Vietnam War In-flight Food package
The US Army and Air Force developed meal options for soldiers who traveled for a long time in the aircraft.
Meals were primarily available for individuals traveling from the United States to Vietnam or the other
Different cans with food were placed in a cardboard box. Black ink printing on the cover described the
content of the package. The collectible featured on this page reads as follows:
Food packet, In-Flight
Menu No 9
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