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Hmm. Not sure what you are referring to in regards to "Field Chow hall." To me the image I get from Field Chow hall is The GP tent housing the field ranges , m2 burners , etc. If you're refering to...
LOL Absolutely!!! I can tell you a few horror stories the guys used to tell me about how cooks got even. As for the parachute rigger....I've got a great imagination!;)
I see the last time someone posted on this thread was last year. But I'll comment anyway. First thank you Swamp Fox for the kind words about our chow hall food. :-)
Civilians started working earlier...
04-18-12, 08:18 PM
Really? I don't recall that ever happening to any of the females I was with, and we were all enlisted. When did that start?
And to the gentleman who asked the original question, these fellas are...
3381 Food Service Specialist (cook) But I also trained unofficially as a baker.
MCRD Paris Island Sept 1982-Nov 1982
Food Service Schools Nov 1982-Feb1983
Camp Elmore, Norfolk VA Feb 1983 -June 1984
Okinawa Japan (Camp Hansen) July 1984- June 1985
Camp Lejeune August (?)...
This cook/baker certainly feels the same as mentioned, regardless whether a war is a war. And to be honest I didn't think there were others out there who felt this way. Especially the guys who...
I don't know if anyone still reads this forum, but a group of Seabee's were building an addition to our Mess facilities. In fact it was our bake shop. Later when the push moved forward into Kuwait,...
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