Cookies. Tacos. Pancakes. You name it! If you need a snack break or want to enjoy a meal with your buddies or your family, find a USO center!
From Okinawa’s “Hai Sai Night” offering a home cooked meal and a movie, to “Evenings Out” in San Diego, you’ll never go hungry if there’s a USO nearby!
What? You’re headed out for training and won’t see a USO the entire time? Leaving for deployment? No worries! We’ve got you covered with food to go. Many USO centers offer care packages with goodies to get you through. Look for them on your way home, too.
And when you get settled, look for a Taco Tuesday or a USO No Dough Dinner, because what’s better than sitting in a big comfy chair, eating a fantastic meal with friendly people to talk to? The answer’s easy: Nothing!
Stories About This Program
USO Humphreys' Motor Pool Monday
Every Monday, USO Humphreys is driving to motor pools on USAG Humphreys to treat our soldiers with drinks and snacks to provide short break…
USO Seoul's 50 Cents First Fridays
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USO Seoul's Hot Dog Wednesdays
USO Seoul offers delicious chili cheese dogs for lunch every Wednesday! About 500 service members and their families coming to USO Seoul to…
Operation Birthday cake
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With plenty of entertainment options throughout the year, make sure to check with the USO the next time someone says, “I’m bored!”
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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…
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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!