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  • Working-age military retirees are facing new Tricare Select fees in January, and they must set up a payment process. (Michael Beaton/Army)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38If you set up your payment plan before Nov. 20, you won't have to pay enrollment fees in advance.

  • DoD is moving to give exchange privileges to DoD civilians. (AAFES)

    Nearly 600,000 DoD civilians would get new shopping privileges.

  • 12 commissaries have been selling beer and wine in a limited test for two years (Vladans)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38DoD officials are analyzing whether they should expand the sale of beer and wine to more commissaries.

  • A service member takes a moment to decide which credit card to use to complete his purchase at the local commissary. (MC2LaTunya Howard/Navy)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Pick your credit cards carefully, and explore some options available for the military community.

  • Before you go into debt, check with your military relief society about getting financial assistance. (Cpl. Paul Peterson/Marine Corps)

    Some military relief societies have recently expanded their COVID financial assistance.

  • New app provides quick information to a number of services on Army garrisons. (AAFES)

    Army installations first. AAFES is talking to Air Force officials about a similar app.

  • More cars are parked and fewer are on the road as people stay put during the pandemic, causing some insurers to reduce the cost of premiums for auto insurance. (Scyther5)

    Current and former military who are members of USAA will see their auto insurance cost reduced again.

  • A sailor reads a pamphlet during a Military Saves Campaign open house. (MC3 Charles Oki/Navy)

    Don't fall prey to fraudsters who want you to take money out of your TSP to invest in their high-risk product.

  • The fresh seafood vendor at the Quantico commissary posted this sign about closing its business. (Courtesy of a commissary shopper)

    It will be weeks before the new vendor, Fish R Us, gets to these commissaries.

  • McGuire Air Force Base Commissary assistant store manager Ashley Moats delivers groceries to the vehicle of one of the store’s first CLICK2GO customers. They were among a full slate of customers who used the internet ordering/curbside pickup service on April 6, its first day. (John Zoubra/DeCA)

    Commissary officials want to increase the number of Click2Go sites to 60 in the next two years.

  • Military stores are offering a variety of deals this summer. (Defense Commissary Agency/Kevin Robinson)

    Two more dental clinics have opened on bases, through AAFES partnership; five more to come. Back-to-school savings.

  • Defense and service officials are looking for ways to expand affordable child care for military families. (Photo by Amber Martin)

    More military families might be able to use child care fee assistance programs.

  • The commissary at Jacksonville NAS, Fla., is among the top 10 in sales volume among the newly eligible population of disabled veteran shoppers. (Defense Commissary Agency)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38In spite of hurdles, disabled veterans are using their new commissary benefit.

  • Shoppers wear masks as they wait to pay for their groceries April 16, 2020, inside the commissary at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman/Air Force)

    Commissaries are expanding ways to make it easier for customers to shop, in the pandemic and beyond.

  • The cost of shopping at the commissary is going up. (Airman 1st Class Brooke Moeder/Air Force)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Nationwide, food prices increased by 2.6 percent between March and April.

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