Soldiers from Fort Carson CO lead elementary school students through a modified version of the US Army39s physical readiness training as part of the school39s new Fueling the Future program Photo courtesy of the US Army

Soldiers from Fort Carson, CO, lead elementary school students through a modified version of the U.S. Army's physical readiness training as part of the school's new Fueling the Future program. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army.

Army Program, Soldiers Work to Keep Kids Healthy

U.S. Army soldiers from Fort Carson, CO, led Army physical readiness training sessions for local elementary school students last month as part of a program designed to keep kids in military communities healthy.

U.S. Army soldiers from Fort Carson, CO, led Army physical readiness training (PRT) sessions for students at a local elementary school last month as part of a program designed to keep kids in military communities healthy.

The Fueling the Future program, which is designed to educate children and parents about the benefits of good nutrition and regular physical activity, launched last year as a U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) campaign, according to an article published on the Army's webs

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