A veterans' organization is working hard to make sure our men and women in uniform stationed overseas on Super Bowl Sunday can still have a little taste of Americana for the big game.

Mark Evans, a retired U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant, said his nonprofit group "Pizzas 4 Patriots" is air-dropping hundreds of pizzas on American military installations in the Middle East.

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Evans said he came up with the idea almost a decade ago, watching the latest news on the Iraq War, when his son asked if the servicemembers ate pizza on their base.

Through a contact, Evans was able to email former CENTCOM commander Gen. David Petraeus and ask if he could send pies to the troops.

Since then, he said, Pizzas 4 Patriots has shipped more than 1.35 million pizza pies to the troops so they can have a little taste of home.

Evans said that for Super Bowl Sunday, troops receiving the pizzas will be enjoying the Chicago deep dish variety.

What do you think? Watch Evans' interview with Kelly Wright above and let us know in the comments below.

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