Spring Holiday Event Annually, Military families enjoy a scavenger hunt, animal-themed games and crafts, and won prizes at the Milwaukee Co…
Military units can request support for various functions, in the form of snacks, comfort or relaxation. Fort McCoy area:
USO Reading Program
The USO is proud to offer the USO Reading Program. In the spirit of bringing military families together, the program is largely driven by v…
USO Coffee Connections
How did Coffee Connections get started?
USO Special Delivery
Combining baby shower games, local guest speakers, and drawings for traditional baby shower gifts; the showers, hosted virtually or in-pers…
USO Care Package Program
Space is always at a premium for our service members. They’re weighed down with gear to keep them prepared for any challenge they might enc…
Tickets for Troops
The USO offers free tickets to cultural, musical, theatrical and sporting events for military personnel and their families, encouraging the…
USO Canine Program
There’s a special connection between people and dogs, and with the USO Canine Program, our service members and their families feel the comf…
USO Wisconsin Administrative Office
Milwaukee County War Memorial
750 N Lincoln Memorial Dr Ste 407
Milwaukee, WI 53202
USO Milwaukee General Mitchell Airport Center (MKE)
5300 S Howell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
11050 W. Liberty Dr.
Milwaukee, WI 53224
USO Fort McCoy
Fort McCoy, WI
USO La Crosse Airport Center (LSE)
2850 Airport Dr.
La Crosse, WI 54603
Soldiers at Fort McCoy Assist Afghan Refugees
Spectrum News1 WISCONSIN— After calling Fort McCoy home for nearly six weeks, the first of nearly 13,000 Afghan refugees began to move to t…
In Focus: USO Wisconsin Executive Director explains role, support to veterans
Spectrum News1 WISCONSIN Since 1941, the USO has strengthened the connection between service members to their families and country.
Photo Essay: Musician Chris Kroeze entertains Fort McCoy community during concert at Fort McCoy
Entertainer and musician Chris Kroeze sings a song June 15, 2021, during his 90-minute concert at Fort McCoy, Wis.