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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.

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Teen playing drums. Teens might be hitting the books this fall, but a fun study break can relieve school-related stress and help them recharge their batteries. Whether your teen is interested in sports, volunteering, concerts, games or local attractions, Morale, Welfare and Recreation has you covered. Installation libraries and online library resources can even lend a hand when it’s time to get back to that pile of homework.


Going Places Overview Take the guesswork out of your health. Meet the USDA Super Tracker. Use it to track the foods you eat and the calories you burn. You can even use it to compare more than 8,000 foods side by side to help you choose the one with the highest nutritional value. Take control of your health now, and start tracking!


Canoeing Your responsibilities at work, home or school demand a lot of your time. Make time for yourself, and make time for fun with the help of Morale, Welfare and Recreation. You can work up a sweat, join a sports team or even explore a new hobby. Challenge yourself to a little fun; check out what your MWR has to offer.

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Handling Marital Conflict Constructively
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Overview of Suicide Risk Assessment & Prevention
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