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Who exercises DOD responsibility for Nutritional Standards and Education and will establish nutritional standards for meals served to military?

The Surgeon General, United States Army (USA)

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The MDRIs do not reflect the nutritional needs for who?

Lactating military women, illness, injury, infection, chronic disease, and trauma.

2

Operational rations include?

Individual rations(MREs), group feeding rations(T-ration, unitized B ration), Unitized Group Rations(UGR-A and UGR-H&S(heat and serve))

3

Total calories from fat should not exceed?

35%

4

The MRE may be consumed as the sole ration for up to how many days?

21 days

5

What are restricted rations?

Nutritionally incomplete rations for long-range patrol and recon for short periods (up to 10 days).

6

Survival rations include?

Food packet, survival, general purpose improved(GP-I) ration
Food packet, survival, abandon ship ration
Food packet, survival, aircraft/life raft ration

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How many calories does the GP-I contain?

1447 calories.

8

The food packet, survival, abandon ship and the food packet, survival, aircraft/life raft ration both contain how many calories?

300 calories

9

Reference weight and height for military members are:

Men: 174pds (79kg), 69in (175cm)
Women: 136pds (62kg), 64in (163cm)

10

Military personnel involved in heavy work, or prolonged vigorous physical training may exceed what percent of the energy requirement of the MDRI?

125%

11

Mildly cold temperatures (32F to 57F) can increase energy requirements to by what percent?

5 to 10%

12

How many calories are needed when wearing the Extreme Cold Weather Clothing System and Vapor Barrier boot?

54 calories/kg

13

How many calories are needed for troops maneuvering for prolonged periods (2hrs or more) with heavy gear on their feet (snow shoes/ski, etc.)?

62 calories/kg

14

What energy adjustments are required for temperatures between 68F and 86F?

NONE

15

86F to 104F, energy requirement may increase by?

2.5 to 10%

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Calorie intake for high-altitude operations, altitudes greater than 10,000ft (3050m) or strenuous work in high-mountain areas may reach?

6,000 to 7,000 calories a day.

17

Moderate activity in altitude may require:

50 to 55 calories/kg

18

Prolonged work in full cold-weather gear in altitude may require?

60 calories/kg

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What percent of calories should come from carbohydrates?

50 to 55%

20

Protein range intake for military men and women are:

Men: 63 to 119g/day
Women: 50 to 93g/day

21

What percent of total energy should come from protein?

10 to 15%

22

Military dining facilities, menu planners will establish menus with what percent or less of total calories from fat?

30%

23

How much fluid intake is needed for 1,000 calories expended during light to moderate activity?

1 quart

24

During warm weather, how much fluid is recommended for working troops per day?

4 to 6 quarts

25

Personnel wearing NBC gear routinely produce how much sweat per hour?

1 to 2 quarts

26

Working in high altitude water needs are increased to:

4 to 6 quarts

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True or False. The use of salt tablets are NOT recommended.

True

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What conditions justify the use of carbohydrate-electrolyte beverages?

Continuous physical activity for more than 3hrs, poor nutritional intake, sweat loss is high.

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Military dining facilities will offer reduced calorie menus of:

1,500 to 1,600 calories a day.