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A message to everyone from the USO at Destin - Fort Walton Beach Airport . Love our USA. Love our Troops. Love our USO!

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Staff and volunteers at USO Pensacola International Airport catch up after not seeing each other for over two months

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A big shout out to our volunteer Randy Whitehorse and his crew from CSADD of NAS Pensacola, they helped deliver snacks from the USO to the many men and women staying safe in the Barracks

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USO volunteers Linda Hayes and Phil Williams from our center located in the Destin - Fort Walton Beach Airport worked hard to assemble and deliver goody baskets to AFMS - Hurlburt - 1st Special Operations Medical Group in appreciation of all the hard work they are doing

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Although we are still temporarily closed, USO wanted to boost some moral for Pensacola International Airport staff members with some yummy donuts!

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Thank you to the Kinsella Family who donated 80 homemade masks to the USO!

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Staff and volunteers at USO Destin Fort Walton Beach virtually catching up!

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Thank you Pen Air Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this month’s Dine on Our Dime event aboard both NAS Pensacola and Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station! 🇺🇸 This afternoon, our staff members along with Pensacola MWR delivered lots of snacks and Jimmy John's provided by Pen Air. 🍪 A great big thank you to everyone involved for helping serve our service members and supporting your local USO! ❤️🤍💙 You’re greatly appreciated.

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USO Volunteers always step up when needed. And current situations are no different. A few USO Volunteers at the Destin Fort Walton Beach Airport have been making cloth masks from home to provide to local installations. These masks have been used in the interim until commercial ones were available. A big shout out to Tom Kutsch, Gayle and McClure and Janet Mosier!

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Volunteers at USO Pensacola International Airport spent the day painting, organizing, and assembling new furniture. Although the USO is closed, we have been giving our center a much needed face lift- while following CDC guidelines, of course! We can't wait to re-open with our fresh look. We truly have the best, dedicated volunteers! Thank you for what you do to make the USO better on a daily basis!

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Staff and volunteers at NASP virtually catching up

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We have been busy supporting local service members and their families in Northwest Florida. We have been making supply and face mask deliveries to Naval Hospital Pensacola, Duke Field, Hurlburt Field, Eglin AFB, NAS Pensacola, and Corry Station this week. We are filling requests everyday, so if you would like to help, please consider making a donation to USO Northwest Florida. Just reach out for more info! To those who have already given...THANK YOU!

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Look at all of the happy faces on the kiddos at the CDC at NAS Pensacola! USO Northwest Florida provided hundreds of activity bags filled with yummy snacks and activities to keep military families occupied. #BeTheForce #Covid19

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Providing hygiene kits and fun activities for our men and women in uniform who are restricted to their barracks at NAS Pensacola, Center for Information Warfare Training, and Eglin Air Force Base has been fun this week! We can’t wait to see how we can help next week

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Our USO NWFL staff have been working with our friends at Pensacola MWR at NAS Pensacola and Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station to bring care packages, drinks, snacks, and activities for active duty students who are having to spend their free time restricted to their barracks to stay safe. If you would like to help with these efforts, you can message us here for more info or donate online at:

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USO Northwest Florida staff handed out another 160 Extended Spring Break Activity Bags this morning aboard Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station! Thank you to Pen Air Federal Credit Union, Navy Lodge, Disney, and Papa John's Pizza for contributing to the bags!

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It is essential that our leaders at NAS Pensacola continue the mission training for our young heroes. Over 200 students arrived from Great Lakes after a long day of traveling from boot camp. They arrived hungry, but were greeted with delicious pizza from one of our dedicated supporters, Papa John's Pizza. If you would like to learn more about supporting the USO, please reach out. #betheforce #alwaysbytheirside Papa John's Pizza Mobile, Pensacola

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Look at all of the happy faces on the kiddos at the CDC at NAS Pensacola! USO Northwest Florida provided hundreds of activity bags filled with yummy snacks and activities to keep military families occupied. #BeTheForce #Covid19

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Providing hygiene kits and fun activities for our men and women in uniform who are restricted to their barracks at NAS Pensacola, Center for Information Warfare Training, and Eglin Air Force Base has been fun this week! We can’t wait to see how we can help next week

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Our USO NWFL staff have been working with our friends at Pensacola MWR at NAS Pensacola and Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station to bring care packages, drinks, snacks, and activities for active duty students who are having to spend their free time restricted to their barracks to stay safe. If you would like to help with these efforts, you can message us here for more info or donate online at:

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USO Northwest Florida staff handed out another 160 Extended Spring Break Activity Bags this morning aboard Information Warfare Training Command Corry Station! Thank you to Pen Air Federal Credit Union, Navy Lodge, Disney, and Papa John's Pizza for contributing to the bags!

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It is essential that our leaders at NAS Pensacola continue the mission training for our young heroes. Over 200 students arrived from Great Lakes after a long day of traveling from boot camp. They arrived hungry, but were greeted with delicious pizza from one of our dedicated supporters, Papa John's Pizza. If you would like to learn more about supporting the USO, please reach out. #betheforce #alwaysbytheirside Papa John's Pizza Mobile, Pensacola

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The USO remains in close alignment with military commands and goes where no other nonprofit can go to support the emergent needs of our Armed Forces. With the scale and reach of the USO, we are able to mobilize and help service members and military families being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak – at home and abroad globally and virtually. The USO has pivoted resources across the entire global enterprise in an approach that helps care for military members and their families.

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