Okinawa, Japan —The Army & Air Force Exchanges at Okinawa, Japan is offering a warm welcome—and a bite to eat – to visitors, Department of Defense contractors and civilians at Exchange restaurants and Express locations.
When Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Kayla Pomroy was considering taking leave to travel from Japan to be with family in Pennsylvania this past Christmas, she checked out a new website called American ForcesTravel.com.
A taste of home goes a long way for military families living in Europe and the Pacific. For more than 20 years, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has supported Girl Scout troops by shipping their famous cookies to military installations outside of the United States in time for their annual selling season.
Love is in the air! The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is helping Airmen and their families at Kadena Airbase shower their loved ones with fresh flowers, gifts and candy for less this Valentine’s Day.
Camp Foster – Love is in the air! The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is helping Marines and their families at Camp Foster shower their loved ones with fresh flowers, gifts and candy for less this Valentine’s Day. Sweethearts can find everything they need in Exchange concessionaire locations as well as online at ShopMyExchange.com.
The Kadena Exchange is helping Airmen and military families launch a BE FIT lifestyle with healthier eating habits as the New Year begins, reaffirming its commitment to service members’ readiness and resiliency.
The Camp Foster Exchange is helping Marines and military families launch a BE FIT lifestyle with healthier eating habits as the New Year begins, reaffirming its commitment to service members’ readiness and resiliency.
To help navigate the first year of significant tax law changes, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is teaming with H&R Block to offer tax preparation services to military members and their families at a 10 percent discount at the Kadena Exchange.
When Peter Tsai moved from Taiwan to Okinawa one of the first things he noticed was that there were no Taiwanese restaurants here. Certain that the rest of us on island didn’t know what we were missing, he decided to remedy the situation.