Our troops serve with great honor and unparalleled bravery. They ask for little in return – just to know America is behind them and supporting their efforts.
You can show your support by leaving a brief message of thanks to our brave servicemen and women at our Thanks From Everywhere map. Just a few words of support from you will make a real difference to our troops.
Thanks From Everywhere is a special way to let our troops know you’ve got their backs and you deeply appreciate their service.
When you add your message, we’ll post it to the interactive map. Your message of support – along with thousands of others – will be available for our troops to enjoy throughout the holidays.
From now until Thanksgiving, we hope to fill up the Thanks From Everywhere map with notes from every hometown across the country.
Hour by hour, the USO’s Thanks From Everywhere map is filling up with messages from all over America honoring the service and sacrifice of our brave servicemen and women.
I hope you’ll take a moment right now to participate in this show of support. - Sloan Gibson, President and CEO, USO
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