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Air Force food

January 15 2008 at 8:57 AM
Son-of-Rosie  (Login Son-of-Rosie)
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I agree that chow on ships is the best. I think it has something to do with being at sea, and something to do with the cooks having a galley to prepare the food that they get to work in every day -- a place especially built and designed for them, unlike the other services where the cooks work in temporary digs like tents, or makeshift areas when out in the field. (Not as much in the Air Force as the Army and Marines)

The only hard and fast memory I have about Air Force chow (early 70s) is I got extremely tired of eating French toast every day in basic training -- still don't eat French toast to this day.

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