured by Hackman and is one of the oldest items still in use by the Finnish army.


Germany
German Army Eating Utensils 


B2
BW-Besteck Bundeswehr field cutlery . 4-piece, knife, fork, spoon and holder made ​​of stainless steel. The bracket is designed as a can and bottle opener. 



US Army
M-1926 Utensils
Great War M-1926 Eating Utensils


B1
The JFAK provides Airmen first aid capability to treat injuries sustained in the line-of-the duy.The JFAK replaces the Individual First Aid Kit 6545-01-528-6546.










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