Culinary Specialist (92G)

The Culinary Specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.

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Military Occupational Specialty.

Culinary Specialist.

Soldier discusses what attracted them to this MOS.

No matter the location, meal, or occasion the preparation and service of food is the primary responsibility of the Culinary Specialist.

After successfully completing 10 weeks of Army Basic Combat Training, you will attend 8 weeks of Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Virginia where the Army will train you to prepare and serve hearty meals, both in garrison dining halls and various types of field kitchens.

Instructor describes what type of Soldier will succeed in this MOS.

You will be instructed in knife sharpening, cutting, scaling, and weighing procedures.

You’ll also train to prepare a variety of foods ranging from breakfast foods, salads, and pasta products to beef, poultry and seafood.

After your Advanced Individual Training, you’ll work as part of an essential team where your duties may include dining facility administration and operations; operation and maintenance procedures for specific kitchen equipment; and meal preparation and serving.

Culinary Specialists are also responsible for field kitchen operations using the Army Field Feeding System.

The skills learned and refined as a Culinary Specialist can help you transition from the military to the Civilian employment sector.

Soldier describes how the skills in this MOS will help them succeed within the Army and beyond.

As a trained Culinary Specialist you will have the opportunity to exercise a wide variety of skills and a high level of problem solving, leadership, and team working abilities: Pride. Character. Integrity.

These traits make the Culinary Specialist a crucial part of the Army mission.

Soldier describes why they enjoy the training/job.

Military Occupational Specialty.

Culinary Specialist.