The USO of Wisconsin, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization currently operating two centers in Wisconsin, serving military families throughout Wisconsin. The USO has had a continuous presence throughout Wisconsin since 1943 through the global parent company USO Inc. In 1984, we were incorporated as the USO of Wisconsin, Inc. and a Charter Center of the USO worldwide organization. In October of 2011, a center opened at General Mitchell International Airport. More than 10,000 military members, families, and veterans pass through this relaxing oasis away from the bussle of the airport. In November of 2011, a center was opened at Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) in Milwaukee. More than 9,000 new recruits and their families pass through this center where volunteers offer support and guidance. In 2015, a new center opened at Fort McCoy near Tomah, WI. It consists of a presence on each of the two Forward Operating Bases (FOB) to serve the 140,000 trainees that pass through the base. There is also a main center located on cantonment for the more permanent staff.