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Let Freedom Ring

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Shortly after the Wright Brothers proved the impossible possible with the first airplane in 1903, a new front in the Army was rushed in to development, one that would be instrumental in separating the U.S. from all other nations: the Air Force.

After acquiring a tiny, rudimentary plane on May 9, 1909, army pilots took to the sky for the first time. And while it would be three more years before the military poured significant money into aeronautics, it would take the outbreak of The Great War for an emphasis to be placed on overhead combat. The continued growth of the department finally reached its tipping point with the National Security Act of 1947, which officially established the Air Force as its own sector of the military, having previously been housed under the Army for land missions and Navy for missions at sea. Pay homage.

A portion of this item’s proceeds benefit Columbus, Ohio’s Military Veterans Resource Center, a nonprofit that provides veterans with resources necessary for success through life’s transitions.

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UNISEX STYLE

The Classic HOMAGE T-Shirt

CREWNECK TEE SHIRT

The all-day, all-purpose classic.

SLIMMER FIT

Stand out in a framing fit.

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Charcoal, Poly/Cotton/Rayon Blend

A 1-2-3 combo that creates the sharp look and super-soft, worn-in feel you love.

SOFT SCREENPRINT AT CHEST

Often imitated, never duplicated, designs inspired by history to stand the test of time.

MADE IN USA

Carrying on our nation’s legacy of high quality.

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Length
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Unisex T-Shirt

Please note that sizes are approximate. Chest is measured from armpit and the length from high point collar to bottom of the tee. Our super-soft tees have a more athletic fit, so if you have any doubts, we recommend choosing the next size up.

Sizes
Length
Chest
XS
25
16
S
26.5
17.5
M
28
19.5
L
30
21.5
XL
31.5
23.5
2XL
32.5
25.5
3XL
33.5
27.5

Let Freedom Ring

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Let Freedom Ring

$24

Shortly after the Wright Brothers proved the impossible possible with the first airplane in 1903, a new front in the Army was rushed in to development, one that would be instrumental in separating the U.S. from all other nations: the Air Force.

After acquiring a tiny, rudimentary plane on May 9, 1909, army pilots took to the sky for the first time. And while it would be three more years before the military poured significant money into aeronautics, it would take the outbreak of The Great War for an emphasis to be placed on overhead combat. The continued growth of the department finally reached its tipping point with the National Security Act of 1947, which officially established the Air Force as its own sector of the military, having previously been housed under the Army for land missions and Navy for missions at sea. Pay homage.

A portion of this item’s proceeds benefit Columbus, Ohio’s Military Veterans Resource Center, a nonprofit that provides veterans with resources necessary for success through life’s transitions.

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Let Freedom Ring

$24

Shortly after the Wright Brothers proved the impossible possible with the first airplane in 1903, a new front in the Army was rushed in to development, one that would be instrumental in separating the U.S. from all other nations: the Air Force.

After acquiring a tiny, rudimentary plane on May 9, 1909, army pilots took to the sky for the first time. And while it would be three more years before the military poured significant money into aeronautics, it would take the outbreak of The Great War for an emphasis to be placed on overhead combat. The continued growth of the department finally reached its tipping point with the National Security Act of 1947, which officially established the Air Force as its own sector of the military, having previously been housed under the Army for land missions and Navy for missions at sea. Pay homage.

A portion of this item’s proceeds benefit Columbus, Ohio’s Military Veterans Resource Center, a nonprofit that provides veterans with resources necessary for success through life’s transitions.

Read the Full Story

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