USO Honolulu was the first stop for thirty-five Army Cadets representing 21 different ROTC programs on the mainland. For most of these young cadets this was their first time in a USO Center and volunteers gave them a big Aloha welcome with a hot meal, cold drinks, and snacks well getting acquainted with each other before heading out to Schofield Barracks. These new cadets will spend the next two weeks attending Air Assault School. USO Honolulu is the first stop for all of our service members stationed in Oahu and thanks to our volunteers, service members enjoy a ‘home away from home’ 16 hours a day, seven days a week.
The USO strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. What does it take to connect our service members and their families to family, home and country? It takes a Force. Learn how you can Be The Force Behind the Forces with the USO at bit.ly/2FR1UNr.
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