Services practices expeditionary kitchen construction

Airmen 1st Class Nadezha Dunbar and Sherry Powell move a storage rack into the single palletized expeditionary kitchen, aiding the 92nd Force Support Squadron during deployed-environment training in Camp Airey at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., Oct. 18, 2012. This training is essential to Services Airmen as it allows them to practice techniques they use at bare-base locations. The SPEK is used in remote and undeveloped areas to prepare and serve up to 300 Unitized Group Ration- Heat and Serve meals per day. When deployed, the entire kitchen can be set-up by a minimum of four Airmen in less than two hours. Dunbar and Powell are 92nd FSS food service apprentices. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dennis Ayres)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Dennis Ayres
VIRIN: 121018-F-OC347-040.JPG
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