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Until every one comes home | The Magazine of the USO

From Our Fall 2015 Issue

Rosies Kept America Running Through World War II

by Samantha L. Quigley

The Rosie the Riveter song, penned by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb, first hit airwaves early in 1943. »

The USO: An Icon Born of Necessity

by Christian Pelusi

2.7.16 - One of the lessons the United States military learned during its involvement in World… »

Calvin Graham: The Baby Vet

by Brooke Scanlan

1.6.16 - During World War II, it wasn’t unusual for young men to lie about their… »

Edward R. Murrow: Pioneer on the Front Lines

by Chad Stewart

1.4.16 - Three words were all he needed. »

Audie Murphy: To Hell and Back

by Dale L. Walker

1.1.16 - Audie Leon Murphy died in a private plane crash near Roanoke, Virginia, on May… »

William O. Darby: Leading the Way

by Chad Stewart

12.29.15 - “He was the bravest man I ever knew.”

Those were the words Army General… »

Robin ‘Bob’ Sherlock: Waiting for the Call

by Samantha L. Quigley

12.23.15 - Bob Sherlock, an Illinois native, was 17 when he enlisted in the Marine Corps… »

On the Frontlines: Dispatches from the Field

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