Exchange Senior Enlisted Advisor Focuses on Serving Airmen at Minot AFB

Written by: MARISA WOLFE
AAFES PUBLIC AFFAIRS

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s senior enlisted advisor is making it his mission to ensure Airmen and families at Minot Air Force Base have the products they need, whether shopping in-store or online.

During his visit to Minot AFB on July 18, Chief Master Sgt. Luis Reyes toured Exchange facilities and met with Col. Richard E. Goodman, 5th Mission Support Group commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Jeffery Sipos, 5th MSG command chief, to address how the 124-year-old Department of Defense retailer can better serve Airmen.

“The Exchange is all in when it comes to readiness and resiliency,” said Reyes. “We are committed to providing exceptional service to the Minot community.”

During his visit, Reyes also thanked Exchange associates for their dedicated service.

“Since 1895, the Exchange has provided a lifeline to America’s service members and their families,” Reyes said. “The Exchange is family serving family. Whether supporting troops downrange or here at Minot, the Exchange is there to serve them.”

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