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Airmen prepare fresh baked goods for Kentucky Guardsmen

Senior Airman Raymond Ray, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, stacks cookies that he spent the afternoon baking June 6, 2017. A variety of desserts are baked on site to be served to Airmen assigned here. The 123rd Services Flight recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

Senior Airman Raymond Ray, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, stacks cookies that he spent the afternoon baking June 6, 2017. A variety of desserts are baked on site to be served to Airmen assigned here. The 123rd Services Flight recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

Airman 1st Class Michelle Mason, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, stirs yellow cake batter June 6, 2017, in preparation for desserts to be served the next day in the base dining facility. Baking is done every Friday before Airman arrive for annual monthly training here. The unit recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

Airman 1st Class Michelle Mason, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, stirs yellow cake batter June 6, 2017, in preparation for desserts to be served the next day in the base dining facility. Baking is done every Friday before Airman arrive for annual monthly training here. The unit recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

After baking a sheet cake, Airman 1st Class Michelle Mason, a cook for Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, prepares the cake’s frosting June 6, 2017. Cakes, cookies and brownies are just some of the many desserts prepared in the base dining facility kitchen. The 123rd Services Flight recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

After baking a sheet cake, Airman 1st Class Michelle Mason, a cook for Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, prepares the cake’s frosting June 6, 2017. Cakes, cookies and brownies are just some of the many desserts prepared in the base dining facility kitchen. The 123rd Services Flight recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

Senior Airman Raymond Ray, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, sets pies out to thaw in the base dining facility June 6, 2017. Airmen from the unit serve desserts that are both pre-made and made on site. The unit recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

Senior Airman Raymond Ray, a cook for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, sets pies out to thaw in the base dining facility June 6, 2017. Airmen from the unit serve desserts that are both pre-made and made on site. The unit recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Vicky Spesard)

KENTUCKY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, LOUISVILLE, KY -- The Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Services Flight in Louisville, Kentucky, recently was recognized as the best food service organization in the Air National Guard, due in part to hard-working staff such as the cooks who prepare fresh baked goods every Friday before Airmen arrive for monthly training here.