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"During the midnight meal, we will serve our traditional dinner meal and we will also be adding our seven new breakfast items, to include eggs, bacon, pancakes and French toast," said 2nd Lt. Dari Moore, 325th Force Support Squadron food service officer. "We will also have hot beverages like coffee and tea."
Their target audience is the Airmen working on the flight line during the night shift. Previously, they would have to travel off base to grab a hot meal.