Mess Hall

  • (noun): A (large) military dining room where service personnel eat or relax.
    Synonyms: mess

Some articles on mess hall, hall:

USS Vigilance (AM-324) - World War II Pacific Operations - Vigilance Comes To Aid of USS England
... her crew broke out fire and rescue equipment on the main deck and made the mess hall ready to receive wounded below ... destroyer escort to find heavy fires blazing from the forward mess hall, up through the wardroom, forward 20-millimeter clipping room, radio room, pilothouse and flying bridge ... bomb, carried by the "Val" that had crashed the ship, had exploded in the mess hall ...
ARIA Music Awards Of 2005 - Awards - Artisan Awards
... Child" Engineer of the Year Matt Lovell – The Mess Hall – Notes from a Ceiling James Ash – Rogue Traders – Voodoo Child Paul McKercher – Little Birdy – BigBigLove Paul McKercher Eskimo Joe – Eskimo ...
Munson Valley Historic District - Structures
... Transformer Building, Comfort Station, Mess Hall, Warehouse, and Machine Shop ... The first floor includes an entry hall, living room with lava-rock fireplace, a dining room, kitchen, and bedroom with adjoining bathroom ... Originally, the first floor had an entry hall, men’s and women’s bathrooms, and two living rooms, each with its own stone fireplace ...
Montana State Prison - 1959 Riot - Negotiations and A New Escape Plan
... to again enter the prison through the tunnel system which gave access to the gun ports in the mess hall and the catwalks in the cellblocks ... Just after sundown, Powell made his way through the tunnels to the mess hall and shouted for Myles and Smart ... Meanwhile, National Guard forces were consolidating at Trask Hall, the gymnasium of Montana's first college campus, just four blocks from the prison ...
The Mess Hall (album)
... The Mess Hall released in 2003, is the first full-length album from the Australian Rock band The Mess Hall ...

Famous quotes related to mess hall:

    Look Johnny, Spig just joined the Navy. I’m married to it. I run the mess hall. I swab the deck. I chip the rust. You’re afraid that they’ll kick Spig out of the Navy. I’m afraid that they won’t.
    Frank Fenton, William Wister Haines, co-scenarist, and John Ford. Minne Wead (Maureen O’Hara)