This was mentioned in passing in another forum, but it’s a great benefit for anyone holding a CAC card or has a DS login (retired). First, create an account at your service online library. The NavyMarine/CG is just below, and I’ve pasted in the info on other services and DS login how-to. https://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=104662 Here’s info on other services and DOD, and the how-to for a DS logon for non-CAC card holders who are eligible: Who is authorized to use the Navy MWR Digital Library? US Navy, US Marine Corps, and US Coast Guard: Active duty, retired, and Reservist members and their dependents Civilian and Non-Appropriated Fund Employees Contractors if eligible for MWR privileges If you are aligned with the Army or Air Force, your digital libraries are located at: Army: http://mwrlibrary.armybiznet.com Air Force: https://www.my.af.mil/or local AF library DoD service members & families:MilitaryOneSource.mil Choose Login method: Common Access Card (CAC) or DS Logon. Note: DS Logon is only available for those 18 and over. Minors must use their sponsor's credentials. Get a DS Logon or reset your password: https://myaccess.dmdc.osd.mil The second piece is downloading the free Overdrive iOS app (would assume other major smartphones would have) to your device and searching/saving your local library (if it is a digital participant) and your Service online library. Third, after making it through the slightly klunky set-up, enjoy! I have used Overdrive and Cloud Library apps for several years with the Annapolis Library to ensure I would always have books handy on my iPhone and iPad. I finally added the Navy library and appreciate the range of pro reading they carry. It’s not my favorite way to read, but it’s certainly convenient.