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Duke customers pack joint AAFES/ DeCA case sale

The line to enter the case lot sale extended out from the building and onto the taxiway and parking lot May 2 at Duke Field.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jon McCallum.

The line to enter the case lot sale extended out from the building and onto the taxiway and parking lot May 2 at Duke Field. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jon McCallum.

The line to enter the case lot sale extended out from the building and onto the taxiway and parking lot May 2 at Duke Field.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jon McCallum.

The line to enter the case lot sale extended out from the building and onto the taxiway and parking lot May 2 at Duke Field. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jon McCallum.

Once inside the hangar, the line snaked around with lots surrounding customers from fruits to detergents at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Once inside the hangar, the line snaked around with lots surrounding customers from fruits to detergents at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Once inside the hangar, the line snaked around with lots surrounding customers from fruits to detergents at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Once inside the hangar, the line snaked around with lots surrounding customers from fruits to detergents at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Ted Roberts, a 28-year Air Force veteran, uses his make-shift curly fry maker to fill up a basket before dropping them in the fryer at Duke Field May 2.  Mr. Roberts sold refreshments and snacks to the patrons of the case lot sale taking place May 2 and 3.  The retired lieutenant colonel added a drill to the handle of the fry maker to speed up the cutting process.  The Fort Walton Beach native said that after he retired, his wife told him ‘he wasn’t going to play golf all day – he had to get a job.’  He has been running the refreshment stand ever since.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Ted Roberts, a 28-year Air Force veteran, uses his make-shift curly fry maker to fill up a basket before dropping them in the fryer at Duke Field May 2. Mr. Roberts sold refreshments and snacks to the patrons of the case lot sale taking place May 2 and 3. The retired lieutenant colonel added a drill to the handle of the fry maker to speed up the cutting process. The Fort Walton Beach native said that after he retired, his wife told him ‘he wasn’t going to play golf all day – he had to get a job.’ He has been running the refreshment stand ever since. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Ted Roberts, a 28-year Air Force veteran, dries a newly created funnel cake before adding a topping at his refreshment stand during the case lot sale held at Duke Field May 2. The retired lieutenant colonel sold refreshments and snacks to customers waiting to go into the warehouse.  The Fort Walton Beach native said that after he retired, his wife told him ‘he wasn’t going to play golf all day – he had to get a job.’  He has been running the refreshment stand ever since.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Ted Roberts, a 28-year Air Force veteran, dries a newly created funnel cake before adding a topping at his refreshment stand during the case lot sale held at Duke Field May 2. The retired lieutenant colonel sold refreshments and snacks to customers waiting to go into the warehouse. The Fort Walton Beach native said that after he retired, his wife told him ‘he wasn’t going to play golf all day – he had to get a job.’ He has been running the refreshment stand ever since. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

DECA employees help customers load up their truck during the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

DECA employees help customers load up their truck during the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Senior Master Sgt. Theresa Morton, 919th Logistics Readiness Squadron, helps customers load up their cars after checking out at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2.  People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale.  U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.

Senior Master Sgt. Theresa Morton, 919th Logistics Readiness Squadron, helps customers load up their cars after checking out at the case lot sale at Duke Field May 2. People began lining up early, braved the heat of the day, and long wait to get the deals available from the sale. U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.