I can see that your USB drive is NTFS formatted from your details. NTFS is not compatible with macOS. Thus, that's the reason that you cannot change permissions on an NTFS drive on your Mac.
You say that your NTFS-formatted HDD drive is read-write available on your Mac and you've changed another NTFS driver but still can't write to the NTFS-formatted USB. Can you tell me which NTFS for Mac you use? Some NTFS for Mac applications are not well-designed. They may contain a certain potential bug that makes your USB drive go into read-only mode on your Mac.
Moreover, did you format your USB drive to NTFS on a Windows PC? If yes, this may be the cause. Drives formatted in Windows sometimes cannot work properly on Mac. You can reformat your USB to exFAT on a Windows computer first. Then, connect it to your Mac to see if it can be written to. If you insist on using NTFS, you can use an advanced NTFS driver like iBoysoft NTFS for Mac to enable formatting the USB drive to NTFS again on your Mac. Then, the NTFS USB in read-only mode on a Mac issue can be fixed.