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Profits from base vending machines go back into ADF welfare programs. MORE than $540,000 was channelled from the Army and Air Force Canteen Service (AAFCANS) vending machines into Defence welfare funds in the past financial...
Profits from base vending machines are going back into Defence welfare programs. MORE than $500,000 was channelled from the Army and Air Force Canteen Service (AAFCANS) vending machines into Defence welfare funds in the past...
FLGOFF Elliott Lazarevski picks up a coffee from the Army and Air Force Canteen Service’s new mobile kiosk at RAAF Base Richmond. Photo: CPL Casey Forster FRESH barista-made coffee will soon be a reality for...
DIGGERS will soon have access to fresh, barista-made coffee in the field as well as the barracks, thanks to recent AAFCANS initiatives. The first new custom-built 2WD mobile amenities vehicles (pictured) will hit the roads...
AIRCDRE Ian Pearson says it is important personnel realise AAFCANS does not compete with social clubs. HAVE you ever wondered what happens with money raised from the Army and Air Force Canteen Service (AAFCANS) vending...
AAFCANS has released a new loyalty app that offers a free coffee incentive upon download with a one in-five freebie for coffee lovers. AAFCANS Managing Director Stewart McGrow said customers immediately welcomed the app. “We...
IN FINANCIAL year 2015-16 AAFCANS vending machines gave back $325,769 to Defence welfare. More than 280 AAFCANS vending machines are in operation across ADF bases to provide service members with popular convenience products and help...
Soldiers from 2FSB join with AAFCANS to run first bush café on Exercise Hamel ‘Kevin the Café’ was a popular morale boost for troops on Exercise Hamel this year. Photos by Cpl Nunu Campos EVERYONE...
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