Thanksgiving feast comes to Fort Bragg early

Thousands of pounds of turkey served out to soldiers and their families
November 26, 2013 10:27:26 AM PST
Thanksgiving came a little early to Fort Bragg Tuesday as soldiers and their families enjoyed the traditional annual meal.

Workers cooked up about 4,100 pounds of turkey, 3,300 pounds of beef, almost 3,000 pies and more than 400 cans of yams.

Thousands of soldiers and their families will be served the holiday meal through Thursday.

The three-day feast also includes a Thanksgiving meal competition by soldier chefs.

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