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16th Combat Aviation Brigade Raptor's Nest Dining Facility

16th Combat Aviation Brigade Raptor's Nest Dining Facility

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16th Combat Aviation Brigade Raptor's Nest Dining Facility (DFAC) competes for Army level Philip A. Connelly Competition at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash, March 6, 2018. Raptor's Nest DFAC is a finalist in the competition and is among the top six in the entire Army. The competition emphasizes excellence in food preparation and serving of food in dining facilities and field kitchen operations. (U.S. Army photo by Maricris C. McLane)

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2000 - 2020
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