An In-Port Feeding System for Shipboard Personnel. Volume 3. A personnel, Equipment, and Facility Evaluation of the Enlisted Dining Facilities at NAS North Island and NAVSTA San Diego.
Final technical rept.
ARMY NATICK RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER MA
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An investigation was conducted to determine the potential of utilizing existing dining facilities to preprocess foods for satellite feeding operations on or near the pier area. This sytem would provide foodservice ship crew members during extended in-port periods. It was determined that the dining facilities selected for the analysis have sufficient foodservice equipment and facility capacity to support these outlets. However, this alternative does require additional foodservice labor and may necessitate the utilization of shipboard foodservice personnel while in port. This report is volume 3 of a four-volume series. The other titles are volume 1, An In-Port Feeding System for Shipboard Personnel volume 2, A Cost Benefit Analysis of the Use of Convenience Foods in a Military Foodserivce Operation and volume 4, Recommended Quality Control Requirements for a Central Military Food Service System.
- Food, Food Service and Nutrition