Better Opportunities for Single Service Members (BOSS)

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Better Opportunities for Single Service Members (BOSS) is a dynamic program for single & unaccompanied service members to help enhance their quality of life, contribute to their community through service activities, & assist in the planning & execution of their own recreation & leisure events.

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Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers Lewis Main

Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Warrior Zone
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Inside Warrior Zone
JBLM Lewis North
253-967-5636

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BOSS

is a Department of the Army-sponsored program for single Service Members, single parents and single DoD employees. It provides single Service Members with the opportunity to actively participate in improving morale, increasing self-sufficiency, and assists in the development of tomorrow’s leaders. The core components of Well Being, Recreation & Leisure, and Community Service create the foundation of the Army BOSS Program. BOSS provides opportunities daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly for these three components.
BOSS holds an MSC Meeting on the first Tuesday of every month and the Full Council Meeting on the third Tuesday of every month. These meeting are always held at 1330 in the Nelson Recreation Ballroom. The Nelson Recreation Center is on 2nd Division Drive.

The BOSS program

is designed to be the collective voice for the single Service Member. BOSS does not supersede the Chain of Command, but it does support and compliment the Command mission. Ultimately, BOSS has an impact on the readiness and retention of our Service Members and service members.
The BOSS program at Joint Base Lewis-McChord is continually working to improve all aspects of life as a single Soldier. We meet monthly and every unit has a BOSS representative.
Participate, don't hesitate! Single Service Members make a very big difference! BOSS is open to single Service Members of all ranks, and all MWR eligible patrons. For information on BOSS call 253- 967-5636.

We want YOUR Opinion!

BOSS Single Service Members Survey NOW ONLINE! Give us your opinion. Click here to tell us how to improve your quality of life, give back to our communities and provide the best recreation and leisure activities.

BOSS Events by TEXT

Get info on BOSS events and activities sent to your phone!
Text "Follow JBLMBOSS" to 40404. Standard text message rates from your carrier apply.

Designated Driver

Designated Driver is a program of Service Members helping Service Members. Volunteer Service Members drive the BOSS van on Friday and Saturday nights transporting intoxicated Service Members to their barracks/house from the clubs on-post. Call 208-9169 for a Safe, No Questions Asked Ride! Friday & Saturday nights from 9 p.m. - 3 a.m.

Sponsored by:

 

Sprint

No federal endorsement implied

Omni

BOSS Components

Well Being includes those issues that Service Members can directly or indirectly influence to enhance their morale, living environment, or personal growth and development. Issues raised during BOSS meetings will be directed to the appropriate command or staff agency for resolution on the installation. Army-wide issues are forwarded to the Army Family Action Plan Conference for possible DA resolution.

Recreation and Leisure. Fun activities are planned by the BOSS council working in conjunction with the MWR Advisor and CSM. These events are geared towards the desires of the Single Service Members on that installation.

Community Service. BOSS makes a difference by volunteering in community projects and events. This is always voluntary in nature, and Service Members find this to be personally rewarding.

 

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Inside the Warrior Zone
11592 17th & D Street
JBLM Lewis North Fort
253-967-5636
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