Airmen can maintain their BE FIT lifestyle during a pandemic


Airmen and families can find better meals and snacks on the go. Wright-Patterson Express Convenience Stores make it easy for customers to find better meal and snack options with healthier choices and healthier lifestyle shelf labels. BE FIT approved items available on the Wright Patterson Main Exchange, the Kittyhawk Express and the Area B Express include Lenny and Larry Cookies, Quest Bars, Quest Chips, and Ostrim Snacks.

Swap out healthier 4-U machines in the Jarvis Gym, hospital, and building. 4016 also has a variety of options that are better for you, including protein bars and muscle milk.

The Wright Patterson Exchange is committed to maintaining a safe, hygienic, and safe environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Security measures in Wright Patterson Exchange restaurants include:

· Asking food workers to wear gloves and masks;

· Regular disinfection of restaurant counters and food preparation areas.

Other preventive measures at Wright-Patterson Exchange facilities include minimizing cash use and the need for face masks. Regularly disinfect pin pads, countertops, door handles, shopping carts and baskets. Clear acrylic shields separate cashiers and customers, and strategically placed floor decals remind shoppers to keep 6 feet apart at checkouts and other high-traffic areas.

Customers can learn more about what the exchange offers better for them – including restaurant-specific video nutrition guides. Highlights from the healthier decisions of the stock market, choosing a healthier lifestyle and more – at

New MILITARY STAR accounts can save

Military buyers can start the new year off with additional savings. Buyers who register from January 15th to 28th and use a new MILITARY STAR account save 15% on purchases on the first day instead of the regularly offered 10% discount. The discount is displayed as a credit on the first monthly statement of account.

“As many military families try to stick to their New Year budgets, the additional MILITARY STAR savings will help buyers get the best value for their dollar,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Osby, senior advisor to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service. “The MILITARY STAR card is another way the exchange helps the military community save.”

Cardholders receive 2% Reward Points for their MILITARY STAR purchases – including from the vendors of Commissioners and Exchange Shopping Centers – and receive a reward card worth $ 20 for every 2,000 points.

New account holders get 15% off all first day purchases at military exchanges and commissioners, as well as online at, and

“All Exchange proceeds go to the military community,” Osby said. “When service members, veterans, retirees and families shop on the stock exchange, they not only save on daily shopping, but also give something back.”

The MILITARY STAR card is administered by the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and accepted on all military exchanges and commissioners. Please visit for more information.