Acting as a USO center on wheels, Mobile USOs offer service members in the United States the same great support that is found at a USO airport or installation location.

These state-of-the-art mobile vehicles travel to homecomings, pre-deployment trainings, annual trainings, natural disasters, and a variety of other events to provide a place for service members to relax during downtime, provide USO services to areas without a brick-and-mortar center, and support active-duty communities in times of crisis.

Over the last several years, the USO Mobile program has expanded its fleet to include three large “recreational vehicles”, five Sprinter Vans, three Food Mobiles, a Gaming Mobile, and a Fitness Mobile, providing a wide range of support capabilities to service members and their families. USO’s mobile vehicles provide services varying from Xbox gaming, movie rooms, food services including coffee and snacks, Wi-Fi, internal and external sound systems, and outdoors games.

USO Mobile vehicles are located in California, Texas, Utah, Colorado, Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, Missouri, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, collectively covering the lower-48 and providing support to communities with large military populations and geographic limitations.

USO’s Mobile fleet has provided support to service members responding to natural disasters such as Hurricane Ida in 2021 and Hurricane Ian in 2022. To learn more about the USO Mobile Program visit Request the Mobile USO here.

Service members relax outside a Mobile USO center during Hurricane Florence relief efforts. | Photo credit USO Photo