USO WARRIOR WEEK USO Warrior Week invites our wounded, ill, and injured service members to participate in various therapeutic and recreational activities in hopes to aid in their recovery. The USO will host three Warrior Week events in 2019 focusing on outdoor activities, music therapy, and honoring our service members and their families. WARRIOR WEEK LOCATIONS VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA--MAY 28-JUNE 3, 2019 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE--JULY 18-20, 2019 EL PASO, TEXAS--SEPTEMBER 11-14, 2019 Come out and support these warriors! It's an awesome week. You can grab more details about the upcoming USO Warr... read more
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Exciting news for Commissary Shoppers! Fort Eustis Commissary launched the first CLICK2GO curbside pickup with online ordering. There is a small service fee that will be added but well worth the convenience. Other locations include Fort Lee, Offutt and Travis will eventually receive the new CLICK2GO program as the agency’s new business and checkout systems are installed in commissaries worldwide over the next four years. The commissary at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, will be the next store to receive the online ordering/curbside pick-up program at a time to be determined. Read the Pres... read more
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE USO~ 78 YEARS OF MILITARY SUPPORT! Today, February 4th, 2019 The United Service Organization Celebrates 78 Years Of Military Support. We are so grateful for THE USOand volunteers for all the ways in which they support and uplift the spirits of the Military Community both at home and overseas. Thank you for all you do USO~ 78 Years of Military Support and still going strong. THE USO Mission The USO strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. For over 75 years, the USO has bee... read more
For those military members and military families that have experienced unsafe and unacceptable conditions in Military Housing, this is your opportunity to speak out and help create change. There are a couple places listed below to voice your experience. (1) Military Family Advisory Network (MFAN) is working with the Senate Armed Services Committee to share the experiences military families have had with privatized base housing. If you have lived in privatized base housing in the last three years or are currently living in privatized base housing, please complete this brief questionnaire. This... read more
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