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Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation Program
Army MWR — Army MWR provides support and leisure services designed to enhance the lives of soldiers (active-duty, Guard and reserve), their families, civilian employees, military retirees and other eligible participants.
Army Sports and Fitness — These programs provide eligible patrons with the opportunity to participate in a full range of activities ─ including bowling, golf, aquatics and intramural sports.
Army Libraries — The Army Libraries program is a worldwide network of more than 125 libraries offering services such as story hours for children, book discussion groups, internet access, word processing, reference books and online reference resources, and collections of fiction and nonfiction literature.
Army Entertainment — This program produces a variety of programs featuring competitive soldier talent, including the U.S. Army Soldier Show, USA Express, the Bravo! Army Theatre Touring Company, Army Entertainment competitions, the Army Concert Tour and Army Community Entertainment.
Army Outdoor Recreation — This program provides eligible patrons with opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities such as rappelling, climbing, parasailing, camping, skeet and trap shooting, and hiking and skiing, along with opportunities to rent outdoor recreation equipment. Campgrounds and RV sites are also available.
Army Arts and Crafts Program — The Army Arts and Crafts Program provides eligible patrons with the opportunity to engage in skills development and tap into their creativity with activities such as ceramics, drawing, painting, woodworking, jewelry making, pottery, fibers/textiles, photography and stained glass.
Army Automotive Skills Centers — These centers provide eligible patrons with the opportunity to build life skills in automotive repair by offering facilities, tools, equipment and instruction for a minimal fee.
Army Travel — This webpage provides information and links to Army recreational lodging, armed forces resorts, the Armed Forces Vacation Club and other off-duty travel information.
Army Camping and RV Parks — This program provides a guide to Army and other military recreational vehicle parks and campgrounds. It promotes recreational travel and provides outdoor recreational opportunities for authorized users.
Army Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers — The B.O.S.S. program focuses on the well-being of single soldiers and opportunities for recreation and leisure, community service and communicating concerns to higher leadership.
Army Golf — The Army Golf program operates and maintains more than 50 golf courses in five different countries. The courses include layouts of varying sizes, from nine to 36 holes.