Wounded Warriors

Wounded soldiers at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center recently shared how the base's new USO center aids their recovery. Take a look.


USO Aftermath

USO Aftermath Watch how the USO helps those serving our country. Find out how to send your message of support to wounded warriors.


A Little Bit of Home

See how volunteers and country stars bring comfort and entertainment to troops stationed abroad.


Operation USO Care Package

Sponsor a care package to boost the morale of troops all over the world.

Operation Phone Home

This program provides phone cards to the troops for whenever they need to hear a familiar voice.


USO - Until Every One Comes Home

The USO (United Service Organizations) is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide morale, welfare and recreation-type services to U.S. military personnel. Since before World War II, the USO has been a bridge between the American people and our men and women in the armed services.

The USO currently operates more than 130 centers worldwide, including ten mobile canteens located in the continental United States and overseas. Overseas centers are located in Germany, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Qatar, Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Guam, and Kuwait. Service members and their families visit USO centers more than 5.3 million times each year.

Whether helping a soldier with a connecting flight, distributing a care package, providing information, or welcoming home troops from deployment, volunteers are vital to the success of the USO's mission.

To find out more about the USO go to