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Food Service & Subsistence Program. Informational Brief. Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps Washington, DC. Presented by: LtCol C. D. Sanabria HQMC, LFS-4. Program Mission.

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food service subsistence program

Food Service&Subsistence Program

Informational Brief

Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

Washington, DC

Presented by:

LtCol C. D. Sanabria


program mission
Program Mission

“The mission of the Marine Corps Food Service and Subsistence Program is to manage personnel and other resources needed to prepare and serve meals to authorized patrons of appropriated mess halls and under field conditions, for subsistence management, quality assurance surveillance, and to provide a trained food service force capable of responding to expeditionary operations worldwide.”

MCO P10110.14M

conus garrison food service contract
CONUS: Garrison Food Service Contract
  • Requirement: Feed Marines in garrison mess halls throughout CONUS operations
  • An enterprise solution: Executed (2) regional contracts that were competitively awarded to Sodexo in 2002; replacing multiple individual base/station contracts
    • East Coast – (32) mess halls
    • West Coast – (21) mess halls
    • Contract term: (5) year base period, with (3) potential option years
    • FPI structure – Contractor is paid a price-per-meal
  • New approach in managing military mess halls
  • Realigned (594) USMC food service billets
  • Received FY2002 David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award from DASN
oconus food service operations
OCONUS: Food Service Operations
  • Maintain (13) Overseas (military managed) garrison mess hall operations
    • Okinawa
    • Mainland Japan
    • Korea
    • Hawaii
  • Cook-Chill Facility: Operates in support of all mess halls on Okinawa.
    • Managed by Marines
    • MLC Cooks and attendants
  • MLC’s for mess attendant functions
field feeding
Field Feeding

“The Marine Corps Field Feeding Program (MCFFP) supports the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) in an expeditionary environment through flexibility in feeding methods - furnishing the capability to provide Marines the right meal, at the right place, at the right time.”

MCRP 4-11.8A

field equipment today
Field Equipment Today
  • Tray Ration Heating System (TRHS)
    • Designed to Support 250 Marines (2 Meals per day) in forward locations using a mobile feeding concept.
field equipment today8
Field Equipment Today
  • Enhanced Tray Ration Heating System (E-TRHS)
    • Designed to support 250 Marines (2 Meals per day) in forward locations serving the full family of combat rations

Small Field Reefer TRHS Field Range

field equipment today9
Field Equipment Today
  • Expeditionary Field Kitchen (EFK)
    • Designed to support 500 Marines (2 Meals per day) in forward locations serving the full family of combat rations.
field equipment today10
Field Equipment Today
  • Field Food Service System (FFSS)
    • Designed to support 850 Marines (2 meals a day) in a Static to Semi-Static environment serving the full family of combat rations.
rations transition support plan
Rations Transition Support Plan







Day 1 to 21

22 +

60 +

Final 21

sustaining the force
Sustaining the force

“Marine employment and integration of air and ground based capabilities reflects our innovative approach to warfighting. History has shown that this approach can be applied with effect in missions that range from security cooperation to major combat operations. Our MAGTFs are task organized for each mission and can be employed independently, or as part of a joint or multinational force.”

Marine Corps Vision & Strategy 2025