131st Bomb Wing at Lambert donates to U.S.O., issues challenge to Guard units in State.

Units from the 131st Bomb Wing Missouri Air National Guard at Lambert-Saint Louis collected over $1000.00 for the U.S.O. at Lambert International Airport. They presented U.S.O. personnel a monetary donation and many needed supplies for daily operations. The U.S.O. hosts on average 10-12,000 transient military members and dependents monthly at two locations in Lambert Airport. "The U.S.O provides support to all branches of service and depends entirely on donations and volunteers." said Master Sgt Jennifer Noll, 131st Communications Flight, "We at the 131st challenge all Guard units in our state to meet or exceed our donation efforts for this worthy cause. For information on donations and how to volunteer, go to" Pictured (l to r) Senior Master Sgt John Morrissey, 131st Civil Engineering Squadron, Master Sgt Jennifer Noll, Ms. Jennifer Zarzecki, USO of MO Exec Assistant, Ms. Marla Duda, Dir. Facilities & Volunteer Services, Ms. Tammy Caldwell, 131st Civil Engineering Squadron. (Photo by Master Sgt. Mary-Dale Amison)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Mary-Dale Amison
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