Who doesn’t love Americana décor around their home? This simple flag can add a touch of American pride to any bedroom, living room, front door or patio. An added bonus is the main material is free from your local hardware store; paint stirrers!
The first Army Ten Miler (ATM) began in October of 1985 with only 1,379 registrants in Washington DC. The ATM is the second largest 10 miler race after the Broad Street Run in Philadelphia. Throughout the past 31 years, the run has grown exponentially and maintains a registration of 35,000 runners from across the nation. […]
As a manager of a major facility, you pride yourself on your facility’s reputation. William Fumai, manager of Gordon Lakes Golf Club (GLGC), has a lot to be proud of. Not only is Mr. Fumai a PGA Certified Instructor, he has a lot of experience managing Army golf courses. Gordon Lakes is the fifth course […]
“Being a Garrison Commander is arguably one of the toughest but yet rewarding jobs in the Army!” ~ COL Glenn A. Kennedy, II A change of command ceremony is a military tradition that represents a formal transfer of authority and responsibility from one to another. Bidding farewell to one Garrison Commander and welcoming another is […]
With changing the names of the gyms to fitness centers in 2014, also came changes in the facilities as a whole. The goal of our fitness centers has always been to maintain recruitment, retention and resiliency of the service members; keeping them mission ready. Now we have the opportunity to keep their work outs fun […]
90 Days to Get Fit started as an idea for me to achieve a personal fitness goal! I never would have imagined my personal goal turning into an initiative for the entire community to get together and have fun getting fit mentally, physically and emotionally. But it did! I’m proud to say our #MWRFit Team […]
My father has always said, “Accountability is what makes you do it!” When you are being held accountable, you feel the need to actually complete what you started. Knowing someone is counting on you can be a great motivational factor. The 90 Days to Get Fit challenge originally began as 31 days. It was a […]
Last year the Family & MWR Marketing Team had an online competition called Rejuvenate: 31 Days to Get Fit open to the Military Community. The competition, held on Facebook, asked for participants to post a picture of themselves getting fit – either in a conventional, or in a more creative way. The person with the […]