The CIA partnered with the National Restaurant Association last week to teach 32 members of military foodservice units how to maintain culinary standards on a mess hall scale. The training was sponsored by NRA's Military Foundation and created for honorees who won an annual competition designed to identify and honor the most talented cooks and chefs in each branch of the service. "This program helps individuals decide whether they want to stay in the military in food service, and if they're looking to get out they know there are careers waiting for them," said Chief Master Sgt. Ed Walden of the U.S. Air Force.
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