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ARLINGTON, Virginia–The USO hosted some of its corporate partners for a summit this week outside the nation’s capital. And after they exchanged ideas, they walked to another conference room and did what they do best together: give back to troops.
The USO and its corporate partners assembled With You All The Way Deployment Kits designed by the Comfort Crew for Military Kids. The kits will be distributed to families of Marines who are about to deploy out of Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. The group assembled 100 kits.
The Comfort Crew is part of the recently announced USO Transition 360 Alliance, which provides a holistic approach to transitioning from the military to civilian life.
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