Improved puts your Exchange benefit just a click away

By Tom Schull, Director/CEO, Army & Air Force Exchange Service

Since 1895, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has been a lifeline to
Soldiers serving on the front lines while supporting Soldiers' families on
the home front. Today, the Exchange mission includes providing an
exceptional shopping experience straight from the comfort of Caution-home.
When you retired, you retained your Exchange benefit, including shopping
online at If you haven't visited the Exchange website, I
invite you to check us out. Your benefit is just a click away.
Many of you don't live near a military base. puts the PX
at your fingertips with many of the same name-brand products found in our
brick-and-mortar stores.
In late 2014, the Exchange gave the online shopping site
( its first major overhaul in a decade. The updated site
has been fine-tuned and features vastly improved navigation, extended
product selection and fast customer service. The online product assortment
is updated regularly and includes many of the same items found in our stores
on Army Posts.
More national brands are now available on, including
Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, GoPro, Disney, Apple, Bose and more. A wide
selection of colors and sizes can be found online, too.
The site is more interactive, with robust search features to easily find
desired products.  The checkout process has also been improved. During
checkout, large images, product details, shipping options and discounts now
show in your shopping cart. Payment and delivery options can also be saved.
Products are being delivered faster, with orders received by noon shipping
the very same day. The entire site has been designed to save money, effort
and energy. 
Shopping the Exchange online helps make military communities better places
to live and work.  Exchange earnings-including from online sales-provide
dividends to support Army Quality-of-Life programs for Soldiers and their
families. In the past 10 years, the Exchange has distributed more than $2.4
billion to fund Quality-of-Life improvements. When you shop with the
Exchange, you help Soldiers and families who serve today.
Serving military retirees is a vital part of the Exchange's mission. Whether
you visit your local Exchange on Post or find us online at, it's an honor to serve you and your families.
Tom Shull, a former infantry company commander, is the first civilian and
Airborne Ranger to serve as Director/CEO of the Army & Air Force Exchange
Service. Before coming to the Exchange, Shull served on the National
Security Council staff in the Reagan White House and served as CEO for
several renowned retailers and consumer goods companies.