21 Langford Lake Rd,
Fort Irwin, CA, 92310
Building shared with CYS. Across from Jack Rabbit Park
Hours of Operation

USO Bldg 21 Location: Monday – Friday 0800–1630

RUBA Location: Open During Regeneration 1100–1500
hours may vary

Upcoming Events

  1. Murder at the Ugly Christmas Sweater Party - Murder Mystery Event 

    Fort Irwin National Training Center, Center

    21 Langford Lake Rd, Fort Irwin, CA, 92310

    Join the USO on December 1st at 1730 for a murder mystery event & dinner!

    Dec 1st, 2023 5:30 PM PST (1730U)


About this Location

The USO at Fort Irwin, situated in Bldg 21, offers a variety of programs, including monthly Coffee Connections, single soldier events, Operation Birthday Cake, and more. Additionally, the USO operates a center at the Warrior Zone Annex in the RUBA, where we execute programs and provide support for deployed service members stationed in the sterile area of the RUBA.

OPERATION BIRTHDAY CAKE mentioned above, is a unique program that allows families to celebrate their service member’s birthday from afar. REQUIREMENTS: We request that the Requester live off-post at the time of the request and that the cake recipient be stationed in barracks or on post housing at Fort Irwin. This program is for service members only. Please make your request at least two weeks in advance to allow for USO coordination. TO REQUEST AN OPERATION BIRTHDAY CAKE AT FORT IRWIN, click HERE and a staff member will be in contact with you.

If you are looking for USO support for your event or unit, please complete our Inland Empire Support Request Form HERE and one of our team will contact you.

Amenities at this Location

Food & Beverages
  • Beverages
  • Snacks
  • Computers & Laptops
  • Desks & Work Areas
  • Printers
Multimedia & Gaming
  • Billiards
  • Board & Table Games
  • Nintendo Switch
  • TV & Cable
  • Xbox Series X
Rest & Relaxation
  • Air Conditioning
  • Children’s Play Area

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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