ST. HELENA, CALIF. —A recent culinary retreat here in wine country hosted by the National Restaurant Association and Hennessy Travelers Association had the dual purpose of rewarding 50 stars of U.S. Air Force foodservice and whetting their appetites for possible post-military careers in the restaurant industry. NRA officials, concerned about the need to fill an estimated 2 million new jobs in the industry during the next decade, saw the five-day retreat at the Culinary ...

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