Upcoming Events

  1. Let's Play-Virtual Game Night 

    Fort Irwin

    Bob Hope USO invites you to join us for a Lets Play virtual game hour. Hang out and relax with the Bob Hope USO team while playing a game! This week we will be playing Virtual BINGO. Play by yourself or play as a a team. All team members must be at …

    May 18th, 2021 5:00 PM PDT (1700T)

    Register
  2. Military Spouse Virtual AM Social Hour-String Art 

    Fort Irwin

    Bob Hope USO invites you to join us for a string art virtual social hour. Let’s chat while creating your own unique string art design.

    May 20th, 2021 10:00 AM PDT (1000T)

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  3. Military Spouse Virtual PM Social Hour-String Art 

    Fort Irwin

    Bob Hope USO invites you to join us for a string art virtual social hour. Let’s chat while creating your own unique string art design.

    May 20th, 2021 6:00 PM PDT (1800T)

    Register

About this Location

Built in 1940, Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC) is a major training area for the United States military and serves as the Army’s premier training center. Located in the Mojave Desert in northern San Bernardino County, California, the National Training Center is home to thousands of service members, families, and additional monthly rotational forces.

In early 2021, Bob Hope USO will open a center located in Building #21 for daily service to permanent troops and families including entertaining and meaningful activities for families, meetings and various programs like monthly Coffee Connections, single soldier events, the Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program and more. The Warrior Zone Annex in the RUBA will be an outreach location to execute programs for the deployed service members mustered in the sterile area of the RUBA.

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Amenities at this Location

Food & Beverages
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  • Snacks

Programs at this Location

The one thing I’ve learned volunteering at Bob Hope USO is never to make assumptions based on the lack of smile, you never know what they’ve been through, whether they’re coming in from a war zone, separated from their families for a long time … the first thing I do is ask how I can help.
George Hobdell, Bob Hope USO, LAX Volunteer Find out how to support USO

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