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  1. Class V – Ammunition, explosives, and chemical agents of all types. Popular culture. Class VI is usually associated with the liquor store on a U.S. military base, typically a U.S. Army or U.S. Air Force installation. See also. Federal Supply Class; Sustainment (United States military) References

  2. Each supply class has restrictions on procure-ment. 6-1. FM 10-27 Class VI Items ... may provide Class X items to the civilian population. items are handled separately from normal military 6-4. FM ...

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  4. Classes of Supply. Class I – Food, rations, and water. Class II – Clothing. Class III – Petroleum, oils, and lubricants. Class IV – Fortification and barrier materials. Class V – Ammunition. Class VI – Personal Items. Class VII – Major End Items. Class VIII – Medical supplies, minimal amounts.

  5. This is a decent Class 6 if you compare it to Air Force bases that are similar in military population to Robins Air Force base. As Gary K., says, this Class Six is pretty low towards the bottom of the AF list but we have to put it in perspective since the size and selection is actually proportionate to the base population.

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    • 978 Macon St Robins AFB, GA 31098
    • (478) 923-5085
  6. Jul 15, 2020 · See 5 photos and 3 tips from 200 visitors to Class VI. "Wine is overpriced, but the spirits are tax-free (military only). $30 out the door for 1.75..." Liquor Store in Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA

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