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Topic: OT OPSEC and why I disappear for a few days sometimes... was +Merry Christmas Dennis was USS Eisenhower in the news :-( (2 msgs / 30 lines)
1) From: raymanowen
("Where are you? Are you all right? Have you eaten? Are you
warm enough? I haven't heard from you in [x amt of] hours....")
Mother- Pleeze!  GI's eat. Probably none better than aboard ship.
And a hearty "May your ride be fast, May your ride be safe" to my nephew, Brian.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!

2) From: Michael Dhabolt
On 12/27/06, raymanowen  wrote:
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When conversations turn to the quality of food in the military, I feel duty
bound to extol the skill and commitment of cooks on the boats.  With no
exceptions, the best in the military.  The feed that they present is
extraordinary, especially when you consider that they don't have access to
anything fresh after the first day of patrol. The planning alone, is a
serious accomplishment, you use what went into the freezer in the reverse
order of how it was originally loaded.  You can't very well go in and
shuffle thru the stores to find what is going into the next meal.  The
planning and loading was frequently accomplished 80 to 120 days (or
sometimes more) prior to the meal.
Mike (just plain)


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