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If the military is going back into Iraq, then so is the USO.
USO services hadn't been requested in the region since the 2011 drawdown. But that changed over the July 4th weekend when – with the help of troops there – the USO stood up an unstaffed location in Baghdad.
The facility was set up in a matter of days and features Internet connectivity, food and beverages, video games and a plethora of creative games and holiday supplies from USO2GO kits to keep troops there entertained.
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Mar 8, 2018
These 9 World-Famous Women are an Integral Part of USO History
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re looking back at some of the famous females who have helped shape the history of the USO. From World War II to today, these nine women are just a few of the many who have traveled near and far to entertain service members at home and abroad.