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FMWRC Annual Report 1998

FMWRC Annual Report 1998

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The Annual Report for the U.S. Army's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.
The Annual Report for the U.S. Army's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.

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The continued stability of AFRC operations in
FY97 resulted in record levels of revenue and
NIBD. Although AFRC-Europe’s occupancy
suffered as a result of Bosnia troop deploy-
ments, aggregate AFRC occupancy of 93.4
percent is slightly increased from FY96 levels
of 92.7 percent. The number of room-nights
also increased by 7,099, or 1.2 percent.
Unmet demand for rooms increased dramati-
cally, emphasizing the need for the planned
expansion of Dragon Hill Lodge in 2000.
Occupancy at Shades of Green exceeds 99
percent, with daily room referrals to other
hotels of approximately 100 room nights.
Occupancy levels at the Hale Koa Hotel
remained exceptionally high, at 96 percent,
despite the addition of the new 396-room tower
in FY96.

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