Sunday, 10 February 2013

Military Tents

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In the military, the term "tent city" usually refers to temporary living quarters erected on deployed military bases, such as those found in Bosnia and Herzegovina or Iraq. Depending on the branch of service and the length of time the tent city has been in place, the living space may be equipped with most modern amenities. For sanitary reasons, military tent cities place toilet, shower, and laundry facilities at least 50 feet (15 m) from living quarters. Also, tents are typically divided into clusters of 8-10 to prevent the rapid spread of fire, which is of utmost concern because of the tent and bedding materials.
Although it’s not the ideal situation, there may be a time when a tent, tipi or other temporary shelter will be a godsend to you. Some of them are cheap, some very expensive but either way it is important to have a good understanding of these types of shelters and which one is right for you in an extreme survival situation.
Plain and simple; there is no better tent than a military tent. Straight out of a movie these tents have every feature you could imagine including complete blackout capabilities. They’re expensive and difficult to transport (due to the extremely strong frame) but as far as a temporary shelter goes these tents are the best.
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