Luke AFB cuts ribbon on new kitchen

Airmen line up to get breakfast inside the flightline kitchen expansion shortly following its ribbon-cutting Thursday, June 14 at Luke Air Force Base. [Submitted photo/U.S. Air Force - Senior Airman Ridge Shan]

Luke Air Force Base opened a new flightline kitchen at its ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, June 14 at Luke Air Force Base, 14185 Falcon Street, Glendale.

Senior Airman Brianna Finley, 56th Force Support Squadron food service journeyman, narrates the ribbon cutting ceremony for the flight kitchen expansion Thursday, June 14 at Luke Air Force Base, 14185 Falcon Street, Glendale. [Submitted photo/U.S. Air Force – Senior Airman Ridge Shan]
The expansion provides an enclosed, air-conditioned area of what used to be an outdoor patio, where maintainers and other Airmen eat during long shifts on the flightline. The kitchen offers meals at flexible times to accommodate them.

The expansion was primarily funded by donations from community partners.

Editor’s note: The above information was from a Luke Air Force Base news release.


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