No More Commissary Remote Location Sales

It’s internet official:  the special remote location sales offered by the Defense Commissary Agency have been suspended until further notice.  These sales, which brought commissary products and pricing to locations away from regular commissary stores, were officially called “Guard and Reserve sales.”  I called them remote location sales because they were open to all eligible commissary patrons, including retirees and people working in odd billets that put them away from a military base.

No one knows if these sales will be reinstated in the future.  I’ll keep you updated as I learn more.

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3 Comments on "No More Commissary Remote Location Sales"

  1. We PCS to a remote location next week…. smh

  2. We were posted with a MILGRP in South American and were totally dependent on the commissary at Howard AFB. I would hate to see such remote assignments without support from a DOD commissary.

  3. Retired ANG Chief | July 12, 2013 at 10:22 am |

    Once again the Guard and Reserve folks not near an AD base take it in the shorts. Nothing new to see here, please move on.

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