USO of Georgia

Hundreds of soldiers, domestic and abroad, travel every day in service of their country.  Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, in conjunction with the Atlanta USO, provide a special greeting and welcome for our nation’s service men and women as they pass through.  Al Nelwan, HomeNurse Vice President, is there to lend his support.  “Having served gives me that special insight and appreciation for these men and women in harm’s way…supporting them in any form or fashion is extremely important”, commented Al Nelwan. 


Al Nelwan greets soldiers


About The USO

The United Services Organizations (USO) is the way Americans support their troops. A private, nonprofit organization since its founding in 1941, the USO provides morale, welfare and recreation services to military personnel and their families.

The USO is committed to improving the quality of life of service men and women and their families. Whether at a USO center where a soldier on rest and recuperation (R&R) gets a warm welcome home, or at a deployment site where USO Volunteers send our troops off with support, gratitude, and, of course, good old-fashion "Southern Hospitality."