Thank you to all of our supporters who donated to receive the 2019 USO T-shirt! The Official Uniform of the Military Supporter will be worn by so many patriotic Americans this year!

From outdoor cookouts to full-on parades, here are a just a handful of the many places you can wear your 2019 USO T-shirt at and tangibly express your gratitude for our military members by showing off the Official Uniform of the Military Supporter:

1. Military Parades

If you attend a parade on Independence Day, show your support for the men and women who protect our freedom by wearing your USO T-shirt.

Photo credit USO Photo by Sandi Moynihan

Hotdogs and burgers.

2. Cookouts and Barbecues

No matter where the party is, you can let everyone know you’re proud to be a member of the Force Behind the Forces. If you’re doing the cooking, do your best to keep it clean!

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A baseball mitt.

3. Baseball or Softball Games

Whether it’s Little League, American Legion or the big leagues, wear your T-shirt to ballgame to show off your USO and military support.

4. Dog Parks

T-shirts aren’t just for people. Our furry friends can show their support, too.

Photo credit USO Photo by Sandi Moynihan

A beach in Hawaii.

5. Swimming Pools or Beaches

If your relaxing in the sand or by the pool on July 4, take your shirt with you. It could come in handy if you forget your sunscreen.

6. Fairs, Festivals and Carnivals

In between rounds of kettle corn, cotton candy and rides, don your t-shirt to let everyone know you stand behind our military and support the USO.

7. Concerts

If you want to stand out from the crowd of concertgoers, your limited-edition USO T-shirt will help you do just that. Sing along in style in the shirt selected by service members stationed around the world.

Photo credit USO Photo by Sandi Moynihan

Fireworks from the lawn of the White House.

8. Fireworks

What would July Fourth be without fireworks? Wear your shirt to celebrate our nation’s birthday and honor the men and women who serve and sacrifice for us.

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This story originally appeared on in 2017