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TOKYO — School meal accounts at on-base U.S. military schools in Europe and the Pacific are now online, according to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service.

Parents or students can now go to

to purchase lunches at Department of Defense Education Activity schools, according to a news release from AAFES, the provider of food service at the schools in nine countries.

To set up an account, parents must visit their base exchange’s cash cage, the release said. After that, families may set up prepayments on the Web site using a bank account or credit card through the secure system. Parents can also pay for multiple students in a single payment plan.


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