U.S. Military Base Exterior sign for the U.S. Air Force Los Angeles Base. (Source: Shutterstock)

Events such as Christmas, the first blooming of flowers in the springtime and children trick-or-treating for Halloween come along each year with different levels of anticipation and excitement. Important to adults, but met with much less excitement from children, are the annual discussions over the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and efforts by credit union trade organizations to keep banks off of military bases.

This year is no different as House and Senate leaders begin considering the details inside the FY24 NDAA. On Tuesday, leaders from CUNA, NAFCU and the Defense Credit Union Council co-authored a letter to lawmakers asking them to officially reject any efforts by banks to be included in military base lease agreements with the Department of Defense (DoD).

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