Healthy Army Communities is an Army-wide effort to improve the health and wellness of the total Army Community. Healthy Army Communities focuses on leveraging existing best practices as well as developing strategies to help encourage healthy lifestyles, while also reshaping Army communities to support healthier places at and around Army Installations to live, learn, eat, work, play, shop and sleep. Healthy Army Communities aims to increase Readiness, Resiliency, Retention, and Recruitment by developing a total Army Culture of Health.
- Why Healthy Army Communities (HAC)
Unhealthy food and poor eating negatively Impact the military performance.
A fit and healthy fighting force is the foundation of a strong national defense. In the United States, poor health, obesity, and lack of physical fitness pose a growing threat to the military's four "R's": Readiness, Retention, Recruitment, and Resiliency. A few observations underscore the scale of the challenge.
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- Fort Sill Runs
Fort Sill Family & MWR conducts run series throughout the year to promote healthy and active living!
Run for the Fallen: November 20, 9:30 a.m.
Join us in honoring our nation's heroes by running in the 11th Annual Run for the Fallen on Saturday, November 20. The non-competitive 5K starts at 9:30 a.m. at Fort Sill's Patriot Club Parking Lot. Registration is $25 which includes a t-shirt.
Or register at Fires Fitness Center or Honeycutt Fitness Center.
This event is open to the public. For more information, please call the Sports Office at +1 (580)442-2489 or +1 (580)442-2526.
Sponsored by Fort Sill Federal Credit Union, 5 Star Nutrition, and Suddenlink Communications.
St. Patrick's Day 5K Run: March 12, 2022, 9 a.m.
The St. Patrick's Day 5K Run will be hosted at LETRA. The cost is $25 which includes a t-shirt. The day of registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the run will start at 9 .m. Pre-registration will be available online and at the fitness centers, Twin Oaks Bowling Center, and Fort Sill Golf Course.
As part of Healthy Army Comunity, Fort Sill Family and MWR offers healthier menu options in MWR-operated food outlets. Looking for healthier options?
The "Healthy Army Communities" logo identifies healthy options. Check out our healthy grab and go options at Fort Sill Golf Course, Twin Oaks Bowling Center, Cooper Child Development Center, and the new Rod and Gun Club.