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MilitaryINSTALLATIONS This resource provides contact information for programs and services, maps and directions, links to comprehensive location overviews, and community points of interest for military installations worldwide.

MWR Recreation and Career Opportunities Brochure This colorful brochure describes the exciting career opportunities available within the Armed Forces MWR programs. Individuals interested in working in military recreation, but who don't know how to find employment opportunities, will find a description of the MWR program for each of the military Services, a short description and web site information on employment, intern and management trainee opportunities.

Recreation.gov Recreation.gov is part of a one-stop website providing campground / tour reservation services and trip planning information for federal recreation sites. As part of the Recreation One-Stop E-Government initiative, the site consolidated Recreation.gov, ReserveUSA.com, and reservations.nps.gov into a single point of access for information on thousands of federal recreation opportunities.

"Guide to Standards for National Accreditation of Military Operations" The revised standards have been released by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA). Since the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) department on every installation is a park and recreation agency, the revised military edition has been reviewed by the DoD to provide enhanced clarity and focus to the accreditation process for military recreation.

National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) The NRPA serves as the advocate for parks, recreation, and environmental conservatism by promoting public awareness and support for recreation/park and leisure services; facilitating development, maintenance, expansion, and improvement of public policy that supports recreation/parks and leisure services; enhancing the professionalism of recreation and tourism professionals; and promoting the development and dissemination of recreation/park and leisure services information for recreation professionals.


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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.


Football filled with peanuts 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!


Couple looking at brochures In gearing up for Military Saves Week this webinar will discuss one of the most important savings goals of American families — saving money for a comfortable retirement. Such topics will include research findings about the retirement preparedness of American families, conflicting opinions about "the number" (the amount of money needed to comfortably retire), factors that influence "the number" and retirement savings calculation tools such as the Ballpark Estimate and Monte Carlo simulations. Case studies and chat questions will be included to apply the webinar content to real world situations. There are CEUs available.

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