Water Workout

Kunz, Christine L.
April 2004
Airman;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p18
Features the importance of kayaking for U.S. Air Force airmen. Exploration of inaccessible waterways Opportunities for families with children to enjoy recreation and exercise together;significance of kayaking as the perfect form of outdoor recreation for many military people. INSET: Equipment start-up.


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