GRILL SERGEANTS in the Spotlight

Strasser, Mike
April 2008
Soldiers;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p32
The article discusses the cooking show "The Grill Sergeants," a lifestyle program being shown at the Pentagon Channel. Sergeant First Class Brad Turner participated as the first host of the show. According to Brian Natwick, general manager of the Pentagon Channel, the show improves the versatility of the channel's lifestyles programming.


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