Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Face Lift for Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida Galley

By Miriam Gallet, Assistant Public Affairs Officer, Naval Air Station Jacksonville

The mess hall at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, renamed the Flight Line Cafe, received major aesthetic changes during the last few months and held a "Name the Galley Contest" in order to keep up with the 21st century. VP-5 Sailors collectively won the name contest and will receive a pizza party from the cafe.

"This is a great occasion," remarked a smiling Captain Chip Dobson, NAS Jacksonville commanding officer. "A pleasing environment is very important to what you are doing and our new Flight Line Cafe is a reflection of it. This is an enjoyable and refreshing place for our Sailors to eat their meals."

Because it's a whole new revolution in food service in today's Navy. Our new name is reflective of our attitude and who we serve.

Our value, convenience and quality can't be matched anywhere within the industry. This new makeover has been possible because I have an outstanding team of chiefs and enlisted Sailors who believe in what we do and in who we are. Each of us takes our profession seriously and our ultimate goal is to delight our patrons with every meal serve.

Article source: September/October 2006 issue of the Navy Supply Corps Newsletter.

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