Cannon AFB Provides Food on the Front Lines of COVID-19

Cannon AFB Provides Food on the Front Lines of COVID-19
Inside the kitchen of the Pecos Trail dining facility on Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, long rows of white styrofoam food containers are surrounded by a swarm of airmen. They quickly move around the crowded, narrow space, emptying large bowls and trays of hot food into the containers. The meals are then shuffled into insulated boxes, counted and then pushed to the loading dock for delivery.

The fast-moving process is repeated several times until more than 140 meals, along with snacks and drinks, are ready to be picked up and delivered to various locations around Cannon. 

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