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Pages: 48
Published: 2017-06-14

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 USO Fort Riley
  • Other Resourecs & Advertisers’ Index
  • Welcome 1st Infantry Division
  • USO’s 76th birthday in 2017
  • USO Fort Riley Programs Description
  • USO Fort Riley Family Game Night
  • USO Fort Riley Transition Services
    Ready to help transitioning military
  • Transition Services
  • Families Celebrate with Almost 2 Weeks of Jolly Days
  • USO Fort Riley Fun, Family and Friends
  • Welcome Home Ceremony
  • New USO Fort Riley Director has Vision
  • 1st Infantry Division, A Century of Service
  • Surrounding Communities

Junction City
Manhattan
Leavenworth & Lansing
Salina
Topeka
Wichita