Kitchen Sink Included: Meet the Military ‘Base in a Box’

We found this article on a kitchen design for use by the military.

By Allison Barrie

Published December 02, 2011|

Kitchen in a Box

A chef prepares a four-course meal for up to 3,000 soldiers in a kitchen in a box -- one that can be assembled anywhere in just a few hours.

Camp Supply International

A chef prepares a four-course meal for up to 3,000 soldiers in a kitchen in a box — one that can be assembled anywhere in just a few hours.

Forces often need to operate in areas where the local infrastructure is rudimentary at best or has collapsed. Kitchen, laundry, water and sanitation facilities are essential for forces that will be based at home but on contingency status — meaning those needing to deploy quickly.

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