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-- you came with the USO has been educating our troops.
And the sweet sounds of liberty bells have been putting smiles on their faces at bases all around the world.
To tell us about this a guy you've seen before on our show would you -- US -- liberty bells.
Of course interventional morning and this guy is frank Thorpe.
This good guys that VP of marketing communications with the US so welcome back frank Thorpe thanks frank that's right so this a big day Veteran's Day started -- -- state to salute those who fought in World War I but veterans -- today.
How important to what you do.
It's huge it's huge this country has it's the -- that we recognize.
Those men and women who have served and who serve today.
And the biggest thing about this -- we can never forget that service that our men and women do every day so we can do we're doing is telling about the liberty bells even though these young these young ladies have been around a very short time he's in the promising career.
But the group and the premise has been around forever that's right the history of this group is tremendous entertaining around the world in combat zones everywhere.
They sacrifice a lot of their -- time.
To -- give goodness -- the troops now why would you be holding Dunkin' Donuts coffee young man because coffee is a part of what we do with the troops and the way the US though.
Does what we do -- -- -- basis funds as entertainers and the and the USS centers around the world it's through personal donations and corporate donations.
What what Dunkin' Donuts -- agreed to do -- for every two pounds of coffee that people buying on this veterans day for the next couple days.
Dunkin' Donuts so that it will donate a pound of coffee.
To the USO wow that's fantastic good job Dunkin' Donuts now I want you to me.
-- he's in the middle Natalie Lofton right here to my immediate left and -- -- wide outside left is moments of van -- welcome to all the first off -- BTU.
How ugly how important -- the history of this group in joining this group.
It is huge actually my aunt wrote for Bob Hope as she is the only female writer on has had writing team but.
I'm serving our military has gone generations back in my family they've served since the American revelation and down.
I was particularly -- the SF -- a dear friend of mine was wounded in Iraq and we grew up together I don't.
So my history with him drew -- to into the US so would my whole heart and -- the opportunity to.
Give my talents to serve has been a huge -- that's silly Natalie every -- you've -- Coming places.
I just recently and did I at the parent is that he'd gone there recently endorsed and run -- -- critics.
Wow and -- preparedness and all -- -- -- and hopefully to rack.
And are trying to detect it -- and real quick Melissa how to how well these guys get a little.
I mean that's the -- -- have -- -- camera but what about all.
No he actually really it won't wear olive from a theater background so we have life is here.
This for a reason -- purpose of the US so -- actually there's more actually twelve Obama -- -- -- -- -- into the eyes.
And we -- different groups three sunny -- -- -- any given time.
And you and frankly -- -- -- blessed in the -- -- Dominican -- -- blessing absolutely you know that they audition for this and this is tough to do what these he's -- -- -- thanks so much need to be year old morning but the first for we -- -- seen a secular first things first doctors using a new procedure.
Prison in north Carolina's mom's body -- two days -- bring her back to life got the medical eighteen here to explain.
-- the most advanced warship and it's about to be -- in the name of one of our bravest soldiers were alive at that (%expletive) that'll be next.
And once again the US so liberty bells -- The military salute.
-- -- That's fun for the night and do -- donations might need -- need goes well and they.
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