Since 1947, the USO has been the nation's leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, throughout their time in uniform. From the moment they join, through their assignments and deployments, ad as they transition back to their communities, the USO is always by their side.
The USO center features a computer lab, printing, and Wi-Fi connectivity is available throughout the center; a video gaming area with various gaming consoles and computers, a library, pool, air hockey, foosball, shuffleboard, poker, table tennis and chess tables, a movie theater with a large DVD and Blu-ray library, seven televisions, and fireplaces. The USO also offers various programs such as free breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday, Coffee Connections, Single Soldier Homecoming Kits for service members returning from deployments, monthly "Take & Make" family craft and more. Come meet USO Canine Staff Member, Remington, who is a trained therapy dog. Volunteers always wanted. Monetary donations, as well as in-kind contributions, are gratefully accepted.
Service members and Family members over the age of eighteen with a valid military ID. Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.
- Boots & Booties
- Coffee Connections
- Hump Day Hotdogs
- Take & Make Family Craft
- Story Time
The USO Pathfinder Team offers FREE concierge services to help you create a plan and get connected to world-class resources during your transition. Whether yo a re transitioning due to a PCS, an ETS or Retirement, we are here to help!
A USO Transition Specialist can connect you with services and resources in the following focus areas:
- Employment Readiness
- Financial Readiness
- Veterans Benefits
Transition Specialists will also assist with transition-specific questions related to timelines, the transition process, clearing the installation, and more.
Regardless of where you choose to call home, the USO Transitions Team can connect you to your new community.