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DSCP Subsistence Worldwide Customer Conference & Food Show June 2010. R&D Projects for the Marine Corps and Air Force Food Service Equipment . MC Strategic Food Service Plan. Equipment required to meet the mission. Equipment Gap. TRHS E-TRHS EFK FFSS.

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DSCP Subsistence Worldwide

Customer Conference & Food Show

June 2010

R&D Projects for the Marine Corps and Air Force Food Service Equipment

mc strategic food service plan
MC Strategic Food Service Plan

Equipment required to meet the mission

Equipment Gap

TRHS E-TRHSEFK FFSS

FSR / MRE

MRE / FSR

UGR-B

UGR-H&S

Day 30 – 90+

Final 21

Day 1 - 20

Day 21+

Date: 1 Jan 2010

r d and procurement goals
R&D and Procurement goals
  • Goals
    • Bridge the gap in current equipment that makes it difficult to meet the stated mission
    • Provide streamlined procurement actions with CAIV as the driver
    • Meet the expeditionary requirements of the MC by providing low footprint/low support feeding solutions
    • Increase morale by increasing the variety and quality of rations

Date: 1 Jan, 2010

marine corps legacy and r d systems
Marine Corps Legacy and R&D Systems
  • Legacy Systems
    • Tray Ration heating System (TRHS) 588 fielded systems
    • Field Food Service System (FFSS) 42 fielded systems
  • New R&D Systems
    • Enhanced Tray Ration Heating System (ETRHS) integration of fielded components and purchased refrigeration systems
    • Expeditionary Field Kitchen (EFK)
equipment tray ration heating system day 20
Equipment – Tray Ration Heating System (day 20+)
  • ‘Heat on the Move’ capability meets expeditionary requirements of the MC
  • Entirely contained within the HMMWV
  • Uses DC power supplied by the vehicle to run a JP-8 fired burner and heat the tank

Date: 1 Jan, 2010

equipment tray ration heating system day 206
Equipment – Tray Ration Heating System (day 20+)
  • Cook starts the system, drops in the heat and serve rations and drives to site, able to feed 125 personnel upon arrival
  • Limited ration flexibility as the system only boils water, no grilling or baking
  • Modernization effort (Statement of Need in staffing) drivers are the elimination of unarmored HMMWV, lack of flexibility and sole sourcing of components

Date: 1 Jan, 2010

enhanced tray ration heating system
Enhanced Tray Ration Heating System
  • Designed to support 250-350 Marines (2 hot group meals/day) in forward locations serving the full family of DoD group rations
  • Kitchen in a box concept allows for rapid transportation to/within theatre
  • The refrigeration unit provides refrigerated or frozen space (300 ft3)
enhanced tray ration heating system8
Enhanced Tray Ration Heating System
  • Refrigeration and addition of baking and grilling capability provides greater ration flexibility (UGR-A™s are not currently authorized)
  • Integration effort only. All items are in the MC logistics supply train
  • Acquisition Objective is 68 systems
  • Planned fielding in 4Q10
equipment field food service system base camp operations
Equipment – Field Food Service System (base camp operations)
  • Capacity to support 850 personnel with all ration types. Includes sanitation and serving capabilities
  • Original AO was 75 systems of which 42 were procured and fielded.
  • Three ISO containers that mate to form a single system
  • All electric commercial appliances provide rapid heat up and recovery times, steam generation, large throughput
  • Not designed for expeditionary use. Power requirements (200kW), interface requirements (all containers need to be on ~ same level ground) and support requirements (difficult electric maintenance and repair functions) make the system difficult to field and maintain.

Date: 1 Jan, 2010

expeditionary field kitchen
Expeditionary Field Kitchen
  • Capacity to feed 500 with the ability to prepare all group rations
  • Acquisition Objective is 104 systems. Procurement effort underway with RFP published 22 Apr 10.
  • Item shown is the third of three prototypes. System completed rigorous off-road test regimen at ATC to obtain ‘expeditionary’ status. Recently completed successful Limited User Evaluation.
  • Estimated contract award in Aug 2010
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Expeditionary Field Kitchen
  • EFK requires 10kW MEP 803A generator to run all systems. Gensets procured and supplied to engineering support group
  • Modified commercial appliances provide restaurant style ability to MC food service personnel while staying within the guidelines of the MCs ‘single burner initiative’
  • Follows single box concept, all items necessary to chill, prep, cook, serve and sanitize are contained in the one container
af strategic food service plan build the base
AF Strategic Food Service Plan“Build the Base”

Equipment

SPEK/CDK

9-1

Legacy

BEAR 550i (1100, 1650, 2200, 2750, 3300)

ESPEK/CESPEK

New R&D

TRHS E-TRHSEFK FFSS

FSR / MRE

UGR-H&S Limited UGR-A

All Group Rations

Incl. Line item A’s

Day 5 - 15

Day15+

Day 1 - 5

Date: 20 Jan 2010

goals
Goals

Goals:

    • Meet the Air Forces modular force bed down and field feeding requirements and objectives (BEAR play book)
    • Reduce labor, provide upgraded equipment, and increases the yield of food production
    • Reduce overall life cycle costs of food service equipment
    • Provide modern, approved/tested electric food service equipment items
  • Reduce transportation and deployment footprint
  • Improve feeding efficiencies, cook comforts and morale
  • Reduce logistical burdens and support technical transitions

Date: 20 Jan 10

air force legacy and r d systems
Air Force Legacy and R&D Systems
  • Legacy Systems:
    • Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen (SPEK)
    • Containerized Deployment Kitchen (CDK) System
    • 9-1 Kitchen System (i.e. Harvest Falcon)
  • New R&D Systems:
    • Electric Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen (ESPEK) , Containerized Electric Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen System (replaces SPEK & CDK)
    • Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) 550 Kitchen System (Modernized 9-1)
single pallet expeditionary kitchen system spek
Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen System (SPEK)

Legacy SPEK: Two versions (Home Station and BEAR)

  • Supports initial UGR-H&S™ meal preparation for 550, two times per day until 9-1/BEAR set arrival
  • Single 463L pallet, TEMPER Tent or EISU shelter, primary equipment: fuel-fired TRHS, sanitation system, and generator (2kW)
  • No organic refrigeration or ECU

Date: 20 Jan 10

containerized deployment kitchen cdk
Containerized Deployment Kitchen (CDK)

Legacy CDK:

  • Supports initial UGR-H&S™, UGR-A™, and line item A meal preparation for 550, two times per day until BEAR set arrival (30 systems)
  • 2 for 1 Expandable 20” ISO container, all electric appliances, 150kW gen set, 12K pounds
  • Standard & enhanced replacement equipment package provided to the Air Force in 2006
  • Heavy, difficult to move via air (requires K-loader)

Date: 20 Jan 10

9 1 kitchen system i e bear
9-1 Kitchen System (i.e. BEAR)

Legacy 9-1 (formerly Harvest Falcon/Eagle):

  • Supports all group ration preparation for feeding 550 to 1100 personnel 3 meals per day
  • TEMPER Tent System, Water and Electrical Distribution system, includes ECU, refrigeration, spares, all electric appliances (152 components)
  • Meets the Air Forces Force Module construct (“building the base”)
  • Untested COTS equipment

Date: 20 Jan 10

electric single pallet expeditionary kitchen espek
Electric Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen (ESPEK)

ESPEK:

  • R&D effort to replace the SPEK and CDK
  • Supports initial UGR-H&S™ meal preparation (550) and UGR-A™ (350) meals two times per day until BEAR set arrival
  • CAMSS shelter system, portable flooring system, all electric appliances, 60 kW generator, 10K pounds MGW
  • Meets the Air Forces Force Module construct (“building the base”)
  • No organic refrigeration or ECU
  • Transitioning TDP to Air Force in 4Q10
containerized electric single pallet expeditionary kitchen cespek
Containerized Electric Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen (CESPEK)

CESPEK:

  • R&D effort to replace the SPEK and CDK
  • Supports initial UGR-H&S™ meal preparation (550) and UGR-A™ (350) meals two times per day until BEAR set arrival
  • Type III expandable TriCon shelter, high output all electric appliances, 60 kW generator, <10K pounds MGW
  • No organic refrigeration or ECU
  • Transitioning TDP to Air Force in 4Q10
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Containerized Electric Single Pallet Expeditionary Kitchen (CESPEK)

CESPEK model shown with optional refrigeration and dining shelter

modernization and implementation of the air force basic expeditionary airfield resources bear
Modernization and Implementation of the Air Force Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR)
  • BEAR 550:
    • R&D effort to modernize/replace the 9-1
    • Supports BEAR feeding of all group rations for 550-3300 personnel three meals per day
    • Soft shelter based, modular, new state of the art electric food equipment items, prime base powered, 3 ADR300’s, ECU’s
    • Provide AF new electric food service equipment; and implementation plan to support the initial (i) and follow-on (f) systems
    • Meets the Air Forces Force Module construct (“building the base”)
    • Transitioning TDP to Air Force in 4Q10

BEAR (i) Kitchen System integrated into CAMSS20EX-24 Shelter (Tyndall AFB)

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Modernization and Implementation of the Air Force Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR)

Dining Area

Storage Area

Dining Area

Kitchen Area

Illustration of BEAR(i) X2 (6 – 40ft shelters feeds 1100)

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