Posted on Nov 30, 2018
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My unit is going to be supporting CST APR-AUG 2019, and there's a chance my huaband deploys in February. I'm trying to get a headstart on finances, housing, medical, bills..ect. If you've cooked for the cadets could you tell me about hours you worked, where you stayed, things you brought, internet access? Anything else you might think would be helpful! Thank you.
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SPC Dwight Turner
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I iwsh I could Kathy I wasn't lucky like some cooks I cooked mostly in headquarter units but hey no onething cooks are needed no matter I think your lucky cooking for cadets then that's just my thought
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Everyone loves a hot meal. Especially after a few weeks of MREs lol
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they are good to when heated up right !! having been in germany I didn't have to serve them robision barracks was processing center for stuggart
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I remember getting two hot meals a day (breakfast and dinner). The DFAC opened at 0630 or sometimes a few minutes later. Breakfast times were something like 0630-0800 and dinner was around 1700-1830. I believe there were always 2-3 regiments of cadets in garrison at any given time.
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As far as cooking schedule, I would say they have the DFAC open for 3 meals a day, I know back in the 90's we conducted FLRC training for the ROTC and the cooks rotated out during the day with some lap over time. As far as staying it depends on his unit and what arrangements they have made, I have stayed in the old troop barracks, I have been put up in a motel off post. I can tell you the on post motels are booked by ROTC brass during this event.
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