KMC Exchange celebrates 121 years of service, support

KMC Exchange celebrates 121 years of service, support

by: Public Affairs | .
published: July 22, 2016

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE – On July 25, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service marks a milestone — 121 years of serving soldiers, airmen, retirees and military families.

On July 25, 1895, General Order No. 46 established the exchange on military installations, directing post commanders to set up an exchange at every post. Since then, exchanges have faithfully served alongside service members wherever they are called to serve, from Bagram to Barksdale, Benning to Baghdad and beyond.

To celebrate 121 years of service and support, shoppers who use their Military Star card from July 22 through July 24 will receive double reward points, earning four points for every $1 spent. With the Military Star rewards program, for every 2,000 points earned, shoppers automatically receive a $20 rewards card.

The 121st anniversary celebration continues July 25 at the KMCC Popeyes, which is offering two pieces of chicken—mixed or tenders—and a biscuit for $1.21.

Airmen, retirees and their families can help the KMCC Exchange celebrate 121 years of family serving family. Anniversary festivities include cake, manager specials and a121-prize balloon drop at 1:21 pm. For more information, military shoppers can contact the KMCC Exchange at 06371-407-9103.

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