By Sandi Moynihan
TUMON BAY, Guam – Opened in 2005, the USO Tumon Bay center is located in the heart of Guam’s tourist district inside the Royal Orchid Hotel building.
The center, which is open from at least 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily, features 5,000 square feet of classic USO amenities like televisions, Wi-Fi and video games. Additionally, the center boasts signature island touches like Guamanian-inspired decor and fresh local food delivered twice a day.
Late last year, we took a tour of the center with Edmund Lebita, the area programs manager at USO Guam and learned about the wonderful features the center has to offer service members and military families. Take a look.
– Director of Content Strategy Chad Stewart contributed to this report.
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