Life in a military family can be difficult. Many active-duty military families can feel unsettled, due to the fact that they move – or, “PCS” – approximately every 2-3 years throughout their service member’s career.
On March 17, 2022, USO Osan had the honor of hosting USO Korea Advisory Council President Michael Quigley and USO Korea Area Director Doug Boltuc for a presentation ceremony of President George W. Bush’s illustrated Book, Portraits of Courage:
On November 18, 2021, with the support of the Gary Sinise Foundation, USO Osan hosted 163 service members and their families for the 2021 USO Osan Thanksgiving Lunch. The line quite literally went out the USO's door!
Life as a military spouse can be a lonely one. With constant moves to new cities, states or countries, it can sometimes be difficult to build and maintain friendships, especially in the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic where isolation was the norm.
Located right at the entrance to Camp Casey, Korea, the USO has long since been a place of refuge for our Service Members, DOD Civilians, and the community as a whole. That statement holds true (maybe even more so) during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
By early 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt foresaw the strong likelihood that American military forces would soon become actively engaged in the raging world war that had been going on for two and a half years.
The city of Busan announced that it would open “Doran Doran”, a village restaurant based in the mobile fishing village where you can cook and sell local specialty seafood, on the first floor of the Idong Fishing Village in Gijang-gun located in Icheon-ri, Ilgwang-myeon, Gijang-gun.
Japchae is usually treated as a side dish in Korean cuisine. But serve it over rice, and this savory and slightly sweet dish of stir-fried glass noodles and veggies becomes the showstopper it deserves to be.