[caption id=“attachment_2904” align=“aligncenter” width=“500” caption=“Actor Bradley Cooper takes a moment to pose with service members stationed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during a week-long USO tour in 2008. Cooper was in the region on his first tour to show support to U.S. troops and bring them a touch of home.”][/caption]
Bradley Cooper has become a USO tour staple, having now traveled to Cuba, Kuwait, Afghanistan, and - most recently - a seven-day, three-country tour with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen.
This week he appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote his new film, but he also took time out to talk about USO tour experience. Check it out!
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Prosthetists Provide Amputees a Helping Hand – and Foot – On Their Road to Recovery
More than 1,500 American troops have lost a limb since 2001, in Afghanistan or Iraq or other deployments around the world. Walter Reed — first at the old campus in Washington, D.C., and now at the new facility in Bethesda — is where they take their first steps toward a new reality.
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Delivering a USO Care Package in 360°
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