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.
Countless acts of caring, comfort, connection, and support have guided USO Wisconsin, as it serves over 15,000 current U.S. military personnel with hundreds of volunteers.
Josh Sova, Executive Director of USO Wisconsin, explains the organization’s role today, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what USO Wisconsin has planned in the coming months.
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