ICYMI: The Week That Was in the Exchange Post


This week in the Exchange Post, a long-awaited distribution center and bakery celebrate their grand openings in Korea; video of the new DC and bakery, along with some history; COO Jason Rosenberg honors stellar associates in the latest OPERATION: Call Out; VIQTORY, publisher of Military Spouse and G.I. Jobs magazines, names the Exchange a top Military Friendly® Employer and Military Friendly® Spouse Employer; the Exchange and the Defense Commissary Agency collaborate to bring a commissary on wheels to Camp Hansen; Baskin-Robbins holds a sweet grand opening at the Kaiserlautern Military Community Exchange; Fort Leavenworth associates help out during Operation Allies Welcome; and an Offutt Air Force Base food service foreman talks about her 28 years of Family Serving Family.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at this week’s coverage:

Exchange Celebrates Opening of USAG Humphreys Distribution Center, Bakery

Watch Now: See the Exchange’s Brand-New Korea Distribution Center and Bakery at USAG Humphreys

The Exchange’s Korea Distribution Center: A Brief History


Exchange Recognized as 2022 Military Friendly® Employer, Spouse Employer

The Exchange and DeCA Partner to Help Soldiers and Marines with Commissary on Wheels

KMC Exchange Hosts Baskin-Robbins Grand Opening

Fort Leavenworth Associates Volunteer to Support Afghan Guests

126 Years of Family Serving Family – Connie Evers, Offutt Air Force Base

Catch up with the latest news, features and profiles of Exchange associates every day in the Exchange Post.


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  1. Gunhild E. Hedge on November 23, 2021 at 8:11 am

    I’m retired employee. I used to get e-mails of The ExchangePost but that stopped months ago. If you still send out e-mails I’d like to get back onto your list.

    • Robert Philpot on November 23, 2021 at 2:32 pm

      Hi, Gunhild. We are working to get you back on the list.

      Robert Philpot
      The Exchange Post

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