The Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) provides a great sum of money to support military installations. AAFES, in fact, is the major funding provider for the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) of the Army. My ethical dilemma is the means by which AAFES gets their funds to support these programs. Their practices, prices, and policies upset me. Yet, AAFES has a monopoly on every installation. How can an organization that pays considerably less for its inventory sell their goods at the same price and most of the time higher prices than that of the local community? I ask you, to whom does AAFES cater. It is certainly not the junior Soldiers of the military, but that seems to be their target client base. I will present my thoughts and personal experiences concerning AAFES ethics in this essay.