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445th Airlift Wing Leaders serve good food to airmen

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio - Maj Michael Brandenburg serves reservists during the lunchtime hour at the Pitsenbarger Dining Hall.  Commander's and First Sergeants serve airman at the dining hall during the November and December UTAs to show their appreciation for their service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ken LaRock)

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio - Maj Michael Brandenburg serves reservists during the lunchtime hour at the Pitsenbarger Dining Hall. Commander's and First Sergeants serve airman at the dining hall during the November and December UTAs to show their appreciation for their service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ken LaRock)

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio - Brig. Gen. Bruce E. Davis serves Airman First Class Eddie Sanchez, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, during the lunchtime hour at the Pitsenbarger Dining Hall.  Commander's and First Sergeants serve airman during the November and December UTAs to show their appreciation for their service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ken LaRock)

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio - Brig. Gen. Bruce E. Davis serves Airman First Class Eddie Sanchez, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, during the lunchtime hour at the Pitsenbarger Dining Hall. Commander's and First Sergeants serve airman during the November and December UTAs to show their appreciation for their service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ken LaRock)

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio --        Commanders and First Sergeants served up lunch at the Pitsenbarger Dining Facility during the scarlet UTA Nov. 4.
       The wing's top brass served up roast turkey, roast beef, baked ham, shrimp cocktail, French Onion Soup and hot sandwiches.
       This is something that the wings commanders and first sergeants have traditionally done during the months of November and December for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season." said Chief Master Sgt. Aaron Mouser, command chief.
       "I think its is a good way for the Airmen in our units to see our senior leadership in a service mode and it's a small way we can serve them in return for their service."