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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Danny Wolf, food program manager

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Danny Wolf, food program manager assigned to the 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, and native of Wood Dale, Ill., shares a laugh with fellow Soldiers during training at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., during Exercise Nationwide Move 15. Wolf has a long history of food service extending more than 40 years. He has won numerous national and international cooking competitions, owned his own restaurants and consulting business, and even served in the White House many years ago before rejoining the Army to serve his country again. Wolf and his Soldiers are conducting training on the Army Reserve's new Assault Kitchen at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., as part of Nationwide Move 15. Nationwide Move 15 is an annual Army Reserve approved functional training exercise designed to provide Reserve component transportation units with valuable, realistic training by conducting real-world operations in support of continental United States activities. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jonathan Fernandez, 210th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

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09/01/2015
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