Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport USO Lounge

About this Location

The USO Lounge at Reagan plays host to service members flying into and out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, including a variety of special opportunities such as welcoming incoming Marine Corps Officer Candidates, Families of the Fallen, Snowball Express (an airport-wide holiday event for military kids), and other similar events.

Marine Corps Officer Candidates School - Supporting futures leaders, the USO at Reagan Airport serves as a Welcome Center for OCS candidates as they make their way to Quantico. Beyond the normal day to day support of our active duty, Reserve and National Guard members and their families the Reagan USO Lounge helps welcome these Officer School Candidates. Working in partnership MWAA, the USO providing a space for these potential Marine Corps Officers to pause before the greatest challenge they have been selected for begins.

USO Reagan provides healthy snacks or drinks, a place to charge their phones, and a space to collectively breathe before their journey continues to USMC Quantico. A dedicated team of USO Volunteers provide support, encouragement, guidance to these young men and women as they assemble at their home away from home at the USO at Reagan Airport.

Amenities at this Location

Food & Beverages
  • Beverages
  • Coffee & Tea
  • Snack Bar
  • Snacks
Connectivity
  • CAC Readers
  • Charging Stations
  • Computers & Laptops
  • Desks & Work Areas
  • Fax Machines
  • Phones
  • Printers
  • Wi-Fi
Multimedia & Gaming
  • DVD & Blu-ray Player
  • TV & Cable
Rest & Relaxation
  • Air Conditioning
  • Board & Table Games
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Playing Cards
  • Toiletries
Travel Services & Gifts
  • Hotel Reservations
  • Information Desk
  • Local Information
  • Lost & Found
  • Luggage Storage
  • Transportation Information
  • Travel Maps

Programs at this Location

My mother reminiscing about her love of USO dances during WWII; watching Bob Hope’s USO shows bring joy to so many during the Vietnam war; but in the end, there can be no better way to volunteer than when you can support and engage with service members and their families who are willing to sacrifice everything so that you can be free.
Marilyn, Five Year Volunteer at USO Warrior & Family Center at Fort Belvoir Find out how to support USO

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