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Pages: 64
Published: 2017-05-11

Overview

Created in 1941 at the initiative President Franklin Roosevelt as part of an effort to strengthen morale among men and women in uniform.

The USO continues today as a nonprofit, Congressionally chartered private organization and relies on the generosity of local individuals, organizations and corporations to support its activities.

This resource booklet provides a history and listing of USO services and programs available to military personal, active and retire.

Table of Contents

Welcome to USO Fort Hood

History of Fort Hood

USO Fort Hood Celebrates Milestones

USO Fort Hood Celebrates 15-year Milestone
USO Celebrates 76th Birthday in 201

USO PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES

For the Troops and Families

A Touch of Home – USO Centers

Stay Connected

Free Wi-Fi and Computer Usage
United Through Reading®
USO Operation Phone Home™

Lift Spirits

Deployment/Homecoming Events
Welcome Home

Be Entertained

The USO Show Troupe
USO Mobile Canteen/Sprinter Van

For Military Families

With You All the Way
USO Story Time Early Literacy Workshop
Movies on the Lawn
Family Game Night – UNPLUGGED
USO/Stronger Families Oxygen Seminars

For Wounded, Ill and Injured Troops

USO Caregivers Conferences

For Families of the Fallen

Easing the Burden
Trevor Romain Foundation’s Memory Box

For Transitioning Service Members/Families

USO Fort Hood Transition Services
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Hire Our Heroes
Transition Services Lunch & Learns

Transition Services

Transitioning From Military Life to Civilian Life
Meet Your USO Fort Hood Transition Services Team

Upcoming Events

USO Fort Hood Annual Gala
Family Portraits

MAP – Fort Hood and Surrounding Areas

Upcoming Events (continued)

Sesame Street/USO Experience
Creative Forces, Art as Therapy

Surrounding Communities

Belton
Copperas Cove
Harker Heights
Kempner

Killeen

City of Killeen Parks
Killeen Civic & Conference Center