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Academic and Professional

Learn the tools and get in charge of your direction.

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Career and Educational Information

Learn about schools, scholarships, career opportunities and more.

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Children

Find topics for the developing child including encyclopedia, books and other reference material.

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Cultural Awareness

Culture Awareness starts with knowledge. Become culturally aware be learning about other cultures.

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Digital Downloads

Get the latest digital downloads including ebooks, audio books and ejournal articles.

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Do It Yourself

Tackle that project. Learn about automotive and small engine repair, home improvement and hobbies.

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Find it in a Library

The Army has a wealth of information available at your local garrison library. Check out one today.

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Genealogy

Learn more about your roots by researching your family history.

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Health and Wellness

Find information on helping you get healthy and stay healthy.

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History

Learn about history with these helpful references on history.

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Homework Help

Stay on top of your homework with the Homework Helpful library resources.

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Literature

Get connected with the Library Literature resource center, your link to poetry, literature and more.

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Military

Get information on programs, policy, guidance and news relating to the Army and the Military.

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Money Matters

Get the tool to get yourself finically set. Learn about savings, investments and tax strategies.

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Practice Tests

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Online Library Recent News
Serial Online Story Created for the Library of Congress Relaunches
Just in time for the Halloween season, the Library of Congress is re-releasing its popular online serial adventure story, "The Exquisite Corpse Adventure," a rollicking family entertainment available for free and for download at iTunesU.
Reading Program spells food for brain
The Department of Defense summer reading program kicked off in Area I June 28 with a book reading and pizza party at Camp Casey's Gateway Club.
Post Library is convenient, free resource for community
The next time you need a good book to read or just need a quiet place to relax, consider using the APG Morale, Welfare and Recreation Library.
Ali Sabieh citizens celebrate library anniversary
Locals, dignitaries and Djiboutian and U.S. servicemembers gathered at Camp Harbi to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the Alo Aska Library, located near the camp in Ali Sabieh, Djibouti.

A worldwide network of over 90 libraries supports Soldiers and their Families. General libraries have something for everyone - from story hours to book discussion groups, from Internet access to word processing, from the latest novels to "how-to" books, from encyclopedia and other reference books to online reference resources 24/7. Librarians are available to assist you to find quick answers or to point you to the best sources for in-depth research.

You can virtually take advantage of your library's resources by linking to any of the 16 Subject Areas below.

Academic and Professional Health and Wellness
Career and Educational Information History
Children Homework Help
Cultural Awareness Literature
Digital Downloads Military
Do It Yourself Money Matters
Find it in a Library Practice Tests
Genealogy Reference

 

 On the Do It Yourself link, find help with fixing your car using the "Automotive Repair Reference Center" or repair a dripping faucet using the "Home Improvement Reference Center." On the Children’s link, read a story with your child at the "Tumblebooks Library."  On the Career and Education link, prepare for college at the "Peterson's Department of Defense (DoD) Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) Libraries Education/Lifelong Learning Center."

These online resources are funded by DoD MWR Libraries and the Army General Library Program. 

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Library Information Contact

For more information email: mwr.library@us.army.mil





The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the United States Army of the linked websites, or the information, products, or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sites, the United States Army does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.