Credit unions that serve overseas military bases are bracing for a competitive battle with NationsBank Corp., which is expanding onto their turf.

Under a new five-year contract, the Department of Defense will pay NationsBank $502 million to set up shop on installations in Europe, the Pacific, and Panama in October. The country's fourth-largest bank already has a presence on bases in Japan and Okinawa.

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