“U.S. MILITARY ALL*STARS”
RED, WHITE & BLUE TOUR
HOW IT BEGAN
During a visit to the Naval Aviation Museum, President George H.W. Bush discussed the positive impact baseball had on morale during WWII. His comments initiated the development of military baseball in the modern era. Over two decades later, we are the only team in history to wear camouflage uniforms with historical references representing all branches of the military and first responders.
WHO WE ARE
Since 1990, Thousands of Armed Forces personnel have represented their service while paying their own expenses with a philosophy of HUSTLE, THINK, WIN! As the largest, fastest growing and most successful military barnstorming team ever created we deliver competitive, exciting “must see” patriotic entertainment enjoyed by millions, visiting 45 states and 12 countries.
WHAT WE DO
Established to compete in 35-60 games annually at all levels while providing direct support to individual Wounded Warriors, State Department, Department of Defense and Recruiting while conducting over 100-150 appearances. Featuring International Friendship Tours on behalf of Military Installations and Command Visits to benefit Veterans and youth charities.
WHY WE DO IT
The Historic “Red, White & Blue Tour” delivers unique patriotic events designed to honor America. We conduct a choreographed pre-game that includes “Passing the Flag” and “Walk of Honor” ceremonies to celebrate American History in defense of our freedom.
To promote the awareness of all American’s in support of the honorable sacrifices our armed forces make at the “tip of the spear”. The prominent yellow ribbon in the shape of an “S” located “front and center” in our distinctive “USA” logo symbolizes “Support” for our Troops and Veterans.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/mk_page_section][mk_page_section][vc_column][vc_column_text]
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