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Military Wallet: Military veterans to shop AAFES onlineMilitary Wallet: Military veterans to shop AAFES onlinehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=170812017-11-07T06:00:00Z2017-11-08T00:35:00Z

 

​​​​​U.S. – Like all retailers, the Army and Air Force Exchange (AAFES) is looking for ways to improve their business model. 

But unlike many other retailers, better business for AAFES means better quality of life for military members, as some of the profits are distributed back to the military community. 

Due to the changing environment and force reductions, the Defense Department’s Executive Resale Board voted to recommend allowing online access to honorably-discharged military veterans. 

This is expected to be rolled out in late 2017, pending final approval.

Currently, only active duty servicemembers, members of the Guard and Reserves, military retirees, 100-percent disabled veterans, Medal of Honor recipients, and the families of these groups are eligible to shop at AAFES locations, either online or on-base.​
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