John L. Hennessy Award
Region 1 (EAST)
Region 2 (WEST)
USAFE Food Service Small Site Award
Buechel AB, NE 702nd MUNSS, USAFE
AFGSC Best Missile Feeding Operation Malmstrom AFB, MT
Malmstrom AFB, MT
Hennessy Trophy Awards Program has continued since it was first
conceived in 1956, with the
excellence in customer service and food service support within the Air
Force through quality
morale, motivation, mission support, and a professional image through an
The annual Hennessy program also allows the sharing of valuable information between the sponsoring associations travelers, recognized leaders in the civilian food service industry, and Air Force Food Service personnel. Achieving success in the Hennessy competition is a reflection of pride, commitment, and motivation to be the best. The tools of success include superior customer service, astute management, command support of food service operations, and the attitude on behalf of the base to excel and become a winner.
The John L. Hennessy Trophies are an annual set of awards presented to Air Force installations, in single and multiple facility categories, having the best foodservice programs in the United States Air Force. Special recognition is also paid to both the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserve for the unwavering commitment to the total Air Force mission. These awards are based on the entire scope of an installation�s program.
To win - operations must exhibit
sustained excellence in foodservice management, force readiness support,
The John L. Hennessy Trophies have been awarded annually since the awards program inception in 1956. As this program has grown and evolved, so have the actual trophies and associated individual awards. These trophies represent the history and evolution of the Air Force and reflect its growth and change around the world. To be nominated as an annual winner by a cadre of respected peers from within the hospitality industry is truly an honor.
is possible only through the selfless involvement of individuals from
premiere industry associations who
keep those that are
still deployed worldwide serving both their country