So much fun! There is nothing ironic in that statement. When I travel I most delight in seeing normal everyday things that are different. This was one of them. One can only shop at the commissary if they have the proper military ID. I think you have to live at Ft. Leavenworth to shop there, though Heather can weigh in in comments if I'm wrong.
An easy way to fill prescriptions.
The produce looked delicious. Very fresh.
There were all sorts of food from all over the world, because Army families who live abroad want to be able to eat delicious food they develop a taste for when they return home.
This squid is a good deal.
An amazing price on coconut milk. It's $3.69 in my grocery store.
In case you need some fried herring in spicy marinade.
Or many other flavors.
Another thing not in my local market.
Perhaps you need some frozen pork chitterlings?
Or the same thing in this format?
Among the common flavors of jam, you could also enjoy Gooseberry flavor.
This was the first time I had seen the Coke bottles with names on them
Don't forget your copy of the Army Times. Grooming, tattoos and drawdown. That says it all.