Army chef honoured for outstanding work in Afghanistan patrol base

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Ministry of Defence said:
A Royal Logistic Corps chef who volunteered to serve in a patrol base in Afghanistan has been awarded the Food Services Warrant Officer Trophy 2010 for his outstanding work.

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#2
Top man--well deserved. Must have been a major morale booster for the rest of the troops.
 

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Top, top, top man! Food and Mail! If neither appear or are 'hopeless', there is 'trouble' ahead.

Medics, Cooks, Mail-men, amongst all the others, who support the infantry, are mainly worth their weight in gold. Mind you, I only had thirty five years and eight months at RD, so I probably know the square root of 'eff all'
 
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Amazing bloke. Cooking for 160 on your own would be pushing it even in a decent kitchen. And then add in the occasional patrol and a bit of first aid to stop you getting bored ...
 
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Yeah I know that. I was unaware however that attached Arms took on their rank structure.
Yes, they do. Regardless, what a top bloke. Who thinks an MBE wouldn't have been out of order either?
 
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Yeah I know that. I was unaware however that attached Arms took on their rank structure.
Its optional in someplaces, one one hand people think your a sargeant so getting things done is slightly easier on the other you have to pay mess bills.
 
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Its optional in someplaces, one one hand people think your a sargeant so getting things done is slightly easier on the other you have to pay mess bills.
Though I wouldn't imagine they would amount to much at a PH in Helmand
 
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Though I wouldn't imagine they would amount to much at a PH in Helmand
But if he chefs for them back at barracks....

Anyone reckon he was still smacking hands with his ladle shouting 'oi, one sausage!!!' :D

Well, done. On tour the chefs always seem to come up with the goods.
 
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