USO Naval Base Guam hosted newly arrived sailors assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Group 1 (MESG1) during an INDOC event that introduced service members to the new USO center.
Sailors attended a briefing from Center Manager Ed Lebita and Field Programs Manager Amanda Schulze that detailed programs, services, and volunteer opportunities followed by a tour of the center. The group enjoyed the newly opened USO center’s amenities including snacks, refreshments, and high-speed internet connections during their visit.
MESG 1 is the maritime expeditionary security force of Navy Expeditionary Forces Command Pacific-Task Force 75. Task Force 75 is U.S. 7th Fleet’s primary expeditionary task force and has the maritime expeditionary security forces respond with urgency to reinforce blue-water lethality and contributes to the U.S. Navy’s ability to secure and protect the maritime environment.
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