The Fort Rucker Resiliency Resources Mobile App (R2A) utilizes the five health domains from the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness campaign (Physical, Emotional, Family, Spiritual and Social) and combines the data from the Fort Rucker Community Resource Guide and Fort Rucker websites so those in the Fort Rucker area can easily access important information. Future updates for the app include a push notification that one can opt-in or out of that notifies you of upcoming events like area 5K's or healthy cooking demonstrations. As the app rolls out to other Army installations, a form of geo-targeting will give the ability to download the local base information into the app. This is will be helpful to someone that goes TDY to other places. You can find R2A in your local mobile app store for Android. It will soon be available in mobile app stores for iPhone.
Fort Rucker Resiliency App
Current issue of the Military Report
- VA Won't Ramp Up Security After Rash of Suicides on Premises. Here's Why.
- Military Exchanges Tune Out TV News Due to 'Divisive Political Nature'
- Lawmaker Renews Push to Get Vietnam-Era Airman Medal of Honor
- VA Looks to Create Artificial Organs, Even Bones, With 3D Printing
- Is SGLI Enough? $100k Coverage from Just $7 a Month
- The Coast Guard Is Giving Away 4 Historic Florida Keys Lighthouses
- Army Launches Registry for Troops, Families with Housing-Related Health Issues
- Join City National Bank and Let Your Military Experience Shine
- Airmen Face Challenges Buying New OCP Uniforms
- Rates Are Rising: Use Your $0 Down VA Loan Benefit Now
- Shanahan Launches New Task Force on Military Sexual Assault
- Eliminate Out of Pocket Costs with a Tricare Supplement
- Commissary's Spring Sidewalk Program Offers Savings
- Incentives Aim to Reduce Pilot Attrition
- Damaged USS Fitzgerald Leaves Dry Dock After 15 Months of Repairs
- Dolphins from the USS Thresher Passed On
- Army May Add More Security Measures to Online Systems
- Oldest Military Units Conduct Joint Muster
- Soldiers Save 4 After Plane Crash
- Soldiers in South Korea Awarded for Fighting Fire
- Marine Diversity Office Changes Name