Navy Liberty Program



The Liberty Program offers the opportunity to participate in fun and innovative adventures for all single, unaccompanied military members and their guests in an alcohol and tobacco-free environment. The Liberty Program organizes on-base and off-base activities like free food events, game nights, volunteer projects, trips to sporting events, and more. The Ellison Community Recreation Center, home to the Liberty Program, includes free computers, WiFi, video game systems, billiards, and movies.

Liberty is a worldwide Morale, Welfare and Recreation program that positively impacts the quality of life and contributes to the personal readiness of single and unaccompanied military personnel. Sailors can kick back and relax at the Liberty Center, be with their friends and find fun things to do in their off-duty time. Although the Liberty Program is primarily for young, enlisted service members, typically all unaccompanied personnel assigned to U.S. Navy installations are welcome to participate. Children under 18 are not allowed on trips and tours or to participate in Liberty Activities. Guests are allowed to participate in selected activities on a space-available basis, but do not receive the Liberty Program discount. 

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