About this Location

The USO believes that support should never be stationary. USO Northwest’s Mobile USO Vans are like a USO Center on wheels! Our three Mobile USOs expand our service delivery by offering our military and their families the same best-in-class service and programs we provide at our stationary centers, but in the field during trainings, pier side for deployments and homecomings, and throughout military locations in our geographic service area. Whether it’s an aircraft carrier returning from the Persian Gulf, a Coast Guard icebreaker departing to the Arctic, or troops in Yakima in need of some barbecue, our Mobile USO will be there to offer our legendary USO hospitality.


USO Northwest has a new gathering space located at NAS Whidbey Island for volunteers, service members and others by request. If you would like to learn more about our new space on Whidbey Island or would like to utilize it for a gathering space, please contact USO Manager Dan Lochner.

To request the services of USO Mobile Events complete and submit the Event Request Form:

Mobile USO Request Form

NAS Whidbey Island Mobile USO Request Form

Naval Base Kitsap/ Bangor Mobile USO Request Form

Interested in Volunteering at the USO?

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the USO Northwest Mobile Events team. If you would like to help keep our Vans rolling across Washington and Oregon and say thank you to our military and their families, then become a USO volunteer!

Please fill out the Online Volunteer Application. After the initial screening process you may be asked to come in for an interview and orientation. We will then schedule you for training and get you acclimated to our amazing team.

Amenities at this Location

Food & Beverages
  • Beverages
  • Grills
  • Snacks
I appreciate all the USOs out there and I think they're a great way to show support to troops traveling on official business or even for leisure with their families. I hope they never go away, they are very useful and should be appreciated by everyone who takes it upon themselves to visit.
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