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NEWS | Jan. 31, 2017

633rd FSS John L. Hennessy Nominee

By 633rd Force Support Squadron Food Service Operation 633rd Force Support Squadron

The 633rd Force Support Squadron Food Service Operation is the 2017 Air Combat Command nominee for the prestigious John L. Hennessy Award.

 

The John L. Hennessy trophy is an annual award presented to the best food service program in the U.S. Air Force. The Hennessy award is based on the entire scope of an installation’s food service program exhibiting excellence in management effectiveness, force readiness support, food quality, employee and customer relations, resource conservation, training and safety awareness.

 

The Hennessy Trophy Awards Program has three essential purposes.

 

The first is to promote excellence in customer service and meal quality throughout the service by recognizing outstanding dining facility operations and management. The second is to inspire high morale, motivation, mission support, and a professional image through pride and spirited competition. The third is to improve management concepts and practices.

 

The 61st Annual Hennessy Trophy Awards Program in 2017 reflects the dedication, pride and fellowship of the civilian food service industry and the Air Force thus improving the Air Force way of life.

 

The Hennessy program also allows the sharing of valuable information between the travelers, who are recognized leaders in the civilian food service industry and base-level food service personnel. The keys to success include superior customer service, astute management and senior leadership involvement in the food service operation.

 

The Hennessy evaluation team will arrive on 5 Feb., 2017 and will spend two days evaluating the full scope of the Food Service Operation.