Old Glory Relay Makes Moving Stops in Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and Virginia

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Old Glory Relay, presented by Window World, began its journey on September 11, 2021 in New York City. To date, the flag has traveled over 1,089 miles and is almost halfway to the final destination in Atlanta, Georgia.

Flight 93 Memorial 

Along the way, the Old Glory Relay flag paused for some moving moments, including a visit to the Flight 93 Memorial in Stoystown, Pennsylvania. 

Secretary McDonough Runs with the Flag 

The Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Denis McDonough, joined Eagle Nation in Washington D.C. to carry the flag from the Veterans Affairs Headquarters to the Capitol Building. “Running with Old Glory is an unrivaled privilege, but the purpose that Team RWB underscores is that our physical health connects ourselves to our mental health,” said Secretary McDonough. 

Wreath Laying at the Tomb of the Unknown SoldierOn September 30, Team RWB members, Window World Chairman and CEO Tammy Whitworth, and Amazon Military Managing Director for Global Military Affairs, Brig. Gen. (Ret.) John Quintas, honored service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice by laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. 

Partners Honor the Flag 

The Old Glory Relay is sponsored by Team RWB partners including Comcast NBCUniversal, who are committed to supporting our veterans in various ways. In addition to helping our nation’s veterans find lasting fulfillment through the relay, Comcast NBCUniversal replaces U.S. flags at no cost in Xfinity service areas through its Veteran’s Network Flag Replacement Program. 

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1,100 Miles

As the Old Glory Relay flag approaches 1,100-miles traveled, almost halfway through its journey, we are reminded of the strength of the American spirit.

Learn more and join the Old Glory Relay, either virtually or on the route, here: www.teamrwb.org/ogr.

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