No, you make me a sandwich.

I can certainly make you a sandwich. The commissary system is a well-rounded and well-oiled machine. Part of that machine is the deli/bakery where you can get made-to-order cakes, sandwiches, cheeses, specific-cut meats and hopefully, a waiting smile. Moreover, not all commissary stores have a deli or a bakery. Overseas, …

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National Military Appreciation Month 2018

Sgt. Jose Paiz, right, and Staff Sgt. Michael Aguilar, left, both of the 1114th Composite Truck Company, California National Guard, guide a woman through thick knee-deep mud, Jan. 12, 2018, from a Montecito, Calif., home to the Soldiers' Humvee. The 1114th is credited with rescuing or evacuating more than 1,800 people in the Montecito area following a deadly mudslide that struck the city in the predawn hours, Jan. 9. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Crystal Housman)

Thank You for Your Service! The Defense Commissary Agency is proud to be part of the military community! We are grateful every day to you, our military customers, for your service to this nation, as we strive to serve you in return by delivering this benefit you’ve earned. And especially …

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I get excited just by saying it.  You can almost feel the energy if you say it yourself.  Better than yep, the YES! campaign is here.  The YES! campaign is a new initiative aimed at ensuring that DeCA is providing patrons with great savings on a daily basis for many …

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What’s the big deal anyway?

Camp Humphreys Grand Opening - Exterior shot of commissary

I have heard all the arguments.  Why do we need the commissary?  It’s just another grocery store.  The funding it requires is better suited for other military operations.  With so many options for groceries, we don’t need another.  There are six other grocery stores right outside the gate (or more).  …

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