Can you spot a milk mustache in this crowd?
The USO loves the volunteerism and piece-of-home feel displayed in this photo. Can you help us determine the location, date or identities of the people at this bar?
Maybe the insignia with the eagle and moon tells you something. How much information can you milk from the details? The background is dark and slightly blurry, but we are glass half full kind of people. Leave a comment below if you can tell us any information about this photo…or if you have any other lactose-oriented jokes.
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