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    I enlisted In the Army about a month ago having the mind set that i wanted to be a chef. Becoming a chef is something i always wanted to do and joining the Army is something i wanted to do after leaving School. I guess what i am asking is 92G goin to give atleast some of the training i will need, and what 92g is really like.

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    Yes 92G will give you the training you need and if you stick around long enough the Army will send you to extra schooling for your job.

    Daily life? You go to the DFAC (cafeteria) and you make meals for the other Soldiers, you work different hours than 9-5, lets say from 4:30am to noon, or you might work from noon until closing.

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    ...and occasionly there are different jobs for chefs such as the General's mess and special diets for aviators and patients. Sometimes Army chefs cook high class for international meetings and I know they participate in international cook-offs with well known foreign and NATO Army chefs in competition for prizes. In addition you will learn all about cooking not only cafeteria style but also in the field, emergency, diet, calory intake and and and. It is a very good jump off for civilian life because people will always need to eat. You will most likely start off as an apprentice probably under a SFC (E7 Male or Female)who usually are in charge of cafeterias as supervisors. Later, when you progress and get promoted, you will be put in charge of certain aspects in the cafeteria (dining facility) like food line, hygiene or procurement. Much later you can become a chief yourself and be put in charge of one or several cafeterias. Work is usually arranged in shifts.
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    Awesome info, MT.

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    MPclk, sometimes when you say something good about someone else it comes across as sarcastic. But let me assume you really mean it. Thanks.

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    hahaha it wasnt sarcastic, sorry if it "sounded" that way, i didnt mean it to be sarcastic.

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