Thank you to all the USO supporters who donated as part of the 2019 T-Shirt Campaign. As a nonprofit, we rely on the generosity of people like you. Your support helps the USO in its effort to strengthen service members and their families by connecting them family, home and country.
Remember to wear your shirt – the official uniform of military supporters – on July 4 and share a #USOSupporter photo on social media!
Want to learn more about the big ways even the smallest donation to can help the USO support our service members? Check out this story about how a simple $20 donation can make a big impact.
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50 Years after Apollo 11 Moon Landing, Army Doctor Takes 'Giant Leap' to Space
Fifty years after Neil Armstrong said, "One small leap for man, one giant leap for mankind," during the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, one U.S. Special Forces battalion surgeon will take the next giant leap into space.
Jul 17, 2019
During Deployments, Military Families Get a Night Off of Dinner Duty with USO Spangdahlem in Germany
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Seaman Rafael Omar Gomez Negron, a young, Spanish-speaking Coast Guardsmen from Puerto Rico, joined the military just before Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria devastated his island. From fearing the health of his family while enduring basic training to diligently learning English to advance his military career, this new Coastie, who now lives in Washington, D.C., is a determined member of the force.