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  • Holistic health added to Army fitness doctrine

    By Thomas Brading
    Army News Service  

    FORT EUSTIS, Va.—The ink has dried on the Army’s updated physical fitness doctrine, which now includes a portion on holistic health that aims to prevent injuries, increase Soldier lethality and be an essential component of individual readiness.
    Holistic Health and Fitness, or H2F, was published at the beginning of October into Army Field Manual 7-22, which covers the force’s doctrine on physical readiness training, said Maj. Gen. Lonnie G. Hibbard, commander of the U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training.
    As H2F takes its place in Army doctrine, Hibbard hopes to hit the ground running into fiscal year 2021, especially as the Army Combat Fitness Test, or ACFT, now becomes the fitness test of record. Read More

  • Community Announcements

  • Community Announcements

    LRC Warehouse 917 and Central Issue Facility reducing operational services
    The Logistics Readiness Center Warehouse 917 and Central Issue Facility will be reducing operational services due to the required annual 100% inventory. Due to COVID-19,  the LRC Warehouse 917 and Central Issue Facility has to stagger these inventories.
    • LRC Central Issue Facility Warehouse 917—CIF inventory and Class 7 items are scheduled through Oct. 30.  All military personnel who will be retiring or ETSing and require clearing (turn-in)  through the LRC West Point Central Issue Facility during these dates will be required to make an appointment by contacting the below personnel:
    • Betsy Young—845-938-4562.
    • Jason Matzkanin—845-938-1835.

    Mine Torne Road closure dates for personally-owned firearm ranges
    Mine Torne Road will be closed to traffic due to personally-owned firearm ranges on Nov. Read More

  • Community Featured Items

    MWR offers outdoor movies
    West Point Morale, Welfare and Recreation is excited to announce a few outdoor movies happening this month.
    • Oct. 30, 6 p.m.—The Child and Youth Services Middle School/Teen staff will host two outdoor movie nights at the Youth Center (Building 500) for CYS enrolled youth grades 6-12. A Quiet Place is the movie that will be shown.
    See page 11 for the movie advertisment.
    For details about this event and other events provided by West Point MWR, visit Read More

  • COVID-19: MWR facility and program updates

    The following services are open:
    • Army Community Service (ACS)—Open and operational. Lending closet is closed. Call ACS at 845-938-4621.
    • Arts & Crafts—Arts & Crafts is open by appointment for framing and gift shop services. Appointments can be made by calling 845-938-4812 and will be available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. There is now an online store at
    • Automotive Center—It is open for “Self-Help” patrons and “Fleet Services” only. Hours of operation are 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Now doing New York State inspections. For complete details, visit
    • BOSS/Buffalo Soldier Pavilion—It is now open. For details, call 845-938-6497/7060.
    • CYS Middle School and Teen Center (Youth Center Building 500)—It is open for authorized DOD youth in grades 6-12. Read More

  • Keller Corner: Weekly updates, COVID-19 info

    Mammography equipment is coming to Keller
    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Keller Army Community Hospital will soon be able to schedule mammogram appointments.
    The mammography equipment is scheduled to be installed in early November, and — if there are no issues with the installation and setup — KACH should begin to schedule patients by mid- to late-November.
    Keller Army Community Hospital will keep beneficiaries updated on completion and dates when appointments can be scheduled.
    Please continue to follow Keller’s Breast Cancer Awareness campaign — every Wednesday in October — on our Facebook page at

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    If you are a victim of domestic abuse, you can receive anonymous, confidential help —available 24/7 — by calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE).If you are in a domestic violence emergency, call 9-1-1. Read More

  • The Keller Spotlight

    THE KELLER SPOTLIGHT will introduce and highlight a new staff member and the services they provide. Today, Keller Army Community Hospital would like to welcome Maj. Christopher M. Daniels, M.D. To schedule an appointment with MAJ Daniels:
    • See or call your Primary Care Provider for a referral to the Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon.
    • Call the Appointment Center at 845-938-7992 or 800-552-2907.
    • Call the Orthopaedic Department at 845-938-4733.
    We thank you for putting your trust in Army Medicine and KACH … where Army Medicine is Army Strong! Read More

  • Can I receive a COVID-19 test at Keller if I am ‘asymptomatic?’

    By Keller Army Community Hospital

    Army guidance is to only test COVID-19 asymptomatic beneficiaries who are scheduled for medical procedures, overseas missions (deployments, TDY or PCS) or readiness/training requirements.
    Keller Army Community Hospital will administer a COVID-19 test to asymptomatic beneficiaries in the following categories:
    • You are scheduled for or having a surgical procedure (inpatient or outpatient).
    •   You are a service member with a “travel medicine overseas deployment” requirement.
    • You are a service member with a “training” requirement (military training, National Training Center or Joint Readiness Training Center).
    •  You are a service member scheduled for “official TDY travel overseas.”
    •  You are a service member/military family who will PCS overseas.
    If you are in the above categories, you can book a COVID-19 test through the Keller Army Community Hospital Appointment Center at 845-938-7992 or 800-552-2907, from 7 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Read More

  • Teen Outdoor Movie Night

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