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Until every one comes home | The Magazine of the USO

From Our Fall 2015 Issue

Eddie Willner: A Survivor

by Nina Willner

On April 9, 1945, Eddie Willner was one of 500 prisoners on a death march out of Langenstein-Zwieberge, a subcamp of Buchenwald concentration camp. »

Vernon Baker: At Long Last

by Chad Stewart

9.28.15 - He had to wait 52 years, but Vernon Baker finally got what he deserved.… »

Rosies Kept America Running Through World War II

by Samantha L. Quigley

9.23.15 - The Rosie the Riveter song, penned by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb, first… »

Annie Fox: Among the First, Twice

by Robert Vanderpool

9.15.15 - First Lieutenant Annie Fox was serving with the Army Nurse Corps on December 7,… »

A Different Way of Serving

by Eric Brandner

9.3.15 - What were they supposed to do?

The United States had the manpower and the… »

Dinah Shore: America’s Darling Daughter

by Samantha L. Quigley

8.19.15 - A beautiful starlet with a voice to match, Dinah Shore surely created Blues in… »

Marines are Right at Home in the Pacific

by Samantha L. Quigley

8.17.15 - Focused on the Middle East for nearly two decades, the military’s Pacific rebalance could… »

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