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Facility Profile - January 2017
Military service can put stress on both those who serve and their families. Here, we take a look at how one air base in Italy is providing a tremendous range of recreational opportunities to help ease the strain.
Feature Article - March 2016
What exactly does MWR do for our troops? Find out more about this crucial mission of our armed forces, as well as how communities and military are partnering to bring sports and recreation to veterans and wounded warriors.
Feature Article - June 2015
More than 2,300 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, operations, programming, staffing and more. . Here, we summarize their responses.
Before You Go - September 2013
The Preva networked fitness solution—designed by Precor, a home and commercial fitness equipment manufacturer—includes the company's 880 Line of cardio equipment with interactive P80 consoles, personal accounts and a mobile app to provide the foundation for the base's "SOAR into Shape," a weight-loss and health competition that rewards participants with points for achieving weight-loss milestones and workout targets. Grand Forks is the first U.S. military installation to set up a comprehensive networked fitness solution.
Web Exclusive - March 2012
U.S. Paralympics selected the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) to receive grant funding in support of Paralympic sport and physical activity programs for disabled veterans and members of the armed forces. Find out how these programs are making a difference.
Feature Article - April 2011
With a large number of soldiers deployed and returning from conflict, and an increasing population of wounded veterans, military installations and communities are improving programs and offering new services to bring recreation to wounded warriors and military families.