Army and Air Force Exchange Service officials are warning soldiers and military families to be aware of scammers using the Exchange's logo.
In a news release Wednesday, Exchange officials said scammers using the name "Exchange Inc." have "fooled" soldiers and airmen to broker the sale of used cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and boat engines.
There is a long-standing joke at West Point that when wearing civilian clothes, cadets can spot each other a mile away. I tested this theory multiple times as a cadet, and it proved true every time. In the civilian world, this same “joke” remains accurate. Here in the nation’s capital, I can spot a Marine and a soldier a mile away. Here’s how one generally dresses: First, he has what we refer to at West Point as a “pizza pocket haircut,” known in the vernacular as a high and tight. If it is the summertime, he is wearing socks with leather sandals, a belt in his cargo shorts, and a short-sleeved collared shirt. Oakleys are the sunglasses of choice.