The VA and DoD have fleshed out some of their plans to let 4.1 million new customers enjoy access next year to commissaries.
DeCA is also unveiling a new "open value" feature that lets buyers put any amount on a card.
How will veterans and caregivers get access to base to shop? No one can say.
Roughly 3.5 million veterans and designated VA caregivers will be eligible to make purchases at military stores.
Pentagon personnel have been directed to start planning for a prospective consolidation.
The Commissary has a new survey tool that will make feedback even easier.
Military grocery stores rank on par with Costco, Publix and Fareway in a Consumer Reports survey.
"Take your garbage and shop off post if you can’t pick up after yourself."
The Military Coalition wants a review and hearings on a plan to combine military retail stores.
The fiscal 2020 defense budget asks Congress to slash funding for commissaries by $271 million, or 21 percent.