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We all need to eat to live, and Americans love to eat, so it’s important to have dining facilities like the Sultan’s Inn where they provide more than just chow. SSgt Natalie Anderson reports on the DFAC’s fine dining in the spotlight.



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Date Taken:03.06.2012

Date Posted:03.09.2012

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:29387

Length:00:00:43

Filename:1203/DOD_100340561.mp3

Location:INCIRLIK AIR BASE, 1, TRGlobe

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