Military shoppers can plan for the holidays with added convenience when placing orders in advance with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s buy online, pick up in store and curbside services at the Yokota Exchange.
Sometimes, you may find yourself hundreds of miles away from your friends, but this should not stop you from being able to hang out with each other. There are many online activities you can all enjoy together.
Hear ye, hear ye! All princesses and princes of Camp Zama kingdom are invited to join the Disney tea party online placemat decorating contest as part of the Exchange’s worldwide Month of the Military...
AAFES and The Walt Disney Studios are helping military families at Yokota and U.S. military installations worldwide create magic moments at home with Operation Fun, a series of free online movie screenings and weekly virtual activities.
Simple, color-coded guide and filter options let travelers know if local restaurants and tourist attractions are open, whether mask or social distancing measures are enforced, if self-quarantining is required and more.
Once part of a booming industry displaying the elegant traditions of Japan, Kyoto’s Geisha now find themselves at a crossroads with the spread of the Coronavirus and lack of visitors to the famous Geisha districts.
On Aug. 27, the Navy Exchange Service Command’s (NEXCOM) website, myNavyExchange.com, turns six years old. Over the years, the NEX online store has continued to evolve to meet the needs of its customers.