By now you’ve probably noticed that little “Tweet! Tweet!” box on the right-hand side of the blog is constantly updated with new information in 140 characters or less. That’s our Twitter feed!
Not familiar with Twitter? Well, it’s free and it’s fun and we find it’s a good way to keep you all informed about what’s happening here at the USO. We also have @USOPrograms with all of the latest news on our programs and services around the world and @USOEntertains which keeps you up to date on the latest in celebrity tours!
And did you know that USO Centers around the world are also Tweeting? Here’s a quick rundown of who you might want to follow. Be sure to leave comments on other great military-related people and organizations on Twitter who we should be following! Just try to keep your recommendation to 140 characters or less…ha!
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