Carrie Underwood, right, and Brig. Gen. John Pray, president and CEO of Operation Homefront at a news coference announcing their partnership with Carnival Cruise Line to begin a new initiative to support U.S. military families. The effort between the three entities is to raise funds through a series of projects during Underwood's concert tour and aboard Carnival's ships as well as the company's website.
Carrie Underwood, right, and Brig. Gen. John Pray, president and CEO of Operation Homefront at a news coference announcing their partnership with Carnival Cruise Line to begin a new initiative to support U.S. military families. The effort between the three entities is to raise funds through a series of projects during Underwood's concert tour and aboard Carnival's ships as well as the company's website. Andy Newman Carnival Cruise Line
Carrie Underwood, right, and Brig. Gen. John Pray, president and CEO of Operation Homefront at a news coference announcing their partnership with Carnival Cruise Line to begin a new initiative to support U.S. military families. The effort between the three entities is to raise funds through a series of projects during Underwood's concert tour and aboard Carnival's ships as well as the company's website. Andy Newman Carnival Cruise Line

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