Officers serve Fort Thanksgiving

Chief Warrant Officer Abel Salazar prepares to serve a Thanksgiving Day dinner plate to a soldier Thursday at Fort Gordon.

 An estimated 2,000 soldiers, family members and retirees took part in the annual holiday meal at Fort Gordon Thursday in which officers traditionally serve their soldiers.

About 1,380 pounds of turkey, 920 pounds of ham, 400 pounds of pumpkins and 520 pounds of shrimp were prepared for the meal, a spokesman said.

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