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Morale, Welfare & Recreation

Service members canoeing on a river

Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) isn't just about fitness centers and sports. Whether you are going camping, looking for family night fun, or developing a new hobby, MWR is the place to start. Lessons, facilities, tools, and entertainment; your MWR program might just surprise you! Use these resources, tools, and articles to learn about your recreation opportunities.


Working out. Some of the most common reasons people talk themselves out of exercise are lack of time, lack of money — or both. But you don’t need to pay a monthly fee to lose weight, and you don’t need fancy gym equipment to build muscle. You can get fit simply by using what you have or using low- or no-cost resources and facilities just for military families.

Woman stretching. Exercise isn't only for maintaining your weight and staying healthy. It's great for relieving stress, raising your metabolism and boosting energy levels. Those effects last long after a good workout. Click to learn how to get started on an exercise program.

The Latest - Taking Charge of Your Money Resolutions often involve gyms, workout clothes and more money for extra fruits and veggies all in hopes of a healthier year. This year resolve to get fit both physically and financially. Make a pledge to get serious about the debt you're carrying, the spending you're doing and the saving you need to start.






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