On a mission to help the USO keep service members connected to family, home and country, Amazon teamed with the USO and treated service members and their guests to an advance screening of “Bosch,” Amazon’s longest-running original drama series.
The April 10 event, at Edwards Air Force Base, California, came complete with a visit by “Bosch” stars Titus Welliver and Amy Aquino, as well as Executive Producer Henrik Bastin. The group spent the day visiting with service members, learning about base operations and sharing insights into the making of the popular crime drama.
In addition to hosting a USO screening of “Bosch” and spending a day at Edwards, Amazon is helping the USO – the Force Behind the Forces – strengthen service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country.
Titus Welliver, left, Amy Aquino, center, and Henrik Bastin kicked off Season 3 of “Bosch” with a USO screening at Edwards Air Force Base in California on April 10.
“Bosch” star Amy Aquino participates in a Military Working Dog demonstration during a USO tour to Edwards Air Force Base in California on April 10.
“Bosch” Executive Producer Henrik Bastin participates in a Military Working Dog demonstration during a USO tour to Edwards Air Force Base in California on April 10.
Titus Welliver, Amy Aquino and Henrik Bastin kicked off Season 3 of “Bosch” with a USO screening at Edwards Air Force Base in California on April 10.
You can learn more about what it means to join the USO as a Force Behind the Forces by visiting USO.org/force or by sending a message of support at USO.org/messages.
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