Thank the troops this Fourth of July by sending Army & Air Force Exchange gift cards

Thank the troops this Fourth of July by sending Army & Air Force Exchange gift cards

by Myra M. Dizon
Camp Zama Exchange

Camp Zama – Anyone who wants to thank service members and spread patriotic cheer during the Fourth of July can purchase gift cards from the Army & Air Force Exchange Service.

Military shoppers as well as civilians can show their support by purchasing gift cards from the Exchange’s website,

Physical gift cards can be used by authorized shoppers at any Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard exchange worldwide and at, and

The Exchange operates 4,920 stores in more than 30 countries, 50 states and four U.S. territories.

eGift cards that never expire can be sent to any authorized Exchange shopper but can only be redeemed at

“An Exchange gift card is the easy and affordable way to say thank you to service members, retirees and Veterans,” said Camp Zama Exchange General Manager Eileen Al-Sayed. “As our Nation celebrates the Fourth of July, it’s the perfect time to let those who serve and have served know their sacrifice is deeply appreciated.”

Veterans who have signed up for their lifelong Exchange online benefit can also use gift cards to shop exchanges online. Veterans with service-connected disabilities can use gift cards to shop in stores.

Veterans can find out more on the Exchange’s community Hub page.

Any American can purchase gift cards ranging from $10 to $500 addressed to a specific Soldier, Airman, Guardian, Sailor, Marine, retiree or Veteran by visiting and clicking “Purchase Gift Cards” at the bottom of the page. Authorized shoppers can also purchase gift cards through their accounts.

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