Local Soldier readiness partnership expands nationwide

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The local performance and readiness partnership between Georgia Southern University and the 3rd Infantry Division has now become a nationally recognized educational and research program with $5.68 million in federal funding to improve soldier health and performance to ensure force readiness.

Focusing on improving Soldier holistic health and fitness in Army formations, the Soldier Performance and Readiness program aligns with the U.S. Army’s Holistic Health and Fitness initiative and represents a multifaceted partnership with the Army to provide onsite training that decreases musculoskeletal injuries.

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