The USO works in more than 200 locations and offers programs to keep service members connected to the people, places and things they love.

Service Members Everywhere


Anywhere They Go

The USO provides programs and services at more than 200 locations worldwide. Whether they're deployed to a war zone or stationed overseas, service members are only a request or a visit away from receiving a range of USO services. And when they can't physically visit one of our remote locations, we can come to them in the form of USO2GO or even Mobile USO.

22,762 Service members whose morale was positively impacted by USO2GO in 2014.

Military Families

Keeping Them Connected

Since 1941, the USO has kept our military men and women connected to their families, homes and country no matter where they are or under what conditions they serve.

97% of service members and families surveyed agree that “the USO boosts the morale of troops.”

Transitioning Service Members

USO Transition Services

When Americans complete their military service, the USO is there to support the transition back to civilian life. Those leaving the military need a plan to reintegrate into the communities they are returning to, a civilian career path and a strong family. USO Transition Services exists to help the nearly half a million service members and their families who start the process of transitioning out of the military each year. Designed to help the young, single service member, as well as the 25-year careerist with a family, USO Transition Services is a roadmap to help navigate whatever transition journey lies ahead.

250,000 Service members will transition into civilian communities each year during the next four years.

Wounded, Ill and Injured Service Members


A Continuum of Care

Recovering from a battlefield injury, training accident or even a long illness is a daunting prospect for service members and their loved ones. The USO provides a backbone of support. From our Warrior Center in Landstuhl Germany, to our two USO Warrior and Family Centers at major military hospital facilities in the Washington, D.C., area, service members and their families get the things they need in a nurturing environment. Also, our Caregivers Seminars provide vital links to information, programming and community support for the healing families.

150,000 Visits to our USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir in Virginia.

Families of the Fallen

After the Ultimate Sacrifice

When service members make the ultimate sacrifice for their country, we are there for their families. The USO has supported every dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base since March 1991, often making special travel accommodations for grieving families in transit at our airport centers around the world. The USO also supports the families through partnerships with organizations like the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) and Fisher House.

25 Years The USO has supported every dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base since March 1991.

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