According to the United States Air Force Academy, Mitchell Hall is one of the world’s largest and most advanced dining facilities, capable of feeding 4,000 cadets in under 30 minutes and preparing 10,000 meals each day. Three days a week, cadets muster outside of the facility in formation and march in to eat a family-style lunch. Insider spent three days with members of Mitchell Hall’s staff, witnessing the large-scale coordination required to plan and prepare meals that sustain the cadet wing each day.
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How The Air Force Academy Makes 10,000 Meals A Day For 4,000 Cadets | Boot Camp | Insider Business