SF Fleet Week 2021

USO Northern California, a partner of San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW), will bring pop-up activations to over 1,500 Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen during the 20th annual Fleet Week event taking place October 3-11, 2021. Since 1981, SFFW has been held every year in October and includes SFFW’s air show, parade of ships, and a variety of community events that have become a significant and integral part of the city’s local culture and economy.

During this year’s SFFW celebration, USO Northern California will continue its support of military service members and their families with USO Pop-Up “Military Lounges” that will provide over 1,500 service members with free meals, refreshments, comfort items and activities. Each pop-up lounge will provide every service member with the opportunity to experience classic USO hospitality with a special touch of San Francisco gratitude from USO staff, volunteers and corporate partners.

Fleet Fest USO Pop-Up Lounge at Pier 30/32
October 6-10, 7am-6pm & October 11, 7am-1pm
USO will provide a pop-up lounge with refreshments and respite for an estimated 1,000 service members working Pier 30/32 activities including the ship tours.

HAV USO Pop-Up Lounge at Marina Green
October 7-10, 10am-5pm
USO will provide a pop-up lounge with refreshments and respite for 75 service members.

CrewFest Lunch at Pier 30
October 10 & 11, 10am-2pm
USO will provide lunch and refreshments for an estimated 1,000 service members.

SF Sector Coast Guard Pop-Up Lounge at Yerba Buena Island/Treasure Island
October 7, 8 & 10, 8:30am-11:30am
USO will provide coffee, refreshments and snacks to about 75 service members overseeing the bridges and waters during Fleet Week.

SFFW Iconic Photo
October 10, 5:30am-9:30am
USO will provide coffee, refreshments, breakfast and snacks to about 350 service members assembling to take the SFFW Iconic Photo.

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Visit FleetWeekSF.org for schedule of events. We hope to see you there!

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