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Welcome to World War Two Ration Technologies' Index Page. WW2 Ration Technologies sells instruction kits with pre-printed labels for making WWII edible K-Rations, C-Rations and D-Rations from commercial components (no contents come with the kits). Other products made include reproduction World War Two USMC/US Navy Dog Tags. We also offer services to films, TV and museums including 20th Century U.S. military historical consulting.

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"Using thousands of declassified official U.S. Government documents, private journals, letters and many interviews with “The Troubleshooters” themselves, Terry D. Janes discovered the truth about these valiant men who earned with blood, the nickname of “Patton’s Troubleshooters”. Feared, hated and branded as criminals by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Government, these heroic American soldiers were a vital key to the Allied victory of World War II in Europe. Formed as an independent tank battalion, designated 702nd Tank Battalion, it’s members quickly gained the name “Red Devils” for their exploits in the famed “Tennessee Maneuvers”. This unit was later combined with the 80th Infantry Division “Blue Ridgers”. This armor/infantry combination was to get the dirtiest combat missions, in order to consolidate the gains of General George S. Patton’s history making drive across the continent of Europe. From closing the Argentan-Falaise Gap, to Chalons sur Marne, to the “Bloody Moselle River”, to the “Battle Of The Bulge”, through Hitler’s much vaunted Siegfried Line, across Germany to Chemnitz, then south to the Nazi Redoubt in Austria, liberating two Nazi Concentration Camps, capturing countless Nazi criminals and discovering Hitler’s stolen treasure pilfered from the nations he’d plundered, and finally firing the last official shot in combat, of the war in Europe. By a tragic twist of fate, the history of “The Troubleshooters” went unwritten for forty-three years. Now, the untold story of “Patton’s Troubleshooters” is available to the general public! This is history as seen through the eyes of the men who lived it. This book changed history as we knew it. This book came about because it’s author began a search for one man, and discovered that this unit’s heroics and sacrifice had been tragically forgotten by history. Those who served never forgot! And neither should we! The Patton's Troubleshooters book is online for the public to read free of charge, and the site currently contains nearly 5,000 pages of military history devoted to those from all nations who served their country, and dedicated to educating the public at large."

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