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Mayport Commissary Hours of Operation for the following Holidays!
10 Oct. 2016 Columbus Day (Monday) CLOSED
11 Nov. 2016 Veteran's Day 0900-1900
21 Nov. 2016 Monday, OPEN 0900-1900 (Monday before Thanksgiving)
23 Nov. 2016 OPEN 0900-1900
24 Nov. 2016 Thanksgiving - CLOSED
25 Nov. 2016 Day after Thanksgiving - CLOSED
19-23 Dec. 2016 - OPEN 0900-1900 (OPEN 0900-1900 Monday before Thanksgiving)
24 Dec. 2016 - OPEN 0900-1600
25-26 Dec. 2016 - CLOSED
1-2 Jan 2017 CLOSED
3 Jan 0900-1900- (return to normal operating hours)

Disaster Preparedness

FORT LEE,Va. Although military commissaries aren't equipped to predict the next emergency, they do encourage their patrons to use their benefit to be prepared.

The Defense Commissary Agency routinely offers savings compared to commercial stores on the necessary items for any emergency, said agency Sales Director Tracie Russ.

"It would be nice if we could accurately predict the impact of the next storm when it came to power outages, interruptions in available water and store closures. However, we do know from past experience it's better to plan for the unexpected," Russ said. "That's why we work with our industry partners to offer deep discounts on many of the food products and other items our patrons need to be prepared."

As they take stock in their state of readiness, military patrons can shop their local commissaries for the following items, considered appropriate for disaster preparedness: beef jerky and other assorted meat snacks, soup and chili mixes, canned goods, powdered milk, cereals, batteries, airtight bags, weather-ready flashlights, tape (all-weather, heavy-duty shipping and duct), first-aid kits, lighters, matches, lanterns, candles, hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes. Specific items may vary from store to store.

According to a May 13 forecast from the Weather Channel, the 2016 hurricane season is expected to have 14 named storms, eight of which will be hurricanes with three of the hurricanes potentially being category 3 or higher.

The North Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 to Nov. 30 and covers the North Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Tornado season runs from April to July.

Emergency preparedness officials suggest having a disaster supply kit that includes the following items:
"Water  at least one gallon daily, per person (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
"Nonperishable foods  canned meats, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, raisins, cereal, crackers, cookies, energy bars, granola, peanut butter, and foods for infants and the elderly (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
"Paper goods  writing paper, paper plates, paper towels and toilet paper
"Cooking items  pots, pans, baking sheets, cooking utensils, charcoal, a grill and a manual can opener
"First-aid kit  including bandages, medicines and prescription medications
"Cleaning materials  bleach, sanitizing spray, and hand and laundry soap
"Specialty foods  diet and low-calorie foods and drinks
"Toiletries  personal hygiene items and moisture wipes
"Pet care items  food, water, muzzle, leash, carrier, medications, medical records, and identification and immunization tags
"Lighting accessories  flashlight, batteries, candles and matches
"Battery-powered or hand-crank radio (NOAA Weather Radio, if possible)
"Duct tape, scissors
"Multipurpose tool
"Copies of personal documents (medication list and pertinent medical information, proof of address, deed/lease to home, passports, birth certificates and insurance policies)
"Cell phone with chargers
"Family and emergency contact information
"Extra cash
"Emergency blanket
"Maps of the area
"Blankets or sleeping bags

For more information about disaster preparedness, visit our Disaster Prep page for lists of resources. For a graphic related to disaster preparedness, go to our Marketing Resources page and look for "Emergency Preparedness," where you'll see a link to download a PDF file.


Value Brands are store items that have been determined to deliver value beyond the savings already offered at your Commissary. These items are identified with an orange Value Brand sign and are available to shop and save now. Full roll out of the program was completed in December. The average savings for Commissary Value Brand items will be about 25 percent when compared to the store brand and with private label items in commercial retail stores. Value Brands is the DeCA way to bring savings comparable to the Store Brand offered at retail stores. Come and look for the special orange way to save at your Commissary.


Visitors are allowed to enter the commissary when accompanied by the sponsor/authorized commissary patron. You and your guest will need to present a military and or photo ID at the entrance. However, guest will not be allowed to shop, but it's worth the privilege to have your friends see what great benefits you have from protecting our country's freedom. ONLY THE AUTHORIZED PURCHASER MAY BUY, so to protect your benefit, I.D. check will be verified at the cash register, so please help us to protect your number one non-paid military benefit.


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