A crucial part of the military's inventory is tents. Tents used by the military are usually subject to a variety of strict specifications that are based on the geographical environment, the climate as well as other elements.
For instance the tent that is intended for use within the Arctic region might differ in its requirements and outline from one that is intended for use in an area that is dry.
Military tents entered this system in a major manner, especially following the Second World War and now have a wide range of applications, not only military operations in the national interest but also as part of the United Nations and for disaster relief efforts.
The most important considerations for army tents are their versatility for their use in a variety of weather conditions, value and durability, as well as rigidity and strength. The most important thing is that they must be easy to put up.
Based on a skeletal model, army tents could be standard 2m by 4m tents dome tents, Arctic tents hospitals tents, ridge tents, cottage tents storage tents, and thermal tents.
The tents can be insulated with thermal cap insulation, so they can be used under a variety of weather conditions. Hospital and mess tents should have cooker vents as well as extendable frames.
Overall Army tents play an important part in the security of soldiers deployed and in the success of any operation.