Doing Business with the Exchanges

We sell beyond food products

Reese Military Sales covers all of your military market needs including the military exchanges.  The military exchanges are similar to a Target store. They sell everything from flat screen TVs and lawn mowers, to Ralph Lauren clothing and Estee Lauder.

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AAFES operates more than 3,100 facilities worldwide, in more than 30 countries, five U.S. territories and 50 states. AAFES operates some 174 main stores and more than 1,300 fast-food restaurants, such as Taco Bell, Burger King, Popeye’s and Cinnabon. AAFES also supports MWR (Morale, Welfare and Recreation) programs that provides military communities with convenience, specialty stores and movie theaters on installations worldwide, including locations in Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom.

Since their inception in 1946, their mission has been to provide their customers quality goods and services at a savings and to contribute to quality of life programs. The Navy Exchange (NEX) is one of the Navy Exchange Service Command’s (NEXCOM) six primary business programs which also include the Ships Stores Program, Uniform Program Management Office, Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility (NCTRF), Navy Lodge Program and Telecommunications Program Office. As a quality of life resource for the Navy, we understand and appreciate the sacrifices that our Sailors and their families make for all of us. Since 1946, NexCom has contributed over $2.2 billion to Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs.

Marine Corps Exchanges have been proudly servicing the needs of Marines and their families since 1897. For over a century, they have known that their customers are special people who serve their country proudly. The Marine Corps Exchange is the #1 Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) benefit to their customers based on the “Marine Corps MCCS needs Assessment Survey.” Their goal requires special commitment to both their Marine Corps and military communities by providing the best quality and true value for their merchandising and purchasing needs. MCCS delivers goods and service at over 2,250 facilities and has a staff of more than 12,000 employees worldwide.

The Coast Guard Exchange System (CGES) is a military exchange system similar to AAFES or NEX that provides goods and services to military members at excellent rates and tax-free. The CGES here at Joint Base Cape Cod, is composed of the Main Exchange, grocery and package store, and a Mini-Mart convenience store, as well as 10 concessions providing a variety of services to military patrons. The Exchange System here on Base provides jobs for over 130 people, many of which are military members and their dependents. A portion of each sale made is funneled back into the community through the MWR program. The following is a list of Exchange stores and their operating hours.

Established in 1946, Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) was created to provide articles of merchandise and services at reasonable prices to Veterans enrolled in VA healthcare system, caregivers, and visitors. Since its conception, VCS’ mission continues, incorporating a strategic Veteran-centric approach emphasizing the importance of service to Veterans and supporting VA’s overall mission. VCS provides retail, food, coffee, and vending services across the country.