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  • Hill Air Force Base Exchange recognizes heroes with Veterans Day coins

    In honor of Veterans Day, the Hill Air Force Exchange will recognize those who selflessly sacrificed for our Nation with free challenge coins. This is the third year Army & Air Force Exchange Service stores will distribute the limited-edition coins to Veterans on Nov. 11 while supplies last.

  • Students can turn good grades into rewards at AAFES Exchange

    The “You Made the Grade” program is designed to reward students, 1st-12th grade, for above-average academic achievement and to inspire them to work that much harder. Qualifying students can receive a You Made the Grade Rewards gift card by presenting a valid military ID card and proof of an overall

  • Virtual gaming tournament offers big status, prizes

    Team Hill members can participate in a virtual Fortnite gaming tournament, be crowned “top gamer team” from the base and earn the right to participate in an all-military championship.The Proctor and Gamble company and the Fisher House foundation present this opportunity to the first 32 teams from

  • Service members, veterans can stream Tokyo Paralympic Games for free

    The Exchange and Comcast NBCUniversal announced today that U.S. service members and honorably discharged Veterans worldwide will be able to stream NBCUniversal’s record coverage of the Tokyo Paralympic Games from their personal devices and computers through The Tokyo Paralympic