It’s official: Military exchanges plan to offer online access to veterans by Nov. 11


The military exchanges have the green light to open their online doors to veterans by Nov. 11, an idea initially proposed by a top exchange official nearly three years ago.

Defense Department officials notified the congressional oversight committees Jan. 11 of their intent to open up the military exchange online shopping benefit to all honorably discharged veterans. On Jan. 18, a memorandum went out with guidance for the military departments to implement the program by Nov. 11.

Congress had 30 days from the notification to lodge any protests, but “to date, the department has not received any concerns from the committees,” said Army Lt. Col. Myles Caggins, a DoD spokesman, on Wednesday.

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