Enlisted personnel dining facilities

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Publisher: Dept. of the Army, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Engineering and Construction Directorate, Engineering Division in Washington, D.C

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Other titlesDesign guide for enlisted personnel dining facilities
SeriesDG -- 11103-3-135, Design guide -- DG 1110-3-135
ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Engineering and Construction Directorate. Engineering Division
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14856967M

Nov. 14, — Issue: The Coast Guard Pay Manual, Chapter 3, Section A, provides information and policy on officer BAS (OFF BAS) and enlisted BAS (ENL BAS). Background: Per title 37 USC , all members entitled to Basic Pay are concurrently entitled to BAS and the tax-free allowance is intended to partially offset members’ meals costs. This allowance is based in the historic origins of. Serving our Subsistence-in-Kind (SIK) enlisted Soldiers is paramount and they remain our highest priority. Opening the dining facility to other personnel is discretionary and will not interfere with that priority. SIK Soldiers in uniform have the privilege of moving to the front of the line (pay and serving) during any meal. strength data to the Personnel and Administration Center consolidated and submitted to the dining facility on a daily basis. The data is required by the. dining facility for menu planning and subsequent submission to the troop issue subsistence. officer (TISO) for preparation of DA Form R. for using the book, transfer control and. Guidance for Enlisted Personnel Dining Facilities 1. This guidance to be used in the planning, design and/or solicitation development of EPDF in response to MILCON requirements. It is critical that new EPDF meet the necessary functional criteria.

Force dining facilities and examples have been included in this guide. If feasible, these approved design concepts should also be applied to renovation projects. To determine practical, functional locations for new dining facilities, potential sites should be located where they are easily accessible for the majority of AF personnel. The paper meal card becomes obsolete and the codes must be loaded onto all CAC Cards. This process will affect all Soldiers (enlisted and officer) when they participate in field training exercises, attend Army Schools, or dine at a dining facility regardless of whether a meal card has been issued. AFMAN 03/14/12, Directory of Government Quarters and Dining Facilities UPDATED: 6 January Locations (Command) TDY Officers TDY Enlisted TDY Officers, Enlisted, & Civilians Govt Qtrs Club Facilities Govt Qtrs Club Facilities Govt Meals (1) M N E (5) M N E M N E. The project will repair the existing dining facility for enlisted personnel, building “This project will have significant positive impact on the quality of life of all service members in Gulfport, since this is the only enlisted dining facility at NCBC Gulfport and 'A' school students rely on this facility .

This traditional dining facility is used by the Officer Training School on Maxwell, serving customers breakfast and lunch every Monday through Saturday. OTS Dining Facility - 42d Force Support Squadron - Maxwell Air Force Base. (1). Spouses and other dependents of enlisted personnel in pay grades E-1 through E (2). Members of organized nonprofit youth groups sponsored at either the national or local level and permitted to eat in the general dining facility by the Commanding Office of the installation. Such groups include Civil Air Patrol, Junior ROTC, and Scouting.   The renovations made to the Colmer Dining Facility at NCBC Gulfport will improve the quality of life for its enlisted personnel and "A" school students, which will ultimately enhance mission.   Knowledge of policies and procedures to plan and carry out the full range of contracting officer representative functions related to the operation of large dining facility operation. Detailed knowledge of military training and principles of management necessary to oversee enlisted personnel, civilians and contract personnel.

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Spouses and other dependents of enlisted personnel in pay grades E-1 through E Members of organized non-profit youth groups sponsored at either the national or local level and permitted to eat in the general dining facility by the Commander Officer of the installation.

Such groups include: Civil Air Patrol, Junior ROTC, and Scouting units. (a) spouses and other dependents of enlisted personnel in pay grades E-1 through E (b) members of organized nonprofit youth groups sponsored at either the national or local level and permitted to eat in the general dining facility by the Commanding Officer of the installation.

The design information in the guide is intended to improve dining facility environments by eliminating drabness, noise, the appearance of crowdedness, and lack of privacy.

Included in this guide are: (1) Example dining facility modernization floor plan layouts, including a renovation case study at Marine Corps Base, 29 Palms. base dining facilities by enlisted personnel who receive Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS). Personnel in temporary duty status, assigned officers, and civilians, while authorized to use this dining facility and pay applicable surcharges, are not included in this serving requirements calculation.

enlisted member or federal civilian employee receiving the subsistence portion of per diem; and all other personnel (including Reserve Component officers on Inactive Duty Training) authorized to eat in DoD dining facilities.

Enlisted personnel dining facilities book la Carte Meal Pricing System. When using an File Size: 97KB. Permanent Party Enlisted Personnel Dining Facilities (EPDF) are required by the Army to accommodate a specified range of Soldiers during a 90 minute meal period.

Staffing is based on a hour work week along with the menu, layout, equipment, feeding stations, serving lines. Enlisted members who receive BAS usually can eat in the dining facility (they have to pay for the meal), but they are limited in the number of allowed meals.

Officers may only eat in the enlisted mess for certain purposes that require special permission (for example, a commander checking on the quality of meals). BAS reform, enlisted members were normally provided meals without charge by their unit dining facility/galley as part of their basic compensation plan.

In certain cases, commanding officers could authorize a number of enlisted personnel to “mess separately” and receive a cash allowance (Separate Rations – SEPRATS) in lieu of RIK. A student receives his lunch at the newly reopened The Beachcombers dining facility at Vandenberg AFB, California, Aug.

6, Beachcombers, which caters to Air Education and Training Command students and cadre, closed at the beginning of the year for a $, renovation and upgrade and, although slightly delayed because of the Coronavirus pandemic, held a grand opening Aug. The Shifting Sands Dining Facility is the official dining facility for Holloman AFB.

We offer breakfast, lunch, dinner and midnight meals, as well as 24/7 flight and ground support meals. We also offer festive Holiday meals for special occasions. Norfolk District is the Army’s Center of Standardization for Enlisted Personnel Dining Facilities, Army Family Housing, Criminal Investigative Facilities, General Instruction Buildings, Classroom XXI, Military Entrance Processing Stations and Information Systems Facilities.

The district maintains standards for all facility type and supports. What do the Air Force APF dining facilities provide for our Air Force personnel. Subsistence entitlement to enlisted members living in the dorms, a training environment for food service personnel to meet our war-fighting mission, and the flight meals service in support ofour daily operations.

In accordance with AFI Food Service Program Management, the Air Force operates Appropriated Fund enlisted dining facilities in order to provide the subsistence entitlements to enlisted members who reside in dormitories, to provide a training environment for food service personnel to meet our war-fighting mission, and to provide flight meal service in support of daily operations.

Personnel, Other Than Enlisted Personnel. Personnel, other than enlisted personnel, may receive a meal from an appropriated dining facility, provided no increase in direct resources results from feeding such personnel and appropriate meal charges are collected consistent with paragraph dining capacity needed to support projected enlisted personnel strengths.

For example, considering only existinq facilities within 1, feet of a planned project site, as prescribed by DOD criteria, in determining the capacities and use of existinq facilities will not necessarily result in an installation food.

enlisted members receiving the meal portion of per diem are authorized to use the dining facility as what. The instillation commander may authorize permanent party officers to eat in the enlisted dining facility. what are the 2 types of DOD meal rates.

storeroom personnel needs to. 1) are not subsisted out of a Government/appropriated fund dining facility (e.g., enlisted dining facility, enlisted mess, galley), either by being provided meals for consumption at the dining facility or by being provided meals from the dining facility (i.e., meals from the dining facility are delivered to members); and.

The Samurai Café Dining Facility is a full-service dining operation, offering hot meals for dining in. Officers, enlisted personnel, and family members are authorized to dine at the Samurai Café during United States (US) federal or national holidays and the Air Force (AF) Birthday.

The new Fort Lewis North Fort Enlisted Personnel Dining Facility (EPDF) serves 1, soldiers in less than 90 minutes, three times a day. An efficient floor plan was critical to the project’s success. Even more imperative, was completing the design/build project on a fast.

“DFAC” is a military term used in the Army and Air Force that translates to “dining facility.” The DFAC is basically the cafeteria, where service members who live in barracks can go to get their daily meals. The DFAC will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and midnight meals.

Some are open 24 hours a day. Description. A facility, with cafeteria style dining operations, for unaccompanied personnel and other authorized persons. Variations. Permanent Party Dining Facility- The Small (formally Person) Permanent Party (PP), Medium (formally Person) Permanent Party, and Large (formally Person) Permanent Party Dining Facilities (DFAC) Army Standards and Standard Design.

Where: Freedom Hall Dining Facility RSVP by clicking the link to the side. Authorized Users. Please refer to AFIattachment 2, for a listing of personnel authorized to eat in APF dining facilities and the memorandum for Joint Base Andrews personnel authorized use of Freedom Hall Dining Facility.

In-Flight Kitchen Box Order Form. In dining facilities with an average headcount of 25 or less, the commander may. enlisted personnel in the grade of E3 to be placed on the roster.

Headcounter Duties. The food operations sergeant (FOS) DD Form (Cash Meal Payment Book). (2) DA Form (Signature Headcount Sheet). The mess now is called a dining facility or Dining Facilities Administration Center (DFAC). The Officers' Club ("O Club") is an outgrowth comparable to the Officers' Open Mess, but also providing areas to allow officers to entertain guests.

A similar version for enlisted personnel is the "E Club". Enlisted Personnel Development Regimental Office Administer the Command Supply Discipline Program. Train, develop, and mentor supply and non-supply personnel on supply policies, processes, and procedures.

The property accounting technician is the primary advisor to the command and supported units on all property accountability and. Technically, the Dining Facility is specifically designed for the enlisted personnel entitled to Essential Station Messing (ESM) but the facility happily accommodates other military, DoD personnel, Officers, personnel on TDY, Federal Civilians, Non-appropriate Fund employees, on-duty Ministry of Defence for one meal, Local Direct Hire, and.

3. This guide is recommended reading for all food service management personnel, from shift supervisors to the food service officer, and should be maintained in the garrison dining facility as a reference. Use of this smart book will help achieve the overall objective of providing the highest quality of product and service mix to our Soldiers.

Marshall and Johnson Dining Facilities, Kadena AB, Okinawa. likes. The Marshall dining facility and the Johnson flight kitchen are the only dining facilities on Kadena airbase. They are open to. contractor-operated dining facilities and the command food advisor for military-operated dining facilities.

Conduct visits to dining facility operations and consume a meal at varying serving times, to include evenings, weekends and holidays.

Ensure dining facility diner feedback methods are established (comment cards, enlisted dining facility. The facility is the premier dining facility for enlisted personnel and replaced several World War II era dining facilities.

square-foot P dining facility was designed to support approximately 2, permanent party and student Marines per meal period. This two-story dining facility is equipped with a full-service kitchen. According to the GAO report, the Air Force has run a pilot test on the campus-dining concept with promising, though as yet tentative, results.

8 Col. Marc D. Piccolo, then commander of the U.S. Air Force Services Activity, asserted that the outcome of this practice has been a more efficient use of the meal card entitlements by service.Get this from a library!

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28 41 DINING FACILITY DETACHED - COMMISSIONED PERSONNEL (PN). 35 housing, as well as other personnel support facility requirements. Series - 1. UFC N. Table Navy and Marine Corps Personnel Averages ( Data) NAVY MARINE CORPS.