Volunteer for the USO

The United Service Organizations Inc. (USO Show) is a nonprofit organization that provides programs, services and live entertainment to United States troops and their families. Since 1941, it has worked in partnership with the Department of Defense (DOD), relying heavily on private contributions and on funds, goods, and services from various corporate and individual donors. Although congressionally chartered, it is not a government agency. The USO operates 160 centers worldwide.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USO

USO FLOTUS & SLOTUS

During World War II, the USO became the G.I.‘s “home away from home” and began a tradition of entertaining the troops that continues today.

Throughout our country’s history, Americans have felt profound appreciation and gratitude for the dedication and sacrifice of our troops and their families. The USO provides a tangible way for all of us to say thank you, as it has for 70 years.

Thanks to your generosity, the USO fulfills its mission of lifting the spirits of America’s troops and their families. Through the USO, you touch their lives through an extensive range of programs at more than 160 locations in 27 states and 14 countries, and at hundreds of entertainment events each year. Thousands of USO volunteers do everything possible to provide a home away from home for our troops and to keep them connected to the families they left behind.

The USO makes sure your help goes to those who need it the most: troops serving in combat, their families, our wounded warriors and their families, and families of the fallen.

As a nonprofit, non-political organization, the USO is now, and always will be, about our troops. Wherever and whenever they go, the USO will be there, until every one comes home.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

There are countless ways volunteers support the USO, but they all share an abiding dedication to our troops and their families. Whether it’s helping out at a special event, cheering troops at homecoming, manning a front desk or providing a listening ear, our volunteers are the reason troops know they can count on the USO.

Interested in becoming a USO volunteer? Read over our Volunteer FAQs, to get the answers commonly-asked questions, or simply visit usovolunteer.org to submit a volunteer interest form.

For those who aren’t able to volunteer their time, remember there are many other ways to get involved and support the USO. Please click here to learn more about other options, including making a monetary contribution, sending an eGift, using our easy fundraising toolkits, joining Team USO, and more.

Learn more: http://www.uso.org/ways-to-volunteer.aspx

October 25th at 1:45 PM ET
First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr Jill Biden greet the USO Volunteer of the Year, The Spirit of the USO Award honoree, and 6 USO service honorees and their families.

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  1. CR says:

    WH

    Friday, October 25, 2013

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    Vice President Biden meets with Italian Senate President Pietro Grasso.

    11:00 AM
    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    1:20 PM
    President Obama departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews

    1:35 PM
    President Obama departs Joint Base Andrews

    1:45 PM
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr Jill Biden greet the USO Volunteer of the Year, The Spirit of the USO Award honoree, and 6 USO service honorees and their families.

    2:00 PM
    2:15 PM
    First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks at the DNC Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) National Issues Conference

    2:30 PM
    President Obama arrives in New York

    3:00 PM
    3:45 PM
    President Obama speaks on the next generation of middle class American workers and entrepreneurs
    Pathways in Technology Early College High School
    Brooklyn, NY

    4:00 PM
    5:00 PM
    6:00 PM
    6:45 PM
    Vice President Biden and Dr Jill Biden deliver remarks at the Annual Issues Conference of the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum
    Newseum, Washingon DC

    7:00 PM
    President Obama attends a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee event
    Manhattan, NY

    8:00 PM
    8:10 PM
    President Obama attends a Democratic National Committee event
    Manhattan, NY
    9:00 PM
    10:00 PM
    10:50 PM
    President Obama arrives at Joint Base Andrews
    11:00 PM
    11:05 PM
    President Obama arrives at the White House

  2. CR says:

    Volunteer for the USO

    The United Service Organizations Inc. (USO Show) is a nonprofit organization that provides programs, services and live entertainment to United States troops and their families. Since 1941, it has worked in partnership with the Department of Defense (DOD), relying heavily on private contributions and on funds, goods, and services from various corporate and individual donors. Although congressionally chartered, it is not a government agency. The USO operates 160 centers worldwide.

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USO

    BECOME A VOLUNTEER

    There are countless ways volunteers support the USO, but they all share an abiding dedication to our troops and their families. Whether it’s helping out at a special event, cheering troops at homecoming, manning a front desk or providing a listening ear, our volunteers are the reason troops know they can count on the USO.

    Interested in becoming a USO volunteer? Read over our Volunteer FAQs, to get the answers commonly-asked questions, or simply visit usovolunteer.org to submit a volunteer interest form.

    For those who aren’t able to volunteer their time, remember there are many other ways to get involved and support the USO. Please click here to learn more about other options, including making a monetary contribution, sending an eGift, using our easy fundraising toolkits, joining Team USO, and more.

    Learn more: http://www.uso.org/ways-to-volunteer.aspx

    • CR says:

      2013 USO Gala Service Member Honorees

      Volunteer of the Year
      Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson
      USO Camp Hansen and USO Camp Schwab Okinawa, Japan

      USO Soldier of the Year
      Sgt. Craig D. Warfle
      2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
      Fort Lewis, Wash.

      USO Marine of the Year
      Sgt. Andrew C. Seif
      2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion
      Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Camp Lejeune, N.C.

      USO Sailor of the Year
      Petty Officer 1st Class Andrew C. Munden
      Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Three Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
      San Diego, Calif.

      USO Airman of the Year
      Staff Sgt. Christopher D. Broyles
      140th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight
      Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado

      USO Coast Guardsman of the Year
      Petty Officer 3rd Class Samuel A. Peikert
      Tactical Law Enforcement Team South
      Opa Locka, Florida

      USO National Guardsman of the Year
      Staff Sgt. Christopher D. Petersen
      103rd Rescue Squadron, New York Air National Guard
      Westhampton Beach, New York

      For more: http://blog.uso.org/2013/10/24/and-the-2013-uso-gala-service-member-honorees-are/

  3. CR says:

    On Friday, October 25th, President Obama will travel to New York to visit Pathways and Technology Early College High School — otherwise known as P-Tech — in Brooklyn, where he will discuss the importance of ensuring that the next generation of middle-class American workers and entrepreneurs has the skills they need to compete and win in a global economy.

    In his State of the Union address earlier this year, the President said, “Now at schools like P-Tech in Brooklyn, collaboration between New York public schools and City University of New York and IBM, students will graduate with a high school diploma and an associate’s degree in computers or engineering. We need to give every American student opportunities like this.”

    Further details about the President’s visit to P-Tech will be made in the coming days. Later that evening, the President will deliver remarks at a DCCC event and attend a DNC event before returning to the White House that evening.

  4. CR says:

    US Carbon Dioxide Emissions Drop 3.8 Percent

    October 22, 2013 10:15 AM By By Andrea Thompson, Planet Earth

    A mild winter, new car efficiency standards and the continued switch from power plants run by coal to those fueled by natural gas, a cleaner-burning fuel, were behind a 3.8-percent drop in U.S. carbon dioxide emissions in 2012, announced by the U.S. Energy Information Administration Monday (Oct. 21).

    The drop was the second largest since 1990, beat out by the drop of 7.1 percent in 2009, which was attributed in large part to the recession that hit the country that year. Emissions have dropped for five out of the last seven years, the EIA said, and current emissions are down 12 percent from a peak in 2007.

    In raw numbers, the country released 5,290 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2012, down from 5,498 million metric tons released in 2011, according to EIA numbers. The decline came despite a rising population and an increase in gross domestic product, which generally equates to more consumption.

    “This latest drop in energy-related carbon emissions is reason for cautious optimism that we’re already starting to move in the right direction,” Michael Mann, a Penn State climate scientist, told the Associated Press. “But this alone will not lead us toward the dramatic carbon reductions necessary to avoid dangerous climate change.”

    For more: http://news.yahoo.com/us-carbon-dioxide-emissions-drop-3-8-percent-141555854.html;_ylt=AwrSyCVarGlSpDYAabfQtDMD

    • CR says:

      Eight U.S. states band together to promote clean cars

      10/24/13 By Rory Carroll – Reuters

      (Reuters) – The governors of California, New York and six other states have agreed to put 3.3 million zero-emission vehicles on the road within 12 years, which they said will help the environment and boost the economy.

      The states will start by harmonizing building codes to make it easier to construct electric car charging stations and will consider financial incentives to promote zero-emission vehicles, according to the agreement, which was announced on Thursday in Sacramento.

      They’ll also consider giving favorable electricity rates for home charging systems, purchase clean cars for government fleets, and develop common standards for roadway signs and charging networks, according to the agreement.

      Zero-emission vehicles include battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles.

      There are currently about 165,000 of those vehicles on U.S. roadways, with about 50,000 of those vehicles located in California, which requires automakers to produce a certain percentage of zero-emission vehicles as part of their overall fleet or buy credits from manufacturers who have produced more.

      The governors said ramping up the number of clean cars will provide a major foothold in the battle to reduce heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions from entering the atmosphere.

      The rise of electric vehicles will also save drivers on fuel costs over time, they said. Electricity is the most widely available source of power and typically costs about two-thirds less than gasoline on a per-mile basis. By 2025, the average zero-emission vehicle driver will save nearly $6,000 in fueling costs over the life of the car, they said.

      For more: http://news.yahoo.com/eight-u-states-band-together-promote-clean-cars-150111864.html

  5. CR says:

    10:00 AM ET
    Vice President Biden meets with Italian Senate President Pietro Grasso

    • CR says:

      October 25, 2013

      Readout of Vice President Biden’s Meeting with Italian Senate President Pietro Grasso

      Vice President Biden met this morning with the Senator Pietro Grasso, President of the Italian Senate. The two leaders discussed their shared commitments to countering terrorism and organized crime, strengthening regional security from North Africa to Afghanistan, and creating new jobs and economic growth on both side of the Atlantic, including through the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. The Vice President affirmed that the U.S. partnership with Italy is one of the strongest links between the United States and Europe and praised Senator Grasso for his vision in helping prioritize and advance those legislative reforms that would put Italy on a path of growth and stability. The Vice President and Senator Grasso also discussed recent reports of alleged U.S. intelligence activities. The Vice President made clear that the Administration is reviewing the way that we gather intelligence to ensure that we properly balance protecting the security concerns of our citizens and allies with the privacy concerns that all people share.

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    U.S. Durable Goods Orders Increase on Aircraft Demand

    Oct 25, 2013 5:37 AM PT By Jeanna Smialek – bloomberg

    Orders (DGNOXTCH) for U.S. durable goods rose in September by the most in three months as stronger demand for commercial and military aircraft outweighed a drop in business equipment.

    Bookings for goods meant to last at least three years increased 3.7 percent after a revised 0.2 percent gain in August, the Commerce Department said today in Washington. The median forecast of 67 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for a 2.3 percent advance. A gauge of demand for capital equipment slumped 1.1 percent, a sign companies pulled back ahead of the partial federal government shutdown.

    “Investment spending has been really soft this year,” Joshua Dennerlein, an economist at Bank of America Corp. in New York, said before the report. “You’d expect to see rip-roaring investment because the groundwork is there, but you keep getting these uncertainty shocks, these policy shocks. People are going to hold off on investment because they’re not really sure.”

    For more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-25/orders-for-u-s-durable-goods-increase-on-aircraft-demand.html

  7. CR says:

    1:45 PM ET
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr Jill Biden greet the USO Volunteer of the Year, The Spirit of the USO Award honoree, and 6 USO service honorees and their families.

  8. CR says:

    2:15 PM ET
    First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks at the DNC Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) National Issues Conference.

    • CR says:

      October 25, 2013

      Remarks by the First Lady to the Women’s Leadership Forum Conference

      Grand Hyatt Hotel
      Washington, D.C.

      2:14 P.M. EDT

      MRS. OBAMA: Well, this looks like a mighty fine group. (Applause.) Good afternoon! Yay! Oh, thank you so much. It’s wonderful to see you all. Please, rest yourselves. You’ve got a pretty good conference, I hear, a good lineup of speakers. I heard the President was here last night, because he was late for dinner, or something like that. (Laughter.) But it is so good to be here. It’s a pleasure and a joy to be here with so many fabulous women leaders from all across this country. And you guys look good for having been conferenced for a few days. (Laughter.)

      And speaking of fabulous women leaders, I want to start by thanking our DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. (Applause.) I know that we are so grateful for her outstanding leadership. I know she’s not here, but she has been amazing, and we are so grateful.

      And of course, I want to thank all of you. I want to thank you for everything that you have done for Barack and for so many other leaders who share our values. Thank you for being there for them year after year, for election after election.

      And I know it hasn’t always been easy. I know there have been plenty of ups and downs over the years. But if you have ever wondered whether your support makes a difference, if you’ve ever doubted for one minute that what you do and who we elect to serve in this government matters, then just think about what happened these past few weeks and that should put those doubts to rest.

      And I’m not just talking about the shutdown. I am talking about the millions of Americans who will soon have quality, affordable health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act. (Applause.)

      And I think it’s important for us to all remember who exactly is benefitting from this new law. They are folks who come from all across the country, who come from all different backgrounds and walks of life. They’re the spouses of our veterans –- folks who are working around the clock caring for their loved ones wounded in war, yet who don’t have insurance themselves.

      They’re young people who’ve aged out of their parents’ plan and can’t afford insurance on their own — we may have a few of those in the room. Amen. (Laughter and applause.) They’re folks with preexisting conditions –- women who had breast cancer years ago, folks who had asthma as a kid, people who’ve been turned away from insurance again and again. The single mother who lost her job. The couple who are both working jobs that don’t provide insurance. The folks who are paying too much for their current plan and just need a better deal.

      So many of these people have been living from emergency to emergency. They’ve been ignoring their symptoms and just praying that nothing goes wrong. And now, finally, because of all of you, because you helped elect Barack Obama President, these people finally have some hope — because of you. (Applause.)

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/10/25/remarks-first-lady-womens-leadership-forum-conference

  9. CR says:

    3:45 PM ET
    President Obama speaks on the next generation of middle class American workers and entrepreneurs
    Pathways in Technology Early College High School
    Brooklyn, NY

    WhiteHouse.gov http://www.whitehouse.gov/live

    CSPAN http://www.c-span.org/Events/Pres-Obama-Remarks-on-Technology-Skills-in-NYC/10737442305/

    • CR says:

      October 25, 2013

      Remarks by the President on Investing in America’s Future

      Pathways in Technology Early College High School
      Brooklyn, New York

      3:55 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Brooklyn! (Applause.) How you doing?

      AUDIENCE: Good!

      THE PRESIDENT: It is good to be back in Brooklyn. Good to be in New York City. And it is good to see some friends who stick up for students and teachers and education every day. We’ve got your Governor — Andrew Cuomo is in the house. Give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) We’ve got your Senator, Chuck Schumer. (Applause.) Outstanding Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. (Applause.) We’ve got — your outstanding congressional delegation is here. Give them a big round of applause. (Applause.) We’ve got your public advocate and my friend — Bill DeBlasio is here. (Applause.) We’ve got the outstanding leader of one of America’s iconic companies, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty. (Applause.) And I want to give a special shout-out to a man who’s been an extraordinary mayor for this city; he’s been a leader throughout the country for the past 12 years — Mr. Michael Bloomberg is here. (Applause.)

      And I want to thank your principal here at P-TECH, Rashid Davis, who I am pretty confident is the coolest-looking principal in America. (Laughter and applause.) I mean, there just are not that many principals with dreadlocks and yellow kicks. (Applause.) There aren’t that many of them. I mean, there may be some, but there aren’t that many. (Laughter.)

      And I had a wonderful time visiting with one of your teachers, Ms. Seifullah — Seifullah? Ms. Seifullah. She was outstanding. She welcomed me into her classroom. She showed me around. I want to thank all of you for letting me spend some time here. In return, you got out of class a little early on Friday, which I know always gets a little applause — although, in this school maybe not, because you guys are enjoying learning so much. That’s worth applauding — that you’re enjoying learning so much. (Applause.)

      Now, part of the reason I’m glad to be here is because I used to live in Brooklyn, and I actually landed Marine One in Prospect Park — I used to live across the street from Prospect Park. (Applause.) But mainly I’m here because I wanted to come here ever since I talked about you in my State of the Union address this year — because what’s going on here at P-TECH is outstanding, and I’m excited to see it for myself.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/10/25/remarks-president-investing-americas-future

  10. CR says:

    6:45 PM ET
    Vice President Biden and Dr Jill Biden deliver remarks at the Annual Issues Conference of the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum
    Newseum, Washingon DC

  11. CR says:

    7:00 PM ET
    President Obama attends a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee event
    Manhattan, NY

    • CR says:

      October 25, 2013

      Remarks by the President at a DCCC Event

      Private Residence
      New York, New York

      6:38 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Good to see you. Thank you, everybody, thank you! (Applause.) Everybody, have a seat. Have a seat. Have a seat. It is wonderful to be here. Thank you so much to all of you, not just for what you’re doing now for the Democratic Party, but what so many of you have done in the past.

      There are a couple of people I want to acknowledge. Obviously, first of all, Denis and Karen, thank you so much for your incredible hospitality. (Applause.) To Ken and Kathryn, thank you so much for everything that you do as well. (Applause.) Our outstanding leader in the House of Representatives and inductee into the Women’s Hall of Fame — Nancy Pelosi. (Applause.) Steve Israel, for the thankless, but critical job that he has done — thank you. (Applause.) And then three outstanding members of the delegation — Nita Lowey, Tim Bishop and Paul Tonko — thank you guys for the great work that you guys do. (Applause.)

      I want to spend most of my time just answering questions and having a good conversation with you. But today I had this wonderful visit in the afternoon — some of you may have seen — I went over to P-Tech, a high school collaboration with not only the New York Public School System, but also with IBM and the city colleges and the CUNY system. And the concept is that we can get young people engaged in STEM education — science, technology, engineering, math — and create a pathway for them so that they enter in 9th grade and they can go through, effectively, grade 14, and by the time they finish, not only have they completed their high school degree, they’ve completed an associate’s degree. And IBM has basically designed the curriculum in such a way where these young people are at the front of the line in applying for jobs with IBM.

      And there are mentorship programs, and these young people — I had a chance to spend time in the classroom, and they were incredible. And they were doing projects and they were working on computers, and they had a peer teaching system. And I asked them if they could help me help Malia with some math homework because — (laughter) — I don’t know if some of you have experienced this where you get to the point where your children ask you for help and you suddenly realize you have no idea what’s going on. (Laughter.)

      And the enthusiasm and the sense of possibility that these young people expressed made you incredibly optimistic about the country. And that’s what we should be thinking about every single day. That’s what Washington should be about every single day. Because there are young people like that all across the country where, when you meet them, you’re optimistic. Regardless of the news, regardless of the blogs, when you see what’s happening on the ground, it reminds you of why this is the greatest country on Earth.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/10/25/remarks-president-dccc-event

  12. CR says:

    8:10 PM ET
    President Obama attends a Democratic National Committee event
    Manhattan, NY

  13. CR says:

    WH

    Saturday, October 25, 2013

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

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    Saudi women refuse to put brakes on driving ban protest

    October 25, 2013 6:15PM ET By Massoud Hayoun and Lisa De Bode – AlJazeeraAmerica

    Will government threats deter women from participating in campaign?

    A petition in support of a Saudi woman’s right to drive has attracted more than 16,500 names in advance of a weekend campaign in which female motorists are expected to defy the kingdom’s rulers and take to the roads. Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that prohibits women from operating a vehicle.

    An estimated 100 women have already broken the ban in the run-up to the action sponsored by the Oct. 26 Women’s Driving Campaign, activists say. Some have uploaded videos of themselves driving cars in cities across the kingdom. More are expected to join Saturday, but alleged threats by government officials compelled many activists to say the date is “symbolic” and opt for a continuous campaign instead.

    But Saudi women aren’t easily deterred.
    “I’m scared, of course I am. It’s not easy. But it’s not the fear that’s going to stop me,” said Madeha al-Ajroush, a veteran Saudi women’s rights activist who told Al Jazeera she drove around Riyadh on Oct. 10 and plans to head out again this weekend.

    On Thursday, Interior Ministry spokesman Gen. Mansour al-Turki warned that women drivers would be prosecuted. He told the AFP news agency, “It is known that women in Saudi are banned from driving and laws will be applied against violators and those who demonstrate in support (of this cause).”

    “The Kingdom’s laws prohibit activities disturbing the public peace and opening venues to sedition,” the ministry’s statement said.

    On Friday, the petition was removed from the Internet in what appeared to be the result of a deliberate hack of the website. “Drop the leadership of Saudi women,” read a message, which was changed throughout the day. But one member involved with the campaign told Al Jazeera that government officials ordered its server shut.

    For more: http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/10/25/saudi-women-rallyworldagainstdrivingban.html

  15. CR says:

    October 26, 2013

    Weekly Address: Enrolling in the Affordable Care Act Marketplace

    Remarks for President Barack Obama
    Weekly Address
    The White House
    October 26, 2013

    Hi, everybody. A few weeks ago, we launched an important new part of the Affordable Care Act.

    It’s called the Marketplace. And for Americans without health insurance, and Americans who buy insurance on their own because they can’t get it at work, it’s a very big deal.

    If you’re one of those people, the Affordable Care Act makes you part of a big group plan for the first time. The Marketplace is where you can apply and shop for affordable new health insurance choices. It gathers insurers under one system to compete for your business. And that choice and competition have actually helped bring prices down.

    Ultimately, the easiest way to buy insurance in this Marketplace will be a new website, HealthCare.gov. But as you may have heard, the site isn’t working the way it’s supposed to yet. That’s frustrating for all of us who have worked so hard to make sure everyone who needs it gets health care. And it’s especially frustrating for the Americans who’ve been trying to get covered. The site has been visited more than 20 million times so far. Nearly 700,000 people have applied for coverage already. That proves just how much demand there is for these new quality, affordable health care choices. And that’s why, in the coming weeks, we are going to get it working as smoothly as it’s supposed to. We’ve got people working overtime, 24/7, to boost capacity and address these problems, every single day.

    But even as we improve the website, remember that the website isn’t the only way to apply for coverage under these new plans. We’ve updated HealthCare.gov to offer more information about enrolling over the phone, by mail, or in person with a specially-trained navigator who can help answer your questions. Just call 1-800-318-2596 or visit LocalHelp.HealthCare.gov. Don’t worry – these plans will not sell out. We’re only a few weeks into a six-month open enrollment period, and everyone who wants insurance through the Marketplace will get it.

    For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/10/26/weekly-address-enrolling-affordable-care-act-marketplace

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