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Normal Hours
1000 - 1900
0900 - 2000
0900 - 2000
0900 - 2000
0900 - 2000
0900 - 2000
0900 - 2000
Senior Shopping 60+, Expectant Mothers, Individuals with compromised immune systems
0900 - 1000
0800 - 0900
0800 - 0900
0800 - 0900
0800 - 0900
0800 - 0900
0800 - 0900
(Early Bird Hours Rescinded Until Further Notice)
Deli Hours
0900 - 1900
0800 - 2000
0800 - 2000
0800 - 2000
0800 - 2000
0800 - 2000
0800 - 2000
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2606 Indiana Avenue
Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5639
United States

Store Information & Holiday Hours

Special Hours

First Hour 0800 to 0900 Mon. through Sat. and 0900 to 1000 Sunday is dedicated to Seniors over 60, expectant mothers and those with compromised immune systems.

No ID Card Check at the store entrance; ID Cards will be no-touch scanned at the registers or a self-checkout counters. 

Now, guests are allowed to enter the store with the sponsor but only the sponsors can shop. 

Social Distancing of a minimum of 6 feet is required at all times if possible.

Maximum Sales Floor Building Capacity Remains at 250 occupants. 

FACE COVERS when entering, working or shopping in any DeCA Commissary is mandatory. 

NO Early bird shopping hours (Rescinded Until Further Notice)

Reusable/Recyclable Shopping Bags are now allowed. 

These changes will remain in effect until further notice.

Items on Sale

Sales Highlights

Learn more about current promotions.

  • Your Everyday Savings (YES!)
  • The YES! Program provides great savings on a daily basis for many of the items you buy most frequently. We have lowered prices on hundreds of items across the store.
  • Register your Commissary Rewards Card to open the door to thousands of digital coupons redeemable at any commissary. Mobile applications for both Apple and Android platforms allow customers access to their account, review and select coupons and find store information such as hours of operation and phone numbers.
  • Find coupons and coupon links for hundreds of products.
  • Look at the biweekly featured items and sales flyer. Authorized shoppers can login to see the biweekly featured items and sales flyer with discounted products; every two weeks it reflects products as they go on sale.
  • More and more commissary store brands are hitting the shelves offering patrons much more value for their dollar. Currently thousand products are on store shelves offering patrons the same quality for a lower cost. Buy Freedom's Choice for food products, HomeBase for nonfood items, and Top Care for first aid supplies, vitamins, over the counter medications, and beauty care. Store brands are a high-quality, low-cost alternative to national brands. 

Sidewalk Sales

Scheduled for the dates of: Fri./Sat./Sun./Mon. of May 28-29-30-31, 2021. 

Department Telephone Numbers

Store Phone Number: 270-640-4008

Store Director: x 3001

Asst. Commissary Officer: x 3002

Secretary: x 3004

Store Manager (Perishable Chill/Frozen Items): x 3011

Store Manager (Semi-Perishable All Shelf Stable Items): x 3010

Grocery Manager: x 3009

Produce Manager: x 3008

Meat Manager: x 3007

Customer Service Manager: x 3012

Deli/Bakery Manager: x 3327

Special Information

Self-Service Bagging

A Self-Service Bagging Lane is now available at check stand # 11 and # 12 for customers who prefer to bag their own groceries. Baggers for carry-out are available on request.

Cut Flowers

We now offer cut flowers at great prices. Pick up fresh flowers today for that special occasion for someone or just to brighten your day.

Organic Food Products

We carry many organic products throughout the Commissary. They are easily identified on store shelves by the small green signs displaying the organic seal of the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture). Find a wide variety of organic items ranging from organic milk, eggs, soups, yogurts, frozen veggies, cereals, frozen pizzas, enchiladas, shampoos, conditioners, and body lotions.

Gift Cards

We have Commissary Gift Cards available in denominations of $25 or $50 and there are no added fees.

Commissary Savings

Additional savings are just a click away with the Commissary Rewards Card.

Guest Rules


  • All Patron IDs will have to be visually manual validated 
  • Veteran Service Fee will be applied to Commercial EFT transactions
  • Loyalty Card including Alternate ID will not be available
  • New Digital coupon clipping will not be available thru Customer Portal (eCom website)
  • Existing clipped digital coupons will NOT be applied at POS
  • Paper Coupons will be processed at the POS
  • CSR's will not be able to scan receipt to process return
  • Manual Returns should be able to be credited back to debit/credit if lane is connected to Connected Payments
  • Non receipted return over $5.00 amount will go on store gift card



Have the hours at the Commissary changed?

Current Hours for Commissary:

      Senior Shopping (60+), Compromised Immune Systems, and expectant mothers   

      0800 – 0900, Monday - Saturday, 0900–1000 Sunday

      Authorized Commissary Patrons:

      0900 – 2000 Monday - Saturday; 1000 - 1900 Sunday

Are there plans to close the Commissary?

The commissary will remain open to support the Fort Campbell military community. The resupply lines are severely stressed with deliveries arriving on a daily basis. However, with enhanced patron shopping the merchandise is purchased as soon as it comes available. Therefore, we placed limits on certain items in an attempt to support as many patrons as possible.

How long does it take a store to restock its shelves based on product availability? 

Stores can restock overnight if the products are available in the CDCs and state-side storage facilities. We are monitoring our items sales daily and fully prepared to ship product if quantities run low prior to the next scheduled shipment.

There are concerns that commissaries will run out of food or deliveries will cease because of a resurgence of the coronavirus. What is DeCA doing to keep its stores supplied? 

Our Industry partners are assisting us daily in procuring and preparing items for shipments to Japan, Korea, and Europe via air and sealift. We are increasing deliveries to our overseas commissaries, including shipments of high demand items. We have airlifted multiple shipments to the Pacific and Europe on high-demand items to supplement the stock in our central distribution centers (CDC) and support to our stores. We continue to fully support all Commissaries, both in the United States and overseas, that are impacted by this crisis and will maintain this support to ensure product availability through the holidays and into 2021.

Is the Commissary limiting the purchase of high demand items?

Currently, paper products, such as paper towels and toilet paper, and all household cleaning supplies are limited to two items per purchase for each individual or family. In addition to paper products, water and hand sanitizer are limited to two units per purchase and bags of rice are limited to one large bag per purchase. This list will be enhanced as the situation dictates.

How is the Commissary addressing replenishing stock?

The commissary management assures patrons shelves will continue to be stocked and product availability will be maintained and secured. Deliveries have been increased to the store to ensure product availability, particularly on items that are in high demand such as disinfectant wipes and toilet paper. From a product availability standpoint, the commissary is continually working with industry suppliers and installation senior leadership to support the needs of the Fort Campbell community.

Are face coverings required to be worn at the Commissary?

DeCA HQ and the Installation Commander have directed as to implement face coverings required for anyone that visits or work at the Commissary.

Will the Commissary be providing face coverings for customers?

Facemasks will not be distributed at the commissary. The CDC recommends that cloth face coverings should not be placed on children younger than 2 years of age and anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cover without assistance. You can find more information on making your own cloth face mask on the CDC website at:

How are we protecting Commissary customers and employees?

In addition to requiring face coverings for employees and customers, commissaries have implemented the following operational policies to help make stores safer during this pandemic:

  • We installed clear, acrylic sneeze shields in all regular checkout lanes to add extra protection for customers and employees.
  • Commissary personnel are wiping down with sanitizing solution checkout stand areas, product display glass cases and handles and shopping carts.  Employees are practicing routine hand washing and other basic sanitation measures to reduce transmission risk.
  • Hand sanitizer is provided at each register and staff are encouraged to use it at the end of each patron transaction.
  • DeCA encourages its employees to closely monitor their health, and asks them to stay home if they, or someone in their household, are sick.
  • We have implemented, in unison with the installation, procedures regarding social distancing.
  • A “no visitors” policy was instituted to reduce the number of people in the stores.
  • Early bird hours were suspended to allow stores more time to clean and restock the store.
  • Cashiers no longer handle patron ID cards. Instead, customers will be asked to scan their own ID or cashiers can use the handheld scanner if available to scan bar code on IDs.
  • We encourage the use of credit or debit transactions to limit the use of cash and coins.
  • We work closely with local the public health assets on the installation to monitor transmission risk related to staff and patrons.
  • Commissaries have temporarily suspended the requirement to sign credit card receipts to prevent multi patron handling of the credit card reader pen.

As of January 1, 2020 the Department of Defense is proud to expand commissary privileges to:

     - Veterans awarded a Purple Heart

     - Veterans who are former prisoners of war

     - All veterans with a service-connected disability

     - Individuals assessed, approved, and designated as the primary family caregiver of eligible veterans under the Department of Veteran Affairs Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers.

Required Documentation:  Veterans will need a Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC) that displays "Purple Heart", "Former POW", or "Service Connected" below the photo on the front of the card for installation and benefit access.  To obtain a VHIC card:


Special Order Information

All special orders have been suspended until further notice. 


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