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As far as military chow halls go, the one here is about average. It is of course free. That's a great bonus ; ) The only other choices are MRE's (field rations, which come in handy if you can't or don't want to go to the chow hall), Burger King (Ugh!) or Pizza Hut (yes we have one, but they have a VERY limited selection).
I haven't been here for one yet, but apparently they run low on items when convoys don't come in in time. You know you're running low on food if you run out of rice in the middle east ; )
Favorite Dish: Haven't been here long enough to have one!
Written Sep 19, 2004
Address: Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq
GENERAL ORDER 1A
The purpose of General Order 1A is to identify conduct that is prejudicial to the maintenance of good order and discipline of Air Force personnel assigned to or attached to duty with in the AOR. General Order 1A prohibits:
a. Possession, manufacture, importation, distribution or consumption of alcohol
b. Introduction, purchase, possession, use, sale, transfer, manufacture or consumption of any controlled substances or drug paraphernalia. Prescription drugs must be accompanied by the original prescription label of the prescribing medical facility or authority
c. Introduction, possession, transfer, sale, creation or display of any pornography or sexually explicit material. This includes but is not limited to photos, videotapes, movies, drawings, cartoons, books and magazines. “Sexually explicit” means depiction or description of nudity, including sexual or excretory activities or organs, in a lascivious or lustful way. The exceptions are magazines videotapes lawfully obtained by AAFES, AFRTS, and MWR center.
d. Purchase, possession, use or sale of privately owned firearms, explosives or ammunition.
e. Gambling of any kind including sports pools, lotteries and raffles.
f. Entrance into a mosque or other site of Islamic religious significance unless directed by military authorities as part of a military necessity or official tour.
g. Removing, possessing, selling, defacing or destroying archaeological artifacts or national treasures
h. Selling, bartering or exchanging any currency at other than official exchange rate
i. Adopting mascots caring for or feeding any type of domestic or wild animals
j. Proselytizing (preaching) or attempting to win converts to any religion, faith, or practice
k. Taking war trophies as souvenirs
l. Attending disciplinary ceremonies of any kind, such as public executions
Violations of the above rules are punishable under Article 92 of the UCMJ.
Written Nov 25, 2004
Favorite thing: While I can't really get out to "enjoy" the countryside, I can appreciate some spectacular sunrises and sunsets!
Written Oct 5, 2004