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Wisconsin Army Guard in running again for best food service section

Thursday, March 26, 2015

FORT MCCOY, Wis. The secret behind the success of the food service section for the Wisconsin Army National Guard's Headquarters Company, 132nd Brigade Support Battalion, is simple it's made from scratch.

A year ago, the food service section combined some new members with some old hands, folded in some lessons on brigade support battalion field operations learned at Camp Dodge, Iowa, and worked the mixture thoroughly throughout the year. The recipe yielded an opportunity to compete for the title of best reserve component food service section in the Army March 21 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The section won the regional competition last year.

"I've seen this section grow by leaps and bounds from last year," said Headquarters Company 1st Sgt. Randy Lieffring. "It's a huge task for them, but they pull together, they bring out the best in each other, and they provide us with outstanding meals. They're exceeding the standard."

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