U.S. Army Revamps Mess Halls, Starting in Missouri

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Drill sergeants get to yell at privates for not eating enough fruit. According to the Associated Press the U.S. Army has revamped their dining program for the first time in decades. The new program focuses on teaching new recruits basic nutrition. "'This is not (just) an Army problem,' said Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command. 'This is a civilian problem that we're receiving and fixing.' Ford Leonard Wood in Missouri is the first base to begin the new program.

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