• Sgt. Ken D. Turman II of U.S. Army Africa became a U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team, the only military team to compete in the 2010 the Culinary World Cup.  "The Culinary World Cup was an amazing experience for me," said Turman. "One that did not become real until we climbed up on that stage and met with chefs from all over the world."

    U.S. Army Africa culinary ace goes global

    Sgt. Ken D. Turman II of U.S. Army Africa became a U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team, the only military team to compete in the 2010 the Culinary World Cup. "The Culinary World Cup was an amazing experience for me," said Turman. "One that did not become...

  • Leave room for dessert . . .  Sgt. Ken D. Turman II of U.S. Army Africa became a U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team (USACAT), the only military team to compete in the 2010 the Culinary World Cup.  "The Culinary World Cup was an amazing experience for me," said Turman. "One that did not become 'real' until we climbed up on that stage and met with chefs from all over the world."

    U.S. Army Africa culinary ace goes global

    Leave room for dessert . . . Sgt. Ken D. Turman II of U.S. Army Africa became a U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team (USACAT), the only military team to compete in the 2010 the Culinary World Cup. "The Culinary World Cup was an amazing experience for me,"...

  • The U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team.

    U.S. Army Africa culinary ace goes global

    The U.S. Army Culinary Arts Team.

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