We’ve seen plenty of images of natural disasters in the media lately, and you may have even experienced some firsthand yourselves, including Hurricane Michael this week! Commissary operating schedules have been modified in recent weeks due to severe weather, impacting our stores in areas such as Florida, Hawaii, North Carolina …Read More »
We mourn the loss of a great man whose exemplary leadership inspired generations of his fellow Americans and U.S. Navy Shipmates to set the bar higher for achieving a greater purpose.
His unwavering commitment to faith, family and country is a testament of his legacy. As the nation honors his memory, we send our deepest sympathy to the entire Bush family.
***Please note that all commissaries will be open for normal operating hours on December 5, 2018, unless the installation is closed. We remind our customers to check their
MyPlate is a visual guide to encourage Americans to eat a variety of foods and build healthy meals. Experts believe the best and most simple way to improve Americans’ diets and combat obesity is to have Americans focus more on the proportion of each food group on their plates rather …Read More »
Every now and then we get to say goodbye to an extraordinary individual that made a significant contribution to the commissary. The time has come to recognize one of those people. David Dellinger worked with DeCA for the last 50 years as a contractor. Since he was 16 years old, …Read More »
When your kitchen contains the necessary tools for cooking, it’s easier, faster and less frustrating to get meals on the table and enjoy cooking. And by eating at home, you’ll save time and money, and you can prepare healthier meals. One big mistake in preparing meals at home is trying …Read More »
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has enlisted the Department of Defense and other federal agencies in the war against hunger, and you can help by participating in the 2018 Feds Feed Families program! September is a great time to join this effort, because it’s Hunger Action Month! According …Read More »