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AAFESArmy & Air Force Exchange Service
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PenFed said it gains access to a new field of membership that includes 35,000 employees of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, and a great branch network with outstanding service; whereas AAFES FCU gains access to PenFed's products, low loan rates and high dividend yields for its members.
AAFES employees operate more than 2,440 facilities in more than 33 countries, 50 states and five US territories.
Tigrisnet was contracted through AAFES and was the more reliable of the two services.
Whereas an Army or an Air Force installation maintains a separate installation MWR NAFI, a separate NAFI (that is, AAFES) operates the exchange operation.
UFood Restaurant Group Inc (OTCBB: UFFC), a US-based company that owns and operates UFood Grill restaurant chain, has been awarded a contract by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) of US.
AAFES terminated the contract with SRT in 2007, and in 2008 a South Korean court convicted Jeong of bribing U.S.
NEXCOM and AAFES officials anticipated that reimposing a local purchase requirement would negatively impact the military community because, based on the prior experience, retail prices would increase, while the selection of products available for sale would decrease.
Containers: 5,091 (3,001 AAFES, 2,090 DECA & 4,636 Army, Air Force, Navy & others.)
There are a variety of food facilities on a forward deployed base, for example, dining facilities, fast food establishments (Burger King, Subway, Pizza Hut), AAFES ([dagger]) exchange, operational ration storage, and prime vendor warehouses.
The full line of Aleratec solutions, and accessories is featured at 4SURE.com, AAFES, Adorama, Amazon.com, B&H Photo Video, Best Buy, Buy.com, CDW, Circuit City, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Insight, J & R, Mac Connection, MacMall, Meijer, Micro Center, NewEgg, Office Depot, PC Connection, PC Mall, PC Nation, ProVantage, Quill, Ritz Camera, Staples, Target, Tech Depot and Wal-Mart in addition to other leading retailers.
Today at CTIA Wireless 2008, CrossLink Media, an interactive mobile software provider, announced that it was awarded an exclusive mobile contract with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) to provide text-based mobile coupons across military installations throughout the United States.