An Analysis of Attendance Patterns in the Experimental Food Service System at Travis Air Force Base
ARMY NATICK LABS MA
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The Air Force Food Service System Study was undertaken to develop wideranging improvements in current Air Force food service operations. Of particular concern was the need to increase consumer attendance and utilization of the dining facilities. A number of changes were implemented during the experiment including menu modifications, dining hall renovations, and the introduction of three new food service operations - a modular fast food unit, a flight line facility, and an ethnic, specialty meal service provided by one of the renovated dining halls. These changes resulted in an overall 23.3 increase in participation of Air Force enlisted personnel at Travis Air Force Base.
- Food, Food Service and Nutrition
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies