Many people know the USO for our celebrity entertainment tours and USO Centers in airports around the world. But did you know that we have a variety of programs that can be enjoyed by service members far beyond the reaches of a center or tour.
And we continue to grow! Our newest program - Operation Enduring Care - is a “comprehensive long-term initiative to support America’s Wounded Warriors and their families." And many local USO Centers also offer programs and services that are unique to the populations they serve. Your USO is changing…but the fact that we support our Troops and their families will always remain.
Take our quick poll to let us know which program is your favorite, or which one your family enjoys the most. We’re always looking for feedback and love to hear your personal stories. PLUS, two lucky blog comments will be chosen at random to win a special USO Prize Pack! (Sorry, but USO employees and their families are not eligible)
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