Morale, Welfare & Recreation Products
The "Best Kept Secrets: Joint Services Campgrounds and Facilities" booklet provides a directory of vacation options including campgrounds, recreational vehicle parks, cabins, cottages and more.
The "America the Beautiful Military Pass Program" fact sheet highlights military families' no-cost access to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites.
The "Armed Services YMCA Military Outreach Initiative Extension" fact sheet details the continuation of the Military Outreach Initiative, which supports geographically-dispersed military service members and their families.
This flier promotes MWR’s Summer Reading Program.
This fact sheet explains the inclusion policy of MWR, guaranteeing recreation benefits for every member of the military community.
The "Inclusive Customer Service — Morale, Welfare and Recreation" fact sheet explains how Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs work to ensure that benefits extend to every member of the military community.
This flier describes MWR recreational programs that help military families enjoy summer fun while staying on budget.
The "Morale, Welfare and Recreation Customer Satisfaction Survey" fact sheet outlines results of military-wide surveys the Department of Defense conducts to assess customer satisfaction with Morale, Welfare and Recreation services, activities and facilities.
The "Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library" fact sheet provides an overview of the resources and benefits that the digital library provides.
The "Summer Fun and Fitness " fact sheet highlights the unique opportunities the Department of Defense provides for service members and military families to safely enjoy their summer months with little or no expense.
The "Wellness" fact sheet outlines ways the Department of Defense supports efforts of service members and military family members to improve and maintain their overall wellness.
The "Morale, Welfare and Recreation Digital Library" flier provides an overview of the resources and benefits that the digital library provides.
This overview document promotes a variety of MWR programs, including boating, bowling, golf and horseback riding.
This overview document describes MWR hospitality and lodging programs for service members and families on temporary duty travel or permanent change of station.
This overview document describes MWR programs that help develop individuals’ technical skills and offer opportunities for creative growth, including performing arts, arts and crafts, and automotive.
This overview document introduces the MWR Information, Tickets and Travel program, providing service members and families with discounts and deals on tours, attractions and events.
This overview document introduces MWR library resources for the military community, including installation libraries and the digital library.
This overview document introduces Morale, Welfare and Recreation, a network of approximately 5,000 leisure and support programs promoting active living and improving the quality of life of service members and their families.
This overview document describes the Morale, Welfare and Recreation outdoor recreation programs. Available to service members and their families, outdoor programs include directed recreation programs and recreation equipment checkout.
This overview document discusses Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs available to service members who do not have access to installation programs, including YMCA memberships and the digital library.
This overview document introduces the recreation centers within Morale, Welfare and Recreation that provide directed and self-directed recreational activities for the service community.
This overview document describes the process for selecting leisure and recreational activities for single service members. The goal is to improve their morale, living environment, personal growth and development.
This overview document describes Warfighter and Family Services, MWR programs that assist commanders, service members and families manage the competing demands of military mission and family.
For the use of service providers, these social media posts promote the 2018 MWR Summer Reading Program.
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