- May use upon receiving official deployment orders
- Family members may use during the deployment or dependent-restricted assignment
- May use up to one year after the Airman or Guardian returns to home station
Recharge for Resiliency (R4R) is the capstone for resiliency programming across the Air Force and Space Force. R4R provides resources that foster unit cohesion, culture, mission, and a sense of community among Airmen/Guardians and their families.
Eligibility: Airmen that are deployed or on a dependent-restricted assignment, their dependents and one guest of their choice
See R4R eligible trips here! Adventures less than $200 are R4R eligible!
Trips may be canceled due to low enrollment. Cancelations will be decided within 48 hrs of the event.
Plan your adventure with MWR!
Don't see a scheduled trip for your availability or interest? Customize it!
Request your trip dates by filing out the R4R request form & submitting to your unit Unite POC for Commander signature & submission to Outdoor Recreation.
Examples of available trips are on the form, but more possibilities exist!
Complete the R4R reservation form and submit to get your adventure on the books today!
Sign up at the Northwest Adventure Center, by email at JBLModr@army.mil or call 253-966-7972.
NORTHWEST ADVENTURE CENTER
8050 NCO Beach Rd., Lewis North. 253-967-7744
DEPLOYED AFFECTED PROGRAMMING (DAP)
Allows all Air Force Active Duty/Air Reserve assigned Service members returning from deployments or dependent-restricted assignments and their family members to participate in FSS recreational activities. Eligible family members may participate while the member is gone and upon their service member's return. Members who have deployed in support of an active operation and are on a dependent-restricted assignment, and their dependents, are eligible for this initiative. The deployed service member and their family are eligible upon receiving official orders during the deployment and up to 1 year after the service member returns to the home station.