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The Army’s Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) program schedules various monthly activities ranging from sky diving, scuba diving and visiting neighboring islands and entertainment venues. Some activities are held in the Tropics Recreation Center, which boasts numerous big-screen televisions, pool tables, video games and Big BOSS, the mechanical bull.

BOSS is also involved with the local community, participating in the annual NFL Pro Bowl and special events, such as the Family Fun Fest, the Schofield Barracks Fourth of July Spectacular and the island-wide Make a Difference Day. In addition to the helping the local community with special events BOSS is also involved with community service projects, such as Habitat for Humanity. Call 808-655-1130 for program details.

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