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New USO center on Fort Stewart
Multi-media theater, kitchen and other amenities for soldiers and families on post
Lt. Col. Fran Marks, commander, 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, plays Pac-Man in the Xfinity Game Room in the new USO center that opened Thursday on Fort Stewart. The 14,000 square-foot facility, behind the Popeyes on Gulick Avenue, features seven televisions, a projection screen, foosball, pool tables, an Xfinity game room, wireless Internet, computers available for use and donated refreshments for visitors.

The Armed Forces Family Foundation and United Services Organziation cut the ribbon Thursday on a new USO center on Fort Stewart, the first in Georgia on a military installation.
The USO Center Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield includes a theater, a kitchen, computers, gaming centers, family programs and more.
Located on Gulick Avenue, the USO center is open to soldiers and family members at no cost.
The AFFF donated more than $8,453 to outfit the theater section of the center, and the center includes a kids room, USO transition services and a snack bar as well.
The center is expected to benefit approximately 30,000 troops “and their families by enhancing overall morale and wellness of the surrounding military community,” a press release said.

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