It’s a curious setting for a USO Center opening, but we can’t figure out why else there would be a ribbon and scissors in this picture! Do you recognize the time period, the people, or even the plaque on the wall in the back? Where are they?!
The soldiers work around the clock and don’t just provide security. They help transport food and other items, they move, load and unload vehicles and they talk to the victims.
Leroy Manigault, Jr., epitomized the true nature of a citizen-soldier when he quickly responded to an active shooter situation at a school while students were departing campus.
Justin Ahasteen's commanding officer calls him a role model for junior Marines around the world and said that Ahasteen emulates the Corps’ values of honor, courage and commitment.
Has the USO touched your life in some way? We would love to hear about it.