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Patron Eligibility for Programs
Patron eligibility for installation-based morale, welfare and recreation programs falls into one of two categories:
- Unlimited access. Unlimited access for MWR programs is consistent from installation to installation. Installation commanders cannot modify it.
- Limited access. Installation commanders may modify patron eligibility policy for limited access to MWR programs. It is subject to their discretion and local demand and capacity.
Find detailed charts describing patron eligibility requirements in Enclosure 4 of DOD Instruction 1015.10, “Military Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs,” July 6, 2009, certified as current May 6, 2011.