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The Purple Heart and Disabled Veterans Equal Access Act of 2018 authorized the Department of Defense to expand access to commissary shopping privileges to:

  • Veterans with any VA-documented service-connected disability;
  • Purple Heart recipients;
  • Former prisoners of war; and
  • Individuals assessed, approved and designated as primary family caregivers to eligible veterans under VA’s Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers.

This will require most newly eligible veterans to present a Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC) reflecting the proper designation in order to shop. Please contact the installation to inquire about local policies regarding installation access.

When you shop at Your Commissary, you can enjoy a shopping environment that exclusively serves the military community, with a workforce that understands your needs. Plus, studies show our customers save an average of 25% worldwide, compared to prices at commercial stores!

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DeCA appreciates your commitment to service members and their families. We thank you for sharing these savings and the commissary benefit with our patrons.


Norman E. Brown
Director of Marketing
Defense Commissary Agency

Trhilla of the Grilla

Taste the ‘Thrilla of the Grilla’

FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va.Attention all grill warriors! The ultimate grill competition has begun, and we’re calling all patrons to showcase their culinary grilling skills. Make your cookout a knockout with the specials in your commissary sales flyer for June 3-16. The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) Thrill of the Grill webpage has grilling product tips, recipes and more. Turn up the heat, and show us what you’ve got!
We celebrate our patrons every day with the Your Everyday Savings (YES!) Program. YES! offers extra savings and value on products customers need and buy most. Look for the orange YES! label on store shelves – even on milk and eggs!
DeCA’s “Thinking Outside the Box” (TOTB) recipe for the period is Stuffed Peppers. TOTB recipes are dietitian-approved, quick and economical solutions for home-cooked meals. Customers look for additional savings on the items listed in these recipes.
More savings opportunities are available through the Pathway to Savings – “Instant Savings, Buy One, Get One (BOGO) Free” deals and Commissary Rewards Card digital coupons. Customers can save over $40 through these deals. Many more digital coupons are available at Pathway to Savings “BOGO Free” is unavailable at overseas stores; however, overseas customers can still enjoy instant savings by visiting their stores for specific selections and pricing. 
Your commissary makes shopping easy with the Commissary CLICK2GO mobile app. Customers can access the online payment/curbside pickup service, digital coupons, sales flyer, dietitian-approved recipes and more. The mobile app is free for download through the Google Play and iOS app stores.
Other savings opportunities include:
·       “Soda Sale.” Quench your summer thirst. Coke 16.9-ounce bottles are 2 for $7 from June 13-14, and Pepsi 12-pack cans are 3 for $12 from June 16-18 while supplies last. This sale is valid in the continental United States only and may not be available in some locations. Selection and pricing may vary by store.
·       “Purina Military Cat Club.” The club offers high-value coupons (only valid at the commissary), welcome gifts, sweepstakes opportunities, pet tips and articles. Members can save on Purina products like Cat Chow, Fancy Feast, Friskies, Tidy Cats, Pro Plan, DentaLife, Kit & Kaboodle, Purina One and Whisker Lickin’s. Enter the club sweepstakes online at For June, there will be 10 winners who can each win a travel cat carrier. For more info, visit
·       “Purina Pro Plan Military Pet Club.” Club members receive high-value coupons (only valid at the commissary), sweepstake opportunities, pet tips and articles. During June, there will be 10 winners who can each win a heartbeat toy! Go to to enter. For more info, visit
·       “Church & Dwight Made in the USA $50,000 Give Away.” Church and Dwight is giving away $50,000 in commissary gift cards! Win DeCA gift cards while supporting brands that are made in the USA! Enter to win one of five $5,000 gift cards or 250 $100 gift cards from June 16 to July 31. Enter online at or by mail. For mail-in entries, pick up a form in-store or in Family Magazine.
·       Commissary Store Brands. DeCA’s private label inventory of Commissary Store Brands provides patrons with even further savings. Save big with an assortment of items spanning the entire store, including Freedom’s Choice food, HomeBase non-food, TopCare health and beauty, Full Circle Market natural and organic food, Wide Awake ready-to-drink coffee products, Crav’n Flavor frozen appetizers and snacks, Tippy Toes baby products, Flock’s Finest wild bird food and Pure Harmony pet food.
·       Dietitian-Approved Fueling Stations. The commissaries’ grab-n-go Dietitian-Approved Fueling Stations are a great alternative to the drive-thru or as a quick way to stock office and barracks fridges with ready, on-the-go snacks and meals. These stations are full of dietitian-approved snacks and meals that are nutritious and high-performance foods, conveniently located near the registers in select stores. View the Deli Fueling Station page for a list of dietitian-approved salads, sandwiches and wraps.
·       Stock Up & Save.” Through June 30, customers can save on participating products and enter to win one of five $100 Commissary Gift Cards. A charitable donation will also be made to Operation Homefront, a nationally recognized nonprofit established to build strong, stable and secure military families that can thrive in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. Visit for more information.

Extra big savings hit stateside commissaries during May sidewalk sales

FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va. – Commissary customers nationwide can stock up on their favorite items while enjoying deeper savings during the Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) sidewalk sales event running through May. 

All 178 stateside commissary locations will participate, weather permitting. Most stores will host two- or three-day events; however, dates will vary for each commissary.

To see scheduled sale dates for each store, visit the sidewalk sales webpage. Patrons should also check their store’s webpage or talk with their store manager for any late changes, including weather-related postponements.

Sidewalk sales will typically be:

·        held over two to three days

·        designed to offer extra savings to customers

·        located on sidewalks immediately outside DeCA stores, weather permitting.

“We are proud to deliver commissary benefits to the men and women who served our nation and the eligible family members who supported them. With Military Appreciation Month also in May, DeCA’s sidewalk sales are a great way to thank our military community for their service and dedication,” said Command Master Chief Mario Rivers, senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director.

As DeCA strives to deliver the best in service and savings for customers every day, May’s sidewalk sales offer a special opportunity to help military community members save even more on a broad selection of quality products. Types of products available during the sale include:

·        Snacks, such as nuts, chips and candy

·        Cold cereals

·        Beverages (including flavored water), juices and energy drinks

·        International foods

·        Baking and canned goods

·        Pet food

·        Non-food items, such as paper towels, toilet paper, wipes and cleaning products

·        Baby products

Health and beauty products.


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Feel the Thrill of the Grill May 20 – Sept. 8
We’re bringing grilling back! Your commissary sales flyer for May 20 – June 2 brings back the Thrill of the Grill campaign, which runs May 20 through Sept. 8. We are inviting all grill warriors to take part in a friendly competition between service branches to see who grills it best. Go to the Thrill of the Grill webpage for grilling recipes, tips and more. Read the entire news release online.
Show your pet some love with deals from the commissary
Commissary patrons focus on providing nutritious meals to their families, which also includes the family pet, an important member of the military household. During National Pet Month in May [and throughout the year], the Defense Commissary Agency salutes this important family member with significant savings, promotions and innovations in the pet category. Visit and click the pet link under the shopping tab for coupons and deals that will make your pet a happy member of your family. Read the entire news release online.
A tradition of service: Army quartermasters and the commissary share a historic legacy of service to soldiers, their families
The U.S. Army’s Quartermaster Corps and the commissary share a legacy of service to soldiers and their families that goes back nearly 200 years. Today, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) continues that service, delivering a benefit deemed mission-critical by the Department of Defense. Navy Command Master Chief Mario Rivers, senior enlisted advisor to the DeCA director, and the agency historian, Tamara Eastman, viewed examples of the legacy between quartermasters and commissaries when they recently toured the Army Quartermaster Museum at Fort Gregg-Adams, Virginia. Read the entire news release and see a related video online.
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Commissary CLICK2GO reaches $100M in sales

100m C2G.jpg      FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va.Commissary CLICK2GO, the Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) online shopping and curbside pickup service, reached $100 million in sales on Feb. 16.

“This is a significant milestone for us because it shows the improvements that we’ve made to our online shopping experience, and that we are providing a strong benefit that our military community is using,” said Dr. Theon Danet, DeCA’s executive director of the IT Group and chief information officer. “We’re excited about the future of Commissary CLICK2GO and how we can add even more value for commissary patrons.”

The $100 million in sales was generated through 686,185 completed Commissary CLICK2GO orders since the service launched in May 2021. Basket sizes for those orders averaged around $125.

“Commissary CLICK2GO gives our customers the best of both worlds,” Danet said. “It allows them to place their orders online and save the time they would normally spend shopping in stores. Also, curbside pickup enables them to collect their orders at their convenience by choosing a time slot that works best for them.”

Using Commissary CLICK2GO, or CC2G, also provides additional benefits:

·       Patrons have better control of their budget because it’s easier to see how grocery costs are adding up and make adjustments if they are exceeding their grocery budget. It can also help to prevent impulse purchases.

·       Shoppers can make their preferences known with detailed notes and comments for individual items.

·       Patrons have access to other savings resources through the website, such as viewing their local commissary sales flyer and product promotions, clipping digital coupons and learning about commissary store brands.

·       CC2G offers cooking resources, such as recipes and dietitian-approved meal solutions, as well as product information like ingredients and nutritional facts for each product.

Marketing and outreach to commissary customers were vital to reaching the $100 million mark, according to Danet. In addition, the expansion of item availability at every commissary and the expansion of order windows contributed to more sales. Enhancements in the areas of information technology, payment processing, management and support were also key to the program’s efforts.

Patrons can access CC2G by logging into their shop.commissaries account from their computer or mobile device. The CC2G app is available for free download through Google’s Play or Apple’s App stores.

As DeCA looks to increase the benefits of the program for service members and their families, the agency is actively exploring how to add doorstep delivery to homes and onsite support to military units.

Commissary and Smucker’s partner to serve thousands at Mission: Breakfast

FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va.This year’s Earth Day theme is “Planet vs. Plastics,” and the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) continues to implement initiatives in support of the environment, including removing single-use paper and plastic bags at certain locations.
“At DeCA, we take pride in helping to protect the environment,” said Steve Edlavitch, DeCA engineer. “Most recently, we discontinued single-use bags at some locations, which saves resources and reduces pollution.”
Commissaries on Guam were the first to remove single-use paper and plastic bags on March 15. In the next three months, patrons can expect the elimination of single-use bags in Hawaii on April 30 and California and Washington on June 30. DeCA intends to adapt its approach based on each location's needs and legislative environment until all stores in the agency have discontinued single-use bags.
With the initiative, DeCA will keep thousands of single-use bags, which take years to break down, out of landfills worldwide. Commissary customers are encouraged to bring reusable bags from home or purchase reusable or hot/cold bags from the selection available at each store. Commissaries will post signs to keep patrons informed.
DeCA is not only cutting its usage of single-use bags, it’s also undertaking several other long-term initiatives to help reduce emissions and lessen its environmental impact. Through its environmental program, the agency recycled over 99 million pounds of materials in 2023.
The agency recycled or diverted the following commodities in 2023:
·Equipment liquidation - 503,303 pounds
·Cardboard - 78,888,159 pounds
·Food donations - 5,311,960 pounds
·Plastic - 1,884,051 pounds
·Wood pallets - 6,469,705 pounds
·Compost – 1,591,158 pounds
·Fat and bones - 1,285,492 pounds
·Wood - 1,336,490 pounds
·Local farm – 520,200 pounds
·Consolidated recyclables – 524,291 pounds
·Metal - 442,854 pounds
·Other recyclables – 580,294 pounds
·Rotisserie chicken oil - 127,494 pounds
·Office paper - 242,179 pounds
·Fryer oil - 13,229 pounds
·Food recovery (organics) - 301,771 pounds
·Aluminum cans – 8,947 pounds
·Toner cartridges – 3,706 pounds.
“Supporting and protecting the communities around our commissary locations is a major concern for the agency,” Edlavitch said. “The agency takes its mission to be an aid to those communities seriously, whether it's ensuring that items that can be recycled don't end up in a landfill, or that food donations make it to a local food bank.”
In 2012, DeCA began donating edible but unsellable food to local food banks located around commissaries in the U.S. Over 41 million pounds of food have been diverted since the agency began the program. The food bank program helps move unsellable products out of commissaries without sending them to a landfill, while helping feed those struggling to put food on their table. In 2023, the agency donated 5.3 million pounds of edible but unsellable food from 179 commissaries.
Every year, the agency, its employees, and patrons participate in the federal government’s Feds Feed Families campaign and donate to stateside food banks and pantries. Of the 10 million pounds donated in 2023, the Department of Defense (DOD) contributed 5.9 million, or 59 percent, an increase of more than 26 percent from 2022. DeCA’s share of DOD’s 5.9 million was 4.1 million pounds, or 69 percent, an increase of more than 28 percent.
Commissaries also make it easy for patrons to live more sustainably by offering environmentally friendly products. For example, patrons can find organic produce, energy-saving compact fluorescent and LED light bulbs, high-efficiency laundry products, environmentally friendly cleaning products, and reduced packaging products like paper towels and bathroom tissue without the cardboard tubes for sale. Also available for purchase are reusable shopping bags to help reduce the number of paper and plastic bags sent to landfills.
Patrons can also find Full Circle Market, a Commissary Store Brand, on store shelves. Full Circle Market provides sustainable choices with all-natural ingredients while not costing a fortune or sacrificing taste. According to the brand's website, their "organic foods are farmed and produced without chemical treatments and processing. Full Circle Market organic foods have been produced using cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that support cycling on-farm resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity."
The agency is also reducing its footprint by:
Renovating stores to minimize energy and water consumption
Installing glass doors on refrigeration units to conserve energy
Using natural light and energy-efficient LED lighting when possible
Installing low- to no-maintenance flooring in some stores, reducing the chemicals and equipment needed to strip and polish floors
Installing motion sensors to reduce lighting when there are no personnel working in a particular area
Implementing computer-controlled HVAC systems with a modulated mechanical system to conserve energy
Using variable frequency drive technology in refrigeration racks to reduce the energy consumption at the stores
Replacing legacy refrigeration systems with systems that use natural refrigerants with low global warming potential
· Using heat reclaim technology to capture the energy generated by compressor racks and use it elsewhere in the store.
"Every day of the year, DeCA is working to shrink our footprint while we increase food donations and recycling; it's been ingrained in our everyday work lives,” Edlavitch said. "We hope our patrons will join us to help protect mother earth for many generations.”

Earth Day 22 April

Weathering the storm

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FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va. – More than 6,000 active-duty, Reserve, Guard, retired and veteran service members and their families from the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, community enjoyed a free morning meal May 7 during the 15th annual Mission: Breakfast event.

The annual J.M. Smucker Company’s Mission: Breakfast event challenges commissaries to participate in a friendly competition to build and create an in-store display highlighting Smucker’s product line. The Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) JBSA-Lackland Commissary took top honors in building the most creative product display during the June 2023 contest promotional period and won the distinction of hosting this year’s event.

“An event like this is really a part of the benefit that service members and their families earn by serving our nation. We want to thank you all for being here today, being a part of this event, and enjoying the commissary benefit you’ve earned,” said John E. Hall, DeCA director and CEO.

The event was open to the JBSA-Lackland military community and featured a free catered breakfast of pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, biscuits, sausages, chicken products, juice and coffee, with live music, fun activities and free company products.

“We want to give back to our military personnel,” said Mark P. Smucker, J.M. Smucker Company president and CEO. “We want to say ‘thank you’ for all that they do for our country – protecting our country,” he said.

Military ties run deep for the Smucker Family. Smucker’s grandfather and former company CEO, Paul Smucker, spent two years in the Navy, as a lieutenant assigned to the USS Cassin Young in the South Pacific during World War II. Smucker’s father, Tim, chairman emeritus at The J.M. Smucker Company, attended basic training at Lackland in 1969. It was Tim Smucker who started the Mission: Breakfast concept 15 years ago as a way to recognize troops.

“This event is awesome; it is an expression of the Smucker’s family appreciation and gratitude to our troops,” said Air Force Col. Billy Wilson, Jr., commander of the 737th Training Group at JBSA-Lackland.

Wilson is charged with training U.S. Air Force recruits. He said the 737th Training Group’s mission is “a commitment to young people by helping them to discover themselves through service to their country.” Wilson also said although the event is a great display of support for the troops, “it also provides an opportunity for our military community to say ‘thank you’ for everything you [The J.M. Smucker Company] do for us through the Lackland Commissary.”

Those sentiments were echoed by Navy Command Master Chief Mario Rivers, DeCA’s senior enlisted advisor. “This event is an awesome demonstration of the support and appreciation our young troops have from the nation,” Rivers said. “In addition, it also gives us an opportunity to not only thank them for their commitment to serve, but more importantly, to educate them from the start of their service on the many benefits they have available to them now and throughout their career.

“When shopping regularly at a commissary, you can save thousands of dollars each year compared to commercial retailers,” Rivers continued. “You save $50 for every $200 you spend on groceries if you shop your commissary. We are proud to deliver the best prices possible to our military community – a benefit you’ve earned through your faithful service.”

Previous winners of the Mission: Breakfast contest have included the following commissaries:

  • ·       Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia (2023)
  • ·       Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii (2022)
  • ·       Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia (2019)
  • ·       Fort Belvoir, Virginia (2018)
  • ·       Naval Base San Diego, California (2017)
  • ·       Eglin Air Force Base, Florida (2016)
  • ·       Fort Carson, Colorado (2015)
  • ·       Fort Bliss, Texas (2014)
  • ·       Fort Sam Houston at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas (2013)
  • ·       Fort Eustis at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia (2012)
  • ·       Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii (2011)
  • ·       Langley Air Force Base at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia (2010)

Be healthier in 2024 with ‘Thinking Outside the Box’ to save money, time

Thinking Outside the Box meals offer quick, healthy and economical solutions for your busy lifestyle. They also include tips and suggestions on how to use the leftover items after preparing your meal. In addition to offering a nutritious recipe for a family meal, TOTB provides scientifically credible health and nutrition information with tips on how to improve the nutrition quality of the diet. Try using these for a month and see what happens to not only your food budget but also your waistline! They feature a key nutrient and align with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and may even be a tastier and healthier version of a high-fat or high-calorie dish. Start new healthy habits with TOTB as well as with Dietitian Approved recipes.

Check out the Healthy Eats section online.

Applications now available for 2024 – 2025 scholarships

Applications have now opened for Fisher House Foundation’s Scholarships for Military Children program for academic year 2024 – 2025. The program recognizes the contributions of military families to the readiness of America’s fighting force and celebrates the commissary’s role in enhancing military quality of life. Fisher House Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping service members, veterans and their families, administers the program. For scholarship year 2024-25, Fisher House Foundation will award 500 scholarship grants of $2,000 each. The selection process will begin following the application deadline of Feb. 14, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Read the entire news release online.

Commissaries customize website for online shopping

Commissary patrons now see a faster path to virtual shopping as the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) announces “,” as its go-to website for access to services like online ordering, payment and pickup. replaced “” as DeCA’s patron-facing online site, streamlining the customer experience and making it consistent with other grocery retailers. Read the entire new release online.

Commissary patrons now see a faster path to virtual shopping as the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) announces “,” as its go-to website for access to services like online ordering, payment and pickup. replaced “” as DeCA’s patron-facing online site, streamlining the customer experience and making it consistent with other grocery retailers. Read the entire new release online.

Build your basket with us! The Dietitian Approved Thumb (DAT) shelf tags makes it easy to identify foods that are nutrient dense from lean proteins, healthy fats and whole grains: Dietitian Approved

Army Family Shops for grosseries at commissary 1943

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FORT GREGG-ADAMS, Va. Today’s U.S. Army celebrates a legacy of 249 years dating back to the American Revolution when the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia passed a resolution creating the Continental Army on June 14, 1775.
Two days after the establishment of the Continental Army, the roots of the commissary benefit were laid down when the Continental Congress created two supply offices, the Commissary General and the Commissary General of Stores and Purchases.
“The Defense Commissary Agency is proud to recognize the Army’s 249th anniversary, and we want all our soldiers – active duty, reservists, retirees and their family members along with disabled veterans and their caregivers – to know we celebrate them every day by delivering the commissary benefit they’ve earned,” said Navy Command Master Chief Mario Rivers, senior enlisted advisor to the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) director. “We also want them to be aware that if they’re not shopping their commissary, then they are missing out on overall savings of at least 25 percent compared to prices at ‘outside the gate’ grocery stores – that means savings of at least $50 on a $200 grocery bill!”
During the Revolutionary War, it was a difficult feat keeping the Continental Army fed and able to fight. The American troops started the war without the supplies they required, including cooking equipment and food. A shortage of salt meant fish and meat could not be preserved, which made the food deficit worse. 
On July 19, 1775, Congress appointed Joseph Trumbull, the son of Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull, as Commissary General. His department, charged with feeding the army, faced the unprecedented challenges of reconnecting supply lines in a war that flipped from the defense of extended positions to the near chaos of defeat and retreat.
On Aug. 14, 1775, Thomas Mifflin was named the Quartermaster General of the Continental Army by Gen. George Washington. The quartermaster general was responsible for procuring and distributing food and supplies. He was also the principal staff officer for the route reconnaissance and movement of troops. Other responsibilities included obtaining and maintaining wagons and boats to transport food and supplies.
Fifty years later, officers in charge of subsistence operations were known as chief commissaries, and their staff consisted of assistant commissaries and commissary sergeants. The Army began selling food items that year from warehouses to Army officers for their personal use. By 1841, officers could also purchase items for their families as well.
Congress authorized the Army to sell goods at cost from its subsistence warehouses to officers and enlisted men alike beginning on July 1, 1867. This is considered the start of the modern commissary benefit. No geographical restrictions were placed on these sales, which could take place at all Army posts, from the frontier to the East Coast.
By 1868, customers could choose from an official 82-item stock list, which was comparable to civilian dry-goods grocery stores at the time. By contrast, commissary stock lists today include as many as 15,000 items.
Army-run grocery stores called sales commissaries eventually replaced the subsistence warehouses of the 19th century, selling items at cost and providing soldiers good food at reasonable prices. When the Army’s mission expanded around the world, commissaries followed – first to Cuba and the Philippines in 1898-99, then to China in 1900, Panama in 1904 and France in 1918.
While commissaries were originally created for active-duty Army personnel, they gradually were made available to members of every armed service, military retirees, reservists, authorized family members, and disabled veterans and their caregivers.
In 1952, to help cover the stores’ expenses, the Department of Defense ordered an across-the-board 2-percent surcharge; this was gradually increased until it reached the current level of 5 percent in 1983. Funds generated by the surcharge go toward construction, renovation and maintenance of commissary structures, as well as for some supplies and equipment.
By 1990, Congress and the Defense Department decided to consolidate the individual service commissary systems into one agency. The newly formed Defense Commissary Agency officially took control of 411 military commissaries and multiple related operations, such as Air Force troop support operations and sales to U.S. Embassy personnel, on Oct. 1, 1991.
Today, commissaries continue to save soldiers and their families thousands of dollars annually on their purchases in comparison to similar products at commercial stores. Commissaries boast conveniences like online ordering/curbside pickup services, a mobile app, self-checkouts, digital coupons, dietitian-approved resources to identify healthy foods, sushi bars, hot foods, deli-bakeries, credit and debit card acceptance, gift cards and much more.
“Since 1775, millions of Americans have worn the Army uniform and established a superb record of valor, sacrifice and distinguished service in conflicts from the American Revolution to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Rivers said. “Now, 249 years later, members of the Army community, along with their peers in the other armed services, may shop at any of DeCA's 235 commissaries at U.S. military installations around the world.”
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