In Other News: Food Trucks May Be Coming to a Post near You; American Water to Operate Utilities at Ft. Leonard Wood

In Other News: Food Trucks May Be Coming to a Post near You; American Water to Operate Utilities at Ft. Leonard Wood

The Army has been conducting a pilot test of food trucks at Fort Stewart, Ga., and Fort Carson, Colo., to serve soldiers who can’t make it to a dining facility because they are in the field training. The trucks will offer healthy menu options such as rice bowls, sandwiches, wraps, salads, fruit and lean beef burgers, reports Army Times. Unit commanders will be able request a food truck to support their operations; soldiers can track the location of the food trucks by following their installation’s social media pages. … American Water’s Military Services Group was awarded a 50-year contract to own, operate and maintain the water and wastewater systems at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., valued at $591 million. The award brings to 14 the number of installations that have awarded the Voorhees, N.J.-based company utility privatization contracts, according to a press release.

Air Force photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson

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