So it’s happened again. You’re the new kid on the block. Sounds like you could use a helping hand and a friendly ear. We’ve got both!
Whether you need help checking in or aren’t sure if the barber shop is near the PX or in the same building, USO staff and volunteers can help point you in the right direction. If you’re just arriving overseas for the first time, take a minute to stop by your local USO to find out about local tours that can help give you the lay of the land, both geographically and culturally.
And if you’re in Rome, you might be fortunate enough to be part of a Papal Audience, through USO Rome.
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USO Fort Wainwright Center Grand Opening
Representatives from military, government, and non-profit organizations joined service members and families to celebrate the Grand Opening …
USO Pathfinder Transition Services Opens
Community and military partners gathered to christen the new USO Alaska Pathfinder Transition Services Office with an official ribbon cutti…
GCI contributes more than $16,000 to USO Alaska
GCI increased its ongoing support of military members through USO Alaska in 2017 to more than $16,000 in annual contributions.
Who couldn’t use a little pick me up, even on the best day? The USO realizes this and understands that what makes one person calm and relax…
With plenty of entertainment options throughout the year, make sure to check with the USO the next time someone says, “I’m bored!”
From USO Alaska’s monthly pancake breakfasts with Starbucks, to s'mores nights, smoothie Sundays, or dozens of holiday and football parties…
No one likes being away from family, friends, and traditions for major holidays. That’s why we try to make it easier through special events…
Whether it’s a trip home to visit the folks, a PCS, or looking toward civilian life, we know our service members and their families are on …