We Want Your Autograph: Photos and Video From the USO's Push to Break the Guinness World Record for Number of Signatures on a Flag
The USO officially kicked off it’s push to set a Guinness World Record for most signatures on a flag last week, and we’re off to a strong start.
You can be part of the world record push by signing digitally here or by going to a USO event that features a piece of the flag (look for events on your local USO’s Facebook page). And when you’re done signing, check back throughout the next month for images and videos (like the ones below) from USO flag signings around the world.
Troops, military families and supporters around the world are lining up to sign the flag:
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Meanwhile, USO multimedia journalist Sandi Moynihan took this InstaVid at USO Arlington during one of the many flag-signing kickoff events:
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