Gordon Logan is an Air Pressure veteran and lifelong supporter of the United Solutions Firm.
On Feb. 17 at USO Fort Hood right here, that help was identified and honored.
Soldiers ingesting lunch at the USO watched as Col. Chad R. Foster, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood, presented an award featuring patches representing all the significant instructions at the “Great Place,” to the Killeen businessman.
“A ton of what you take pleasure in below, currently, and on a normal basis, is in significant element thanks to his efforts and his guidance of this excellent method,” Foster explained to the troops. “The USO is just one of the vital associates below on the installation to just take care of you and enable you have a much better working day in some cases. I know when you are out there — turning wrenches, pulling triggers, undertaking that challenging operate — it’s fantastic to arrive below and get away from it all.”
Logan, who owns Activity Clips, makes a own donation to the USO every year, as well as raises funds for scholarships for troops transitioning out of the military. By way of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Logan has assisted raised much more than $10 million in scholarship resources.
“We want to make confident the assistance customers here at Fort Hood are nicely taken treatment of,” Logan mentioned. “I’m just truly very pleased to be ready to assist the USO and say thank you to soldiers who sacrifice so substantially for us.”
Logan shared that in the course of his time in the Air Pressure, serving overseas in distinct elements of the earth, the USO was generally there to make him sense welcome, which is why he is these types of a large supporter of the corporation.
“The USO is generally a safe and sound put to go to chill out and truly feel like you’re connecting again to residence,” he added.
Isabel Hubbard, government director of USO Fort Hood–Central Location, claimed Logan is just one person who in no way suggests “no” when called on. She extra that she’s delighted the garrison was ready to thank Gordon in some tiny way.
“I’m quite appreciative of him,” she included. “It’s just remarkable what he does, and just recognizing it is for the service members. That says a lot.”
Also becoming a member of the ceremony ended up Randy Hardin, chairman of USO Fort Hood and retired Maj. Gen. Bob Halverson, who also serves on the USO Fort Hood board.
“Mr. Logan is a wonderful buddy of the USO and, therefore, a good buddy of Fort Hood and the U.S. Army,” Foster mentioned. “On behalf of Lt. Gen. (Pat) White, (III Corps and Fort Hood commanding common), all of Fort Hood, and all these terrific soldiers and spouse and children associates stationed listed here, thank you quite a lot.”