Morale, Welfare and Recreation – Army

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This page includes information on Morale, Welfare and Recreation for the Army.

Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation — Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation provides support and leisure services designed to enhance the lives of soldiers (active, reserve and Guard), 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 individual and team sports.

Army Libraries — Army Libraries 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 — Army Entertainment produces a variety of programs featuring competitive soldier talent to include the U.S. Army Soldier Show, USA Express, Bravo! Army Theatre Touring Company, Army Entertainment competitions, the Army Concert Tour and Army Community Entertainment.

Army Outdoor Recreation — These programs provide eligible patrons with opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities such as rappelling, climbing, parasailing, camping, skeet and trap shooting, hiking and skiing and opportunities to rent outdoor recreation equipment.

Army Community Recreation Centers — Army Community Recreation Centers provide eligible patrons with opportunities for recreation through a mixture of self-directed and programmed activities such as darts, billiards, amusement machines, television, DVD movies, use of computers for internet service, club or organizational meetings and competitive events and tournaments.

Army Arts and Crafts Program — The Army Arts and Crafts Program provides eligible patrons with the opportunity to engage in skills development activities and tap into their creativity.

Army Automotive Skills Centers — Army Automotive Skills Centers provide eligible patrons with the opportunity to build life skills in automotive repair by offering facilities, tools, equipment and instruction.

Army Travel — This web page provides information and links to Army recreational lodging, Armed Forces Resorts, Armed Forces Vacation Club and other off-duty travel information.

Army Paths Across America — Army Paths Across America provides a guide to Army and other military recreational vehicle parks and campgrounds. It promotes recreational travel and to provide outdoor recreational opportunities for authorized users.

Army Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers — The Army Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers 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.

Blue Star Museums

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Museums across America are rolling out the red carpet for active-duty, National Guard and reserve service members and their families between Armed Forces Day and Labor Day. Simply flash your ID and enjoy free access through the Blue Star Museums initiative.

2021 Blue Star Museums

The 2021 Blue Star Museums program has ended. Check back here next Spring for information on how to join the 2022 program.

The program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Defense, the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families and participating museums. The Blue Star Museums initiative provides even more ways for you and your family to explore your community, spend time together and share adventures.

Be in the know

Here are some helpful things to know about the Blue Star Museums initiative:

  • You’ll be in good company. More than 2 million military families have enjoyed Blue Star Museums since the program launched in 2010. Join their ranks, if you haven’t already.
  • Your ID card is your ticket to the museums. Just show your common access card, or DD Form 1173 or 1173-1 identification card.
  • Your admission is free, so there’s no need to limit yourself. Explore fine art, history, science, children’s museums, arboretums, historical parks, nature centers and more. Find participating museums near you or along your travel route.
  • Your Information, Tickets and Travel office can add to your fun. As you map out your museum visits this summer, check with the office to find additional attractions in your area.
  • You can enjoy a staycation in your new community. If you’re settling into a new duty station, take a break from unpacking and explore. Blue Star Museum visits will help you get to know the place and its people.

Make it a blockbuster summer. See how many Blue Star Museums you can explore. Be sure to take advantage of the other great opportunities your morale, welfare and recreation program offers.

Travel Planning – The Essentials

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You joined the armed forces because you love an adventure, but getting from point A to point B doesn’t happen automatically. Military OneSource is here to point you to resources that can assist you with your travel planning and help you make the most of your excursions, whether you book a cruise in the Caribbean or venture a few miles outside of your neighborhood.

Get started with these ideas:

Consider Space-A travel.

Service members and their families can use Space-Available flights to travel. Though sometimes unpredictable, military flights are perfect for families with flexible plans and limited travel budgets. You can sign up for a Space-A flight through a military terminal up to 60 days in advance.

Note: Effective March 21, 2020, Air Mobility Command temporarily suspended most Space-A travel due to COVID-19.

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Take advantage of TSA Precheck®

Service members and their families can take advantage of TSA Precheck to expedite waiting time at the airport when flying commercial. Simply use your Department of Defense ID as your known traveler number. You’ll bypass long security lines without removing your shoes or jacket or having to take your laptop out of your bag.

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Get military discounts through American Forces Travel℠.

Eligible members of the military community can use American Forces Travel℠ to book leisure travel online. The one-stop travel booking site is a joint service initiative that offers discounts on airfare, rental cars, flights, cruises and more. You can use the website to book your next trip, while helping to fund other current and future morale, welfare and recreation programs.

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Save money with a staycation.

A staycation is a vacation where you discover your local area while avoiding the time, hassle and expense of travel. Consider these benefits: sleeping in your own bed, not needing to pack and spending your money on fun activities in your own community. Your MWR program can help you find the best local activities.

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Travel benefits for college students.

Military family members enrolled in colleges away from an active-duty parent’s OCONUS duty station are eligible for travel benefits. The government will pay for one round trip each fiscal year for college students if they meet certain requirements. This travel benefit must be authorized through the service member’s command and be completed through the military travel office.

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New to the Military – Resources

You’re learning to navigate the new world of the military, and that takes knowledge and resilience. At Military OneSource, we’re here to support your military career with the tools you need to be a successful member of the armed forces.

Websites and mobile tools

Through Military OneSource, you also have access to these online training and mobile solutions:

  • Basic Pay: See DoD pay tables for active-duty service members.
  • myPay: Log in to manage your pay information, leave and earning statements, and W-2s.
  • CoachHub: Kick stress to the curb with a personal online coach. Partner with a coach to manage your stress, set goals and keep them on track with online support.
  • Love Every Day: Connect in a fun and meaningful way with your partner every day for 21 days to rekindle and strengthen your relationship.
  • MoodHacker: It’s a mobile, self-management tool that helps you track, understand and improve your mood.
  • Plan My Move: Go to Plan My Move, enter your basic infomration and get a three-month, customizable checklist to help you plan and track your military move.
  • MilitaryINSTALLATIONS: Your official Department of Defense source for installation and state resources available to active duty, guard and reserve service and family members.
  • Plan My Deployment: This website can take some of the stress out of deployment or mobilization, through access to information and resources, as well as a task list for those preparing for a deployment.

Recreation and travel

Your Morale, Welfare and Recreation program offers lots of ways to relax, have fun and connect with others.

Fitness, aquatics and sports programs – Hit the gym, fine-tune your best downward dog yoga pose or swim laps at the pool. Or release some of your competitive energy and represent your unit or service branch in an organized sport. If you aren’t near an installation gym, no worries – get your sweat on at any of the more than 3,000 YMCAs and private fitness facilities that offer military memberships to those who are eligible.

Boating programs, bowling centers, golf courses, stables and special interest recreation programs – Now’s the time to try something new. Get a great deal on a boat rental, horseback riding or another special interest program like scuba diving or flying. Get a group of friends together for a night of bowling or a round of golf – typically at a lower cost than similar activities in the civilian community.

Individual skills development programs – Get in touch with your creative side with arts and crafts, check out a program at a performing arts center, or learn some handy automotive skills and get down and dirty while working on your car.

Libraries – Check out a best-seller, read a magazine article or study for an upcoming test with library resources. Visit your installation library or log in to your Military OneSource account to access the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library from anywhere in the world. Download select titles to your smartphone or tablet, get an audiobook for your next road trip or brush up on your math skills.

Information, Tickets and Travel –Information, Tickets and Travel is a travel resource designed to help you access all sorts of fun opportunities. Get tickets to a movie or an amusement park at a reduced rate or ask an Information, Tickets and Travel employee for help planning your next vacation, from airfare to resort reservations. Use your discounts to see sporting events or go to a concert you’ve been anxious to see – all without breaking the bank.

Recreational lodging – Break out the selfie stick because recreational lodging opportunities will have you snapping a lot of pictures on your next vacation. Rent a beach cabana, find the perfect ski chalet or take your family members camping – all at significant savings.

Outdoor recreation programs – Even if you don’t consider yourself the outdoorsy type, there’s so much you can try. Whether it’s mountain biking, paintballing or hunting, your Morale, Welfare and Recreation program can help you get out there. Rent a tent and sleep under the stars, or rent a few coolers, tables and chairs and host a backyard BBQ (equipment rental varies by location). If there’s not an installation near you, consider checking out the no-cost annual pass offered by the National Park Service that provides you with access to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Yosemite, anyone?

Recreation centers – Get your video game fix with a tournament against your friends, watch the big game with good company or just take advantage of free Wi-Fi at your local rec center.

Single service member programs – Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs offer a variety of single service member programs that support singles ages 18 to 25 with sports, trips and tours, concerts, holiday and special event activities and much more.

For more information about your local Morale, Welfare and Recreation program, visit MilitaryINSTALLATIONS.

Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library

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Current as of Nov. 30, 2020


Military OneSource provides free, online resources to service members and their families via the morale, welfare and recreation Digital Library. You’ll find eBooks and audiobooks on virtually every topic, as well as databases and reference books that can help you learn a new skill, keep kids engaged and help with their homework, or prepare you to land your next job.

The MWR Digital Library is a free resource for service members and their families. Just log in to your Military OneSource account or create a username and password to get started.

Note that the list provided here includes just some of the resources available. The categories are guidelines only. Many of the resources can be useful or entertaining across age groups.

For children

The digital library offers online resources that can help children learn to read and keep their grades up, research topics for writing assignments or just find a great story for a long afternoon.

  • BookFlix pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction titles to reinforce early reading skills and develop real-world knowledge.
  • Britannica Library offers three sites in one — Children, Young Adults and the Reference Center — where you can conduct research, complete school assignments, work on special projects or explore your unique interests. You can even store your research in your personal My Britannica account.
  • Comics and Graphic Novels offers a free library of comics and graphic novels for all ages.
  • Explora Primary features a database of colorful and fun resources designed to help children in grades K-5 learn about animals, music, health, history, people and places, science, math and sports.
  • Gale in Context: Elementary introduces elementary students to database searching with resources featuring age-appropriate, curriculum-related content. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale in Context: Middle School provides reference content to help students complete assignments in literature, science, social studies and history. Offerings include videos, newspapers, magazines and primary sources. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • National Geographic Kids provides reputable, authoritative and appropriate content that shows children ages 6-14 the world in a way they’ve likely never seen it before. National Geographic Kids will take them on adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology and space. Use the code “1source” if prompted.
  • National Geographic: People, Animals, World provides access to content that attracts, engages and informs students, educators, researchers and general readers. It includes full-text books on travel, science and technology, history and the environment as well as videos, more than 650 maps and 600 downloadable National Geographic images.
  • NoveList K-8 Plus offers recommendations specifically for younger readers, helping them find books that are appropriate for their reading level and interests. Parents, teachers and librarians can also find tools to use to engage young readers.
  • ScienceFlix offers more than 50 complete units of study with more than 6,500 science-related assets in a variety of media, providing students with a better understanding of science concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos, multiple text types and interactive features.
  • Tutor.com for military children gives kids free access to online tutoring and homework help from live, expert tutors across more than 100 subjects. Tutors can help with a homework assignment or catch your child up on missed concepts and lessons.
  • World Book Online offers a collection of resources for all ages and reading levels. Explore content to engage and excite all minds, from prereaders to advanced researchers.

NOTE: Department of Defense Military Community and Family Policy has temporarily expanded program eligibility to Tutor.com beyond Department of Defense Education Activity students and active-duty children to ease academic disruptions due to coronavirus disease 2019. Please visit the site for additional information on eligibility and tutoring support.

For teens

Teenagers can also take advantage of the library through a wide variety of resources.

  • Britannica Annals of American History offers a rich and varied history of the United States, providing a year-by-year documentary of American thought and action. Read the original words of more than 1,500 authors who made and analyzed American history through their speeches, writings, memoirs, poems and interviews.
  • Britannica Image Quest brings lesson plans, assignments and projects to life with more than three million rights-cleared images from 62 leading collections.
  • Britannica Library offers three sites in one — Children, Young Adults and the Reference Center — where you can conduct research, complete school assignments, work on special projects or explore your unique interests. You can even store your research in your personal My Britannica account.
  • Britannica Online Academic allows fast and easy access to thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images and websites.
  • Comics and Graphic Novels offers a free library of comics and graphic novels for all ages.
  • EBSCO Learning Express Test Prep provides eLearning tutorials, practice tests, e-books, flashcards and articles to help users build their skills in a wide array of core subjects for success in the classroom, on the job and in life, including preparation for CLEP, DSST, ACT, SAT and GRE.
  • FreedomFlix brings history to life by capturing the dramatic and defining moments in American history through ebooks with embedded popup features such as maps, timelines, virtual tour clips, primary source videos and audio clips.
  • National Geographic Kids offers reputable, authoritative and appropriate content that shows children ages 6-14 the world in a way they’ve likely never seen it before. National Geographic Kids will take them on adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology and space. Use the code “1source” if prompted.
  • National Geographic: People, Animals, World provides access to content that attracts, engages and informs students, educators, researchers and general readers. It includes full-text books on travel, science and technology, history and the environment as well as videos, more than 650 maps and 600 downloadable National Geographic images.
  • ScienceFlix offers more than 50 complete units of study with more than 6,500 science-related assets in a variety of media, providing students with a better understanding of science concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos and interactive features.
  • TrueFlix offers dozens of units to supplement social studies and science core curricula learning, helping students improve literacy skills, build content-area knowledge and cultivate the critical skills necessary for academic success and college and career readiness.

For adults

For adults looking to advance their education or career, there are even more resources available through the digital library.

  • Ancestry® Library allows you to unlock the story of your family through billions of U.S. and international records.
  • Britannica Library offers three sites in one — Children, Young Adults and the Reference Center — where you can conduct research, complete school assignments, work on special projects or explore your unique interests. You can even store your research in your personal My Britannica account.
  • Consumer Reports helps you find the best deals, ratings and reviews on thousands of popular consumer items from one of the most respected sources.
  • EBSCO Audiobook Collection offers downloads on more than 2,000 audiobooks across different subjects and categories. Log in with your EBSCOhost account (software download required).
  • EBSCO eBook Collection contains more than 3,000 titles in areas such as fiction, history, health and medicine, self-help, business, economics and law.
  • Fold3 Library Edition is a premier collection of historical U.S. military records and unique military content that brings to life the details of America’s military veterans with stories, photos and personal documents from the Revolutionary War through today.
  • Freegal Music provides access to 15 million songs. Download up to five songs or videos per week. No software installation required. Compatible with most media players.
  • Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia offers a vast reference library with full articles covering thousands of topics. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Academic OneFile includes articles from scholarly journals and other authoritative sources, with extensive coverage in key subject areas such as biology, chemistry, criminal justice, economics, environmental science, history, marketing, political science and psychology. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Business Entrepreneurship shows you how to plan, fund, start or manage your small business. Resources include sample business plans, how-to guides, articles and websites. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Chilton Automotive Maintenance Library offers the most authoritative car repair information available, including thousands of year, make and model combinations covering the most popular vehicles of the past 30 years, plus coverage of specialty models. ChiltonLibrary.com gives you the confidence to service or repair virtually any system on your vehicle. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale eBooks is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research, which can be accessed remotely 24/7. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale General OneFile provides a broad collection of news articles, magazines, books, academic journals, images and video in support of general interest research and exploration.
  • Gale Health and Wellness offers access to full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works and multimedia covering a full range of health-related issues from current diseases and disorders to in-depth coverage of alternative medical practices. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale in Context: Biography includes more than 600,000 biographical entries covering figures from all time periods and areas of study. Reference content is offered alongside videos, audio selections, images and magazine and journal articles from hundreds of major periodicals and newspapers. This resource is continuously updated. Use the code “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Legal Forms offers a wide selection of state-specific and multistate forms across the most popular legal areas ─ including real estate contracts, wills, premarital agreements, bankruptcy, divorce and landlord tenant. It also includes a state directory of attorneys and a dictionary of legal definitions explained in laymen’s language. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Military and Intelligence provides military personnel access to scholarly journals, magazines and reports covering all aspects of past and present military affairs. Updated annually, this library contains hand-selected content supporting subject areas such as governmental policies, the socioeconomic effects of war and the structure of the armed forces. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • Gale Small Business Builder helps readers interested in planning and optimizing their businesses or nonprofit groups. Compiled for aspiring entrepreneurs and those with existing small businesses, it provides a step-by-step process supported by a variety of recognized tools that enable users to produce complete business plans and other documents essential for gaining access to capital and growing their enterprise. Enter the password “1source” if prompted.
  • GreenFILE contains well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact on the environment.
  • Hobbies and Crafts Reference Center provides creative ideas and detailed how-to instruction on a wide range of hobbies, including ones involving performing arts, science experiments model building and arts and crafts.
  • Home Improvement Reference Center includes tips and tricks on how to fix a leaky faucet, install a new fan or plan your outdoor projects. The user-friendly database offers full-text content from leading home improvement magazines, images not found anywhere else online, and nearly 100 videos of popular home repair projects.
  • Kanopy provides access to more than 30,000 award-winning films and documentaries anywhere, anytime using any device. To set up an account, click Add Your Library Card and enter the username dod and password dod11978. Set up your own profile from there.
  • Library, Information, Science and Technology Abstracts includes references on librarianship, bibliometrics, online information retrieval and information management.
  • Magazines allows you to read or download a wide assortment of popular news and special interest digital magazines on your PC, smartphone or laptop. Use the access key MOSDOD to create your account.
  • Mango Languages is a digital language learning program for learners of all levels, with courses in more than 70 different foreign languages, 21 English language courses and 44 specialty courses. Mango’s language-learning methodology is designed to simulate the way people learn a foreign language when actually immersed in everyday conversation.
  • Morningstar Investment Research Center offers information on stocks and mutual funds. Visit the Investment Classroom to hone your investing skills and explore dozens of articles and videos about the stock market.
  • National Geographic Archive (1888-1994) provides comprehensive, timely articles and photos documenting life on our planet and beyond. Includes more than 100 years of history told through articles on culture, global events, nature, science, technology, the environment and gripping first-person accounts of exploration and discovery.
  • National Geographic Current (1995-present) includes every article of National Geographic magazine since in the mid-1990s. Search the vivid photographs and historic articles as well as engaging videos and detailed maps.
  • National Geographic: People, Animals, World provides access to content that attracts, engages and informs students, educators, researchers and general readers. It includes full-text books on travel, science and technology, history and the environment as well as videos, more than 650 maps and 600 downloadable National Geographic images.
  • NoveList Plus is a trusted source for expert reading recommendations covering fiction and nonfiction titles.
  • O’Reilly Online Learning (previously Safari Books Online) offers access to more than 57,000 eBooks, videos, live learning and interactive coding sandboxes and tutorials.
  • PressReader Digital Newspapers provides interactive, digital access to about 7,000 of the world’s best newspapers and magazines. Readers can browse articles, photos, advertisements, classifieds and notices in full color.
  • Small Engine Repair Reference Center offers hundreds of reference books with original photos and illustrations of engines including motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, boats, outdoor power equipment, tractors and generators.
  • Teachables provides access to more than 15,000 teacher-created, vetted printables to support instruction. Download activities for pre-K to sixth-grade subjects including math, science, reading comprehension, STEM, writing and beyond. Download printable lesson plans, reading passages, games and puzzles, clip art, bulletin board ideas, teacher supports and skills sheets.
  • Teacher Reference Center has indexing and abstracts for more than 270 of the most popular teacher and administrator journals and magazines.
  • Universal Class provides lifelong learning courses across more than 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing education units. More than 500 courses are available, designed and led by professional instructors. Universal Class includes videos, assignments, quizzes, tests and options for social media interaction with other learners. Patrons may take multiple classes and learn at their own pace.
  • Wall Street Journal provides coverage of U.S. and world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports and health. It’s available in print, online and through mobile apps and includes breaking news streams, interactive features, videos and blogs.
  • Weiss Financial Ratings offers access to financial literacy tools on retirement planning, home and mortgage, insurance strategies and saving for your child’s education.

The MWR Digital Library is an incredible free resource for service members and their families. Just log into your Military OneSource account or create a username and password to get started and enjoy browsing.

From Audiobooks to Academic Research, the Digital Library Has It

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These days, your computer or mobile device gives you easy online access to books anywhere in the world, anytime your curiosity strikes. The Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Digital Library has valuable and easy-to-use databases to help military members and their families meet their research needs or simply download a book to enjoy.

Audiobooks, eBooks and more

  • FreedomFlix brings history to life by capturing the dramatic and defining moments in American history through dynamic ebooks with embedded popup features.
  • Gale eBooks is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research, which can be accessed remotely 24/7.
  • O’Reilly Online Learning (previously Safari Books Online) provides access to more than 57,000 eBooks, videos, live learning and interactive coding sandboxes and tutorials.
  • PressReader Digital Newspapers provides interactive, digital access to more than 7,000 of the world’s best newspapers and magazines. Viewers can browse articles and other key elements, including full-color pictures, advertisements, classifieds and notices.
  • RB Digital eBooks and Audiobooks offers a wide selection of unabridged books for you to read or listen to.
  • Small Engine Repair Reference Center helps you complete those do-it-yourself maintenance projects using reference guides, photos and illustrations.

Research resources

  • Ancestry® Library allows you to unlock the story of your family with billions of U.S. and international records.
  • Academic OneFile provides millions of articles from scholarly journals and other authoritative sources with extensive coverage in key subject areas, such as biology, chemistry, criminal justice, economics, environmental science, history, marketing, political science and psychology.
  • Entrepreneurship connects you to resources essential to learn how to plan, fund, start or manage your small business.
  • Gale Health and Wellness offers access to thousands of full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works, multimedia and much more, covering a full range of health-related issues, from current disease and disorder information to in-depth coverage of alternative medical practices.
  • Legal Forms provides access to a wide selection of state-specific and multi-state legal forms across popular legal areas.
  • Military and Intelligence is a library containing scholarly journals, magazines and reports covering all aspects of the past and present military affairs.
  • GreenFILE lets you dive into topics covering all aspects of human impact on the environment.
  • Explora Primary provides a fun and easy, kid-friendly database on a range of topics for grades K-5.
  • Fold3 Library Edition is a premier collection of historical U.S. military records and unique military content, bringing to life the details of America’s military veterans with stories, photos and personal documents from the Revolutionary War through today.
  • Morningstar Investment Research Center gives you reliable information about mutual funds, stocks, exchange-traded funds and market returns.
  • National Geographic Virtual Library Archive includes every article of National Geographic magazine from 1888 through 1994.
  • O’Reilly Online Learning (previously Safari Books Online) provides access to more than 57,000 eBooks, videos, live learning and interactive coding sandboxes and tutorials.
  • Teacher Reference Center lets you dig up education standards, best practices and curriculum development to enhance your education or teaching career with access to more than 270 of the most popular teacher and administrator journals and magazines.
  • Weiss Financial Ratings provides independent ratings covering stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, insurance companies banks and credit unions.

These are just some of the many resources available through the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library. Check out their site today to find more.