How the Army Kept Soldiers Fit During the Pandemic

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[Photos courtesy of U.S. Army Fort Benning]
[Photos courtesy of U.S. Army Fort Benning]

Building the airplane in flight. That's the tagline Lori Smith kept hearing when trying to cope with the evolving effects of the coronavirus pandemic. "It really felt like that was what we were doing," says Smith, sports and fitness director at U.S. Army Fort Benning, which straddles the border between Georgia and Alabama. "What was nice was that as we went along, from initially closing facilities to reopening, there were people at all levels of the Army who were willing to try a lot of different things to keep people active and healthy."

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