Pulled from the USO archives, here’s legendary comedian Robin Williams’ 2008 take on what it’s like to go on a USO tour.
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Vito DiChristina moved to Fort Bliss during his final months of service to retire in the El Paso area. The only problem was, his connections in there were lacking -- until he discovered the USO Pathfinder program.
These four USO volunteers exemplify what it takes to strengthen service members and military families by connecting them to family, home and country.
To help foster connection and understanding between civilians and service members, we created the series, “Front & Center.” Here is what our latest featured service member, Joe, had to say.
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