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Photo Friday: Base Kodiak MWR Program

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Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as the Explore Kodiak summer exploration program, military child appreciation Purple Up Parade, a teen center, a year-round youth sports program and much more! Check out their website for more information of the center keeping engaged with youth. 

KODIAK, Alaska - Soccer players take the field during the Base Kodiak MWR Youth Soccer program. This program hosts up to 100 young athletes each season. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)   KODIAK, Alaska - Athletes of Base Kodiak MWR program celebrate the end of a fun soccer season by running through a tunnel composed of their biggest fans in September 2017. This program hosts up to 100 young athletes each season. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)

KODIAK, Alaska - Soccer players take the field during the Base Kodiak MWR Youth Soccer program. This program hosts up to 100 young athletes each season. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)

 

KODIAK, Alaska - Athletes of Base Kodiak MWR program celebrate the end of a fun soccer season by running through a tunnel composed of their biggest fans in September 2017. This program hosts up to 100 young athletes each season. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)

 

KODIAK, Alaska - The Base Kodiak Teen Center battle in a game of life-size Hungry Hippo. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)   KODIAK, Alaska - Base Kodiak youth are honored at the Purple Up Parade, which celebrates the military youth community each April during the Month of the Military Child. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as the Explore Kodiak summer exploration program, military child appreciation Purple Up Parade, a teen center, a year-round youth sports program. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

KODIAK, Alaska - The Base Kodiak Teen Center battle in a game of life-size Hungry Hippo. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as youth sports. (U.S. Coast Guard photo.)

 

KODIAK, Alaska - Base Kodiak youth are honored at the Purple Up Parade, which celebrates the military youth community each April during the Month of the Military Child. Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, is one of the largest Coast Guard bases in the world with more than 3,500 active duty, retired military, civilians, and their family members in the area. Kodiak is located approximately 250 miles southwest of Anchorage and is home to the base’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation (MWR) program. The program hosts several youth activities such as the Explore Kodiak summer exploration program, military child appreciation Purple Up Parade, a teen center, a year-round youth sports program. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)