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The AAFES (Army Air Force Exchange Service) Post Exchange (PX) tent is located at Steel Castle camp ground in Tuzla East. The facility is used by IFOR (International Force) soldiers. Items such as toiletries and snacks are sold at the PX during Operation Joint Endeavor

STS060-54-005 - STS-060 - Sega and Krikalev eating snacks on middeck

STS060-54-003 - STS-060 - Sega and Krikalev eating snacks on middeck

(L-R) STAFF Sergeant Joseph Armijo, USAF, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Micheal Kirsch, USAF, AIRMAN First Class Ian M. Griffin-Inbales, USAF, and STAFF Sergeant Thomas R. Kietar, USAF, all with the 22nd Fighter Squadron (FS), enjoy free snacks provided by commissary vendors. MSGT Kirsch is the First Sergeant for the 22nd FS, 52d Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. First Sergeants of different squadrons rotate schedules and personally deliver snacks and juices to troops around the base that, due to location, are unable to otherwise get these types of refreshments. The First Sergeants found that the front line troops greatly appreciate this service and improves the general morale

22nd Fighter Squadron Members, AIRMAN First Class Ian M. Griffin-Inbales, USAF, STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Thomas R. Kietar and SSGT Joseph Armijo (at the end of the line) take a break and enjoy the free coffee delivered by MASTER Sergeant Micheal Kirsch (second from right) via the "Snack Wagon". First Sergeants of different squadrons rotate schedules and personally deliver snacks and drinks to troops around the base donated by different vendors from the commissary. The First Sergeants found that the front line troops greatly appreciate this service and improves the general morale

The USS Bataan's ship store provides snacks and hygiene products for coalition forces located in Khandahar International Airport, Khandahar, Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Pictured here are the ship's store manager, CWO4 (Unamed), USN, left, and Dr. Bowditch, an analyst with the Center for Naval Analysis Corporation. During OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM

The Grinch and his dog Max participate in the 2002 Jingle Bell Jog sponsored by Marine Corps Community Services aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni, Japan. US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines, US Navy (USN) Sailors, and their families joined in the Jingle Bell jog, a one and a half mile run with prizes for best costumes followed by snacks, games, raffles, and fun for the whole family

US Marine Corps (USMC) Private First Class (PFC) Justin Thompson, 7th Marines 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines (3/7), India Company, buys a box full of snacks from a mobile AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange Service) store truck during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM at Camp Coyote, Kuwait

At March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California (CA), US Air Force (USAF) Family Support Community Support volunteers greet US Marine Corps (USMC) personnel from the 1ST Force Service Support Group (FSSG), 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force with a smile and some snacks. The Marines are processing through March ARB, California (CA), as they deploy to Iraq (IRQ), in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Marine Corps (USMC) personnel from the 1ST Force Service Support Group (FSSG) are served snacks by Family Support community volunteers at March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California (CA). The Marines are processing through March ARB, California (CA), prior to deployment to Iraq (IRQ), in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

At March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California (CA), US Air Force (USAF) Family Support Community Support volunteers greet US Marine Corps (USMC) personnel from the 1ST Force Service Support Group (FSSG), 1ST Marine Expeditionary Force with a smile and some snacks. The Marines are processing through March ARB, California (CA), as they deploy to Iraq (IRQ), in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Girl Scout Troop 1195 and Brownie Troop 1364 prepare snacks and drinks for family and friends as they wait for the arrival of the 416th Engineering Group (ENG GRP), Ohio Army National Guard (OHARNG), Walbridge, Ohio (OH) at Owens Community College, Toledo, OH. The 416th deployed to Afghanistan for nine months in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

U.S. Army MAJ. Javier Garcia, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., serves festive snacks to the toddlers at the Child Development Center while promoting Hispanic American Culture Day on Oct. 15, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim M. Laviska) (Released)

MASTER SGT. John Nonog (right), a videographer from the 4th Combat Camera Squadron, March Air Reserve Base, Calif., documents a Filipino woman as she works at her"Sari-Sari Store", a variety store that sells all kinds of food and snacks, during an Engineering Civil Action Program at Luisiana, Laguna, Philippines, on Feb. 27, 2005, during exercise Balikatan 2005.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by SENIOR AIRMAN Francisco Govea II) (Released)

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Caruthersville, MO. 4-9-06 - The Red Cross is providing food and snacks to residents of Caruthersville, Missouri affected by the tornado that hit the town on April 2, 2006. The Disaster Relief truck drives thru neighborhoods looking for residents who may need additonal assistance. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding] Caruthersville, MO. 4-9-06 - A Red Cross volunteer provides a resident of Caruthersville, Missouri with water and snacks. The Disaster Relief as been traveling through town bringing water and snacks to residents affected by the tornado that swept through town on April 2, 2006. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

060714-N-5917H-004 (Jul. 14, 2006)US Navy (USN) Fire Controlman First Class David Berry (left) buys snacks from the USN Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS BOXER (LHD 4) snack bar. The snack bar and the ship's store are vital morale boosters for the crew at sea. The BOXER is currently operating off the coast of Southern California.U.S. Navy official photo by Mass Communications SPECIALIST SEAMAN Heather L. Hyatt (RELEASED)

Riley Lenzmeier snacks on a piece of chocolate cake in the lap of Cathy Nelson as they watch aircraft performances at the 2007 Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Air Show on Feb. 24, 2007.(U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL. Annette Spurgeon) (Released)

[Hurricane Dolly] Edinburg, TX, July 31, 2008 -- A Red Cross volunteer gives some snacks to a child whose family was waiting in line at a food distribution site in Edinburg, TX. South Texas is still recovering from Hurricane Dolly, with many towns flooded and the residents are still without power or water. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Galveston, Texas, September 30, 2008 -- AmeriCorps volunteer Tara Williams offering snacks to evacuees waiting to disembark after a long bus ride. Hundreds of residents were relocated to a safe shelter in San Antonio during Hurricane Ike; two weeks later they are returning Galveston at a temporary Red Cross shelter. Mike Moore/FEMA

Tornado - Joplin, Mo. , August 10, 2011 -- KSYN-FM 92. 5 on-air personality Daron "Snacks" Harris interviews Federal Coordinating Officer Libby Turner at the "I AM JOPLIN" event, a back-to-school gathering attended by thousands of school-aged children and their parents at Missouri Southern State University. The EF-5 tornado on May 22, 2011 tore a path through Joplin seven miles long and half a mile wide. FEMA is in the city to provide assistance to the disaster survivors. Elissa Jun/FEMA

Tornado - Joplin, Mo. , August 10, 2011 -- KSYN-FM 92. 5 on-air personality Daron "Snacks" Harris interviews Federal Coordinating Officer Libby Turner at the "I AM JOPLIN" event, a back-to-school gathering attended by thousands of school-aged children and their parents at Missouri Southern State University. The EF-5 tornado on May 22, 2011 tore a path through Joplin seven miles long and half a mile wide. FEMA is in the city to provide assistance to the disaster survivors. Elissa Jun/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- This Salvation Army vehicle is in the May 20 tornado disaster scene to provide snacks and beverages to storm survivors who are cleaning up debris and searching for possessions. Voluntary agencies provide much needed personal services and are important FEMA partners in disaster recovery. George Armstrong/FEMA

Moore, Okla., May 23, 2013 -- This Salvation Army vehicle is in the May 20 tornado disaster scene to provide snacks and beverages to storm survivors who are cleaning up debris, looking for possessions, and beginning the recovery process.Voluntary agencies provide valuable services to help survivors and are important FEMA partners in disaster recovery. George Armstrong/FEMA

West, Texas, May 11, 2013 -- American Red Cross workers provide beverages and snacks to homeowners and volunteers cleaning up debris from the explosion April 17 at a nearby fertilizer plant. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is assisting residents in their recovery from the disaster. Norman Lenburg/FEMA

Oklahoma City, Okla., June 17, 2013 -- At the FEMA/State Disaster Recovery Center #2, Salvation Army feeding vehicles are handing out food, beverages and snacks to survivors of the May 20 tornado. Salvation Army is a partner with FEMA in disaster response. George Armstrong/FEMA

Hattiesburg, Miss., March 1, 2013 -- This Red Cross van is parked at the First Trinity Baptist Church on Mobile Street, handing out snacks and other small items to local residents. American Red Cross volunteers are positioning their trucks in locations where they can provide food and supplies to workers and disaster survivors. Photo by Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

Washington, D.C., October 30, 2013 -- Flat Stella shows some other items to include in your emergency supply kit. Water and snacks should be included in your kit

Hattiesburg, Miss., Feb. 17, 2013 -- Steven Branch, a local Red Cross Volunteer, receives snacks from volunteer Ernestine Campbell. American Red Cross volunteers are positioning their trucks in locations where they can provide food and supplies to workers and disaster survivors. Photo by Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

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