Grant a Wish for Our Heroes is our observance of Veterans Day and serves as a way for Americans to show appreciation for the exemplary service given by our nation’s servicemen and women.
The USO lifts the spirits of troops and their families by providing morale boosts in many ways. Whether it is keeping deployed servicemen and women connected to their families or making a troop’s time in theater a little more comfortable or supporting returning wounded, ill and injured troops as they work to recover, the USO remains steadfast in delivering goodness to our nation’s military and its families.
Learn more about our programs and services and how you can help at USO.org.
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Jun 17, 2019
7 Things You Didn’t Know about the Navy Hospital Corps
Navy corpsmen serve as medical professionals on submarines, vessels and out in the field alongside sailors and marines. To celebrate their anniversary, here are seven facts about the United States Navy Hospital Corps that you need to know.
Jun 16, 2019
'It’s Just for Them': Military Children at NSA Naples Enjoy Some Kids-Only Time at USO Snack Attack
The USO Naples Snack Attack program started three years ago as a way to bring together military children at NSA Naples, Italy and give them time for just themselves. It’s a program made only for children – no adults allowed – and that makes all the difference.
Jun 15, 2019
How this Dad and His Son Connect at USO Storytime in Wiesbaden, Germany
On any given Thursday, Army Sgt. 1st Class Uriah Britt is busy doing what he does best— serving as a soldier. But last September, Britt got a chance to spend a rare weekday morning at USO Wiesbaden's Storytime focused on his other full-time job— being a dad.