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US Patriot Tour Last Stop in Virginia at Joint Base Langley-Eustis

The US Patriot Bravery Tour will roll onto JB Langley-Eustis on May 31st, completing nine stops out of the 25 military bases they are visiting to honor former and current military members and their families.

Lexington, KY (May 2023)U.S. Patriot, a GALLS® company, and one of the largest military suppliers of uniforms, boots, and gear, will be visiting it’s ninth base on its 25 military base U.S. Patriot Bravery Tour. With a day of special events scheduled for May 31st on Joint Base Langley-Eustis, outside of Petersburg, Virginia, the US Patriot Tour honors former and current military members and their families.

The US Patriot Bravery Tour team will be at the Fort Eustis base exchange located at Bldg. 1386 Washington Blvd.  The event will feature food, drinks, promos, giveaways, and a chance to win the 2023 Jeep® Wrangler Willys 4×4 the U.S. Patriot team is traveling 6800 miles round-trip in. The event is open to all former and current military members and their families.

“The purpose of this tour is to meet our customers face-to-face, get to know our troops, and bring their voice directly into how we serve them better for their tactical gear needs.,” Mike Fadden, CEO of U.S. Patriot, said. “There is no better way to honor the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women who serve our country than to meet them in person, celebrate their stories and create a fun and memorable event they can enjoy with their families.”

The tour will be interactive, and the military service members will be encouraged to leave their unit’s memorabilia on the Jeep, making it one-of-its-kind by the end of the tour. At the conclusion of the tour, the Jeep will be given away through a sweepstake random drawing to one lucky winner. All active-duty military members, national guard members, reservists, military retirees, military veterans, and dependents of active-duty military members are eligible to enter the sweepstakes. No purchase is necessary.

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For more information on U.S. Patriot Bravery Tour, visit: www.uspatriot.com.

About U.S. Patriot:

For over 20 years, U.S. Patriot Tactical has been dedicated to serving American heroes at home and abroad. As the Nation’s largest military supplier, and now as part of the larger GALLS® family, we are committed to delivering the highest quality ApparelGear, and Footwear so you can focus on your mission. Whether you are a service member abroad, keeping us safe at home, or preparing to tackle life’s next adventure, the U.S. Patriot Team is prepared to deliver the service you deserve. With over 70 locations and lightning-fast international shipping through our online store, getting everything you need to ensure mission success has never been easier.

About Fort Eustis, Virginia:

Mulberry Island, named by English colonists in 1610, had been home to Native Americans, colonists, indentured servants, and enslaved Africans, and became the home for training troops in heavy artillery on March 19, 1918. It was renamed Camp Eustis after MG Abraham Eustis, from Petersburg, Virginia. In 1923 it was officially designated Fort Eustis, and became a permanent military installation. Over the years, Fort Eustis contained the Army’s only active armored car troop, infantry tanks, detachments of Signal, Chemical Warfare, and Quartermaster troops. During the Great Depression, the base was used as a prison farm and camp for homeless laborers under the Federal Relief Agency and Bureau of Prisons.

WWII saw Fort Eustis again evolve as it became a Coast Artillery Replacement Center, and an international training center for troops from the British Army’s Caribbean Regiment. During the Cold War, Fort Eustis was the home to the Transportation Corps and School. In December 1954, Felker Heliport became the DoD’s first helicopter airfield. In 2010, the Army Transportation School headquarters was moved to Fort Lee (Fort Gregg-Adams), and the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) headquarters replaced it. As a result of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC), Fort Eustis and Langley Air Force Base were consolidated under the Air Force and the 633rd Air Base Wing as Joint Base Langley-Eustis. Today, Fort Eustis continues to be an important part of our Country’s national defense and surrounding community.