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Thanksgiving dinner at Fort Sill, Oklahoma's largest Army post

Published: November 21, 2012

A thousand-plus pounds of meat and round-the-clock preparation required to feed 3,500 basic trainees — plus friends, relatives, retirees and anyone else who wants to join.

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