Who can shop at a base exchange?
- Active Duty or Reserve Uniformed and Retired Uniformed personnel.
- Recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor.
- Honorably Discharged Veterans when certified 100% disabled.
- Military Members of Foreign Nations when on duty with U.S. Military Service.
- National Guard not in Federal Service.
What do they sell at military PX?
You can find electronics, tactical gear, clothes, small and large appliances, bath and personal care items, cellphones and computers, fitness equipment and food gifts at your exchange.
What Army units are at Fort Lewis?
- I Corps.
- 62nd Airlift Wing.
- 627th Air Base Group.
- Madigan Army Medical Center.
- 7th Infantry Division.
- 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command.
- Regional Health Command Pacific.
- 1st Special Forces Group.
What is Fort Lewis known for?
Fort Lewis, named after Meriwether Lewis of the famed Lewis and Clark expedition, is one of the largest and most modern military reservations in the United States. Consisting of 87,000 acres of prairie land cut from the glacier-flattened Nisqually Plain, it is the premier military installation in the Northwest.
Can civilians shop at military exchange?
The Department of Defense announced today the expansion of access to military exchanges. The expansion will allow all DOD and Coast Guard civilian employees to shop in exchange stores in the United States and the U.S. territories and possessions.
Can honorably discharged veterans shop at the commissary?
Yes. Veterans with a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) documented service-connected disability rating are eligible to shop the commissary.
Does Fort Lewis deploy?
Units can be deployed from JBLM-McChord Field, and individuals and small groups can also use nearby Sea-Tac Airport. The strategic location of the base provides Air Force units with the ability to conduct combat and humanitarian airlift to any location in the world.