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Fort Stewart Consolidated Fort Stewart Consolidated retirees, military family members and Veterans with service-connected disabilities have access to a range of wellness services through their Army & Air Force Exchange Service benefit.

Easy and convenient access to wellness services is part of the Exchange’s BE FIT 360, a program dedicated to furthering holistic wellness for the military community.

The Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange offers these services:

·       A Durable Medical Equipment shop, which sells products such as braces, crutches, CPAPs with accessories, breast pumps, maternity supplies and more.

·       Optical and optometry services.

·       Dental services.

·       Nutrition centers.

“The Exchange is connecting Fort Stewart Consolidated retirees, disabled Veterans, military families and community members to the wellness services they want and need,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “Having these installations available on post provides greater convenience and accessibility to our shoppers.”

In 2020, 4.1 million disabled Veterans and certain caregivers worldwide became eligible for in-store Exchange shopping privileges. These and other

Exchange shoppers, including Veterans with service-connected disabilities, retirees, military family members, DoD and Coast Guard civilians, and active-duty service members, are authorized to use the wellness services, which accept TRICARE, FEDVIP and most insurances, when applicable.

More information on wellness options, including offerings at each installation, can be found at

Veterans can learn more about their lifelong Exchange benefit at DoD and Coast Guard civilians can visit for more info.

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Fort Stewart Consolidated– The Army & Air Force Exchange Service isn’t kitten around. Fort Stewart Consolidated shoppers can send their patriotic pet photos right meow for a chance to win a share of $3,000 in prizes in the Patriot Pet Photo Contest.
From May 1 through May 31, eligible Exchange shoppers 18 years and older worldwide—including honorably discharged Veterans and Department of Defense and Coast Guard employees and retirees—can participate in the patriotic-themed pet photo contest. Shoppers can visit and submit a photo of their pet adorned in a patriotic costume or posing against a patriotic backdrop for a chance to win. The contest is sponsored by Hill’s Science Diet.
Two grand-prize winners will each receive a $500 Exchange gift card. Eight runners-up will each receive a $250 Exchange gift card.
“For many Soldiers, Airmen and Guardians, pets are a part of the family,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “This contest gives the military community a chance to show off their four-legged friends in a fun and rewarding way.” 
Contest rules can be found at beginning May 1. Winners will be selected on or around June 16.

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Fort Stewart Consolidated – Being a MILITARY STAR® cardmember gives access to exclusive discounts, benefits and perks all year long—and even more savings are available for a limited time to new accountholders.
From May 2 through May 9, Fort Stewart Consolidated Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers who open and use a new MILITARY STAR account will save 15% on all purchases made the first day instead of the usual 10% first-day discount.
The savings come on top of everyday cardmember discounts such as:
·       5 cents off every gallon of gas at Exchange fuel locations.
·       10% off food purchases at participating Exchange restaurants.
·       Free standard shipping on online orders.
Shoppers also earn unlimited 2% rewards on purchases everywhere the card is accepted, including commissaries.
The 15% discount applies to purchases made everywhere the MILITARY STAR card is accepted. The discount is dependent on the application being approved and will be applied as a credit on the first monthly billing statement. For more information, visit
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Fort Stewart Consolidated – It’s not just the tax-free savings and military-exclusive pricing that are boosting Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers’ wallets—the Exchange worldwide also gave away more than $600,000 in prizes in 2023.

The Exchange hosts frequent sweepstakes and giveaways, available exclusively to the military community. Prizes awarded last year include shopping sprees, jewelry, gift cards, cash, gaming consoles, trending products and even a customized 2023 Jeep Rubicon.

Sweepstakes are offered throughout the year for all authorized shoppers, including honorably discharged Veterans and DoD and Coast Guard civilians. Shoppers 18 years and older can visit to view and enter current sweepstakes.


Shoppers can also enter to win popular products every week by commenting on the Free Fridays post on Exchange’s corporate Facebook page at MILITARY STAR® cardmembers automatically enter certain sweepstakes by using their cards, including the Home for the Holidays sweepstakes and Your Holiday Bill Is on Us sweepstakes.

Fort Stewart Consolidated kids can win, too. The Exchange celebrates military students’ academic achievement with biannual drawings through the You Made the Grade program. Students in first through 12th grades who maintain a B average can bring their report cards each grading period to the PX for a $10 or $20 gift card. They can also enter the worldwide sweepstakes for a chance to win a share of $4,000 in prizes each semester.

“It’s a privilege for the Exchange to give back to our service members, retirees and military families who give so much to their country,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “A Fort Stewart Consolidated community member might be the next winner.”

Veterans can visit to learn more about their shopping benefit. DoD civilians can visit


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Fort Stewart Consolidated The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is committed to bringing critical Quality-of-Life improvements and tastes of home to service members wherever they go.
For nearly 129 years, the Exchange has served Warfighters and families worldwide with tax-free goods, food and services through world wars, regional conflicts, natural disasters and military exercises no matter the location or conditions. The Nation’s heroes at the tip of the spear depend on the mission-essential Exchange to be wherever they are to keep them ready and resilient. Warfighters can deploy knowing their Exchange benefit is there for them. Watch the Exchange’s Pre-deployment Mission Support video here.
In 2023, the Exchange supported 30 exercises in more than 12 countries across Europe, North Africa and the Pacific with 47,600 troops served. In austere locations, the Exchange served more than 67,000 troops through 300 facilities last year.
“The tastes of home the Exchange delivers are vital to boosting morale, readiness and resiliency during deployment,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “The Exchange is committed to providing the same standard of merchandise, services and more, no matter where our Nation’s heroes are.”
The Exchange’s We Go Where You Go mission encompasses multiple lines of business including department stores, malls, Express convenience stores, name-brand restaurants and services, the Exchange Credit Program and other Quality-of-Life support such as school meals, bakeries and water plants.
The MILITARY STAR® card is an affordable credit solution available exclusively to the military community. MILITARY STAR is especially valuable on deployment, when cardholders in good standing with valid deployment orders to qualifying contingency locations receive a reduced APR and are not required to make monthly payments.
The Exchange operates Reel Time Theaters at Kuwait-Ali Al Salem, Kuwait-Camp Buehring, Camp Arifjan, offering first run movies and free advance showings of major films year-round. Visit for theater information, movie listings and showtimes.
In-store pickup at Exchanges is available for select items ordered at Items eligible for pickup will have a “Pick up in store free” option at the bottom of the product page where shoppers can search for their local store by city or base name.
To learn more about the dining options, services, businesses and more that are available at specific Exchanges worldwide, visit and click “Find a Store” at the top right to search by city or installation name.

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Fort Stewart Consolidated – Fort Stewart Consolidated diners can add some greens to their plates while saving some green in their wallets with Salad Wednesdays.
Diners save $2 on any entrée salad priced $4 or more at any participating Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange restaurant, including Subway and Charley’s. MILITARY STAR® cardmembers can save even more with an additional 10% discount off. Anyone can dine at a Fort Stewart Consolidated restaurant, so civilians and visitors can get in on the greens too.
“We’re making healthier, better-for-you options more accessible for all on Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF said Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “With our tax-free pricing and Salad Wednesdays, the Exchange makes eating healthy convenient and affordable.”
Salad Wednesdays is a military-exclusive deal supporting the Exchange’s BE FIT 360 initiative to empower shoppers to make healthy choices.
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Fort Stewart Consolidated The Army & Air Force Exchange Service continues to serve the military community at Fort Stewart Consolidated with its expanded tax-free shopping benefit to Department of Defense and Coast Guard civilians.


In 2021, in-store and online shopping privileges were expanded to about 575,000 Department of Defense and Coast Guard civilians who hold Common Access Cards in the U.S., its territories and possessions. Retired DoD and Coast Guard civilians can shop online only.


The tax-free shopping benefit provides access to name-brand restaurants and services; mall stores and vending; proprietary credit solutions through the MILITARY STAR® card; and national brands tax-free with military-exclusive prices.


Regis Nolan, a contracting officer representative for the Logistics Readiness Squadron at Maxwell Air Force Base, cites the benefit as an easily accessible option for shopping and dining.


“I shop at the Exchange all the time,” Nolan said. “It’s across the board for electronics, clothing, perishables, gardening…you name it. For civilians working on base, it’s a convenient one-stop shop. We don’t have to leave the installation to get food or snacks thanks to the food court and Express.”


Purchase restrictions at Exchanges apply. Shoppers can visit for details. In-store shopping privileges for active DoD and Coast Guard civilians outside of the U.S., its territories and possessions are subject to host-nation agreements.


Civilians who work side by side with Soldiers, Airmen and Guardians to accomplish the mission of freedom and defense of the Nation are an important part of the military community,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “By shopping with the Exchange, they help improve military Quality of Life as 100% of Exchange earnings are invested into their communities.”


DoD and Coast Guard civilians can learn more about the benefit at Authorized civilian shoppers can also visit to create an account and shop online.

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Fort Stewart Consolidated – The Fort Stewart Consolidated Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s four unmanned retail markets provide service to troops, no matter where on Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF they are.

The Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange’s markets are fully automated self-serve stores that offer better-for-you food options, such as salads, fresh fruit and vegetables, protein bars, hot and cold beverages and more. The convenience and flexibility of the markets improve the Quality of Life for Sol and Department of Defense civilians working unusual hours, in high-traffic or out-of-the-way areas.

Three additional unmanned markets are scheduled to open at Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF in 2024, including a location at Bldg. 706.

“The markets can be tailor-fitted to a location’s needs, from serving a large office building to a simpler unit for a smaller customer base,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “The Exchange goes where the troops go, including on a post level.”

The Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange’s unmanned retail markets all offer better-for-you options as part of the Exchange's BE FIT 360 program that focuses on holistic wellness and a healthy lifestyle, with choices meeting the National Automatic Merchandising Association Fit Pick requirements, as well.

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Fort Stewart Consolidated Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers can add peace of mind to their eligible purchases with an Exchange Protection Plan or AppleCare+.

Exchange Protection Plans, powered by Asurion, are available for electronics, jewelry, appliances, sunglasses, lawn and garden items and more. Fort Stewart Consolidated shoppers who purchase a plan are covered against accidental damage from handling (on portable electronics); breakdowns because of heat, dust, and humidity; power surges; and wear and tear. Plans vary from one year to lifetime warranties and start as low as 2% of the eligible item’s price.

“Whether you have kids running around the house or you keep a cup a coffee right next to your tablet, an Exchange Protection Plan makes sense,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “With the plans, military shoppers are prepared for the unexpected.”

Electronics that connect to Wi-Fi receive additional benefits with an Exchange Protection Plan, including 24/7 tech support to assist with new device setup, smart home setup, Wi-Fi troubleshooting, settings optimization and more.

Shoppers who buy Apple products, such as computers, smartphones, tablets, Apple TV and watches, can add AppleCare+ protection, which covers screen damage, theft, batteries and more. AppleCare+ provides support from Apple experts, allowing shoppers to receive service from those who know the product best, with most issues being resolved in a single call.

Shoppers can add protection plans at checkout.

Department of Defense and Coast Guard civilians and retirees and honorably discharged Veterans who have confirmed their eligibility to shop online may also purchase the plans. Veterans can visit to learn more. DoD civilians can visit

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Military shoppers at Fort Stewart Consolidated can save with military-exclusive deals—always tax-free—with added convenience during the holiday season when placing orders in advance with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s buy online, pick up in store or curbside services.

To start a pickup order, authorized in-store shoppers can visit, select items on their shopping list, select “Pick Up in Store” or “Curbside Pickup,” choose the Fort Stewart Consolidated Exchange and submit their order.

In-store order pickups can be found in the customer service area at the Fort Stewart Consolidated PX. To find a list of participating stores offering curbside pickup, visit

Shoppers can also visit to find military-exclusive deals on electronics, clothing, furniture and more. New deals are released weekly at weekly digital ads.

“The Exchange is all in to provide a convenient shopping experience to those who serve during the busy holiday season,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “Military shoppers at Fort Stewart Consolidated can get their gifts with ease and spend the time they saved where it matters most.”

Department of Defense civilians and disabled Veterans can shop in-store, too. CAC holders can visit and Veterans can visit for more information on their shopping benefit.

Px Family Serving Family.jpgArmy & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers’ generosity continues to help lift up service Soldiers, retirees and Army families. In 2022, Exchange shoppers worldwide donated nearly $1 million to Army Emergency Relief (AER).

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AER provides financial assistance, sponsor scholarships for military family members and offer community programs to make life better for Soldiers and their families.

“At the Exchange, we’re family serving family,” said Exchange Director/CEO Tom Shull, an Army Veteran. “When one family member is going through a tough time, the rest band together to give strength and support. That is what Exchange shoppers do with their continued support of AER.”

Shoppers at the PX or Express can add a $1 donation to AER when checking out. Shoppers who wish to give more can speak with a cashier at checkout to donate in any amount. Online donations can be made in $5 increments at

“The donations by Exchange shoppers make a tremendous difference to the Soldiers, retirees and Army families who turn to AER for help,” said retired Lt. Gen. Raymond V. Mason, AER director. “The partnership with the Exchange continues to help AER be there when our Soldiers need us most.”

 The Exchange has partnered with AER since 2017 to offer shoppers the option of donating at checkout. Since then, Exchange shoppers have donated more than $4 million.

To learn more about the Exchange’s support for military relief funds, visit

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MILITARY STAR® cardmembers know about the exclusive savings, discounts and benefits they receive—but they also help give back to the military community.

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The Exchange worldwide saved nearly $21 million in transaction fees in 2022, thanks to MILITARY STAR shoppers. The Exchange re-invests 100% of earnings to strengthen vital military Quality-of-Life support. Transaction fee savings is a force multiplier for the hard-earned benefits of service members and their families.
Exchange shoppers worldwide generated $214 million in 2022 for Quality-of-Life programs, part of the $3.5 billion in earnings the Exchange has generated in the last 10 years, improving the lives of Soldiers, Airmen, Guardians and their families.
“Whenever shoppers use their MILITARY STAR card, they get the individual benefits, as well as the benefit of helping the Fort Stewart Consolidated community,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Bettina Ciciriello-Frederick. “The positive effect of MILITARY STAR goes beyond personal savings to make a difference for all who serve and have served.”
The MILITARY STAR card, available exclusively to service members, retirees, Veterans, military dependents and Department of Defense civilians, is accepted at all Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Navy Exchange Service Command, Marine Corps Exchange, Coast Guard Exchange and Defense Commissary Agency stores.
Other benefits of the card include:
·       5 cents off every gallon of gas at Exchange fuel locations.
·       10% off at participating Exchange restaurants.
·       10% discount on all first-day purchases for new cardmembers.
·       Unlimited 2% rewards on purchases. (Rewards exclude Military Clothing plan).
·       No late, annual or over-limit fees.
·       Same low APR for all cardmembers, regardless of credit score.
  • Reduced-interest deployment plan with no payments required for eligible customers.
For more information or to apply for a MILITARY STAR card, see a store associate or visit

haircut book on line.pngThe Fort Stewart PX has launched a new online scheduling service for barbershop appointments.

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The initial rollout includes 33 locations under contract with Gino Morena Enterprises (GME). Scheduling is available at, where individuals can select their installation, preferred barber, services and appointment time.
“Online scheduling brings another level of convenience to service members and their families,” said Fort Stewart Consolidated PX General Manager Hollie Morales. “Haircuts and grooming options are an important part of military life, and we’re pleased to provide a more streamlined process for our communities.”
Exchange barber shops offer a variety of grooming services for men, women and children. All are staffed by licensed professionals experienced in military-style haircuts.
Online booking for GME locations will be integrated directly into the Digital Garrison mobile app for Army installations, tentatively planned for July 12. Scheduling through the app will include Great Clips barbershop locations at Fort Bliss and Fort Hood.
Online scheduling will be rolled out to more barbers, beauty salons, nail salons and day spas in the future.
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EXCHANGE sign.jpgSince 1895, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (Exchange) has gone where Soldiers, Airmen, Guardians and their families go to improve the quality of their lives by providing valued goods and services at exclusive military pricing. The Exchange is the 54th-largest retailer in the United States. 100% of Exchange earnings support military communities. In the last 10 years, your Exchange benefit has provided $3.5 billion in earnings for critical military Quality-of-Life programs. The Exchange is a non-appropriated fund entity of the Department of Defense and is directed by a Board of Directors. The Exchange is a 50th Anniversary Vietnam War Commemorative Partner, planning and conducting events and activities that recognize the service, valor and sacrifice of Vietnam Veterans and their families in conjunction with the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration. To find out more about the Exchange history and mission or to view recent press releases please visit our website at or follow us on Twitter at