It only takes about 90 seconds for Janine Stange to sing the National Anthem. Just enough time to spread a message of patriotism.
She's been doing it all throughout high school and college, but now she's taking it to a whole new level. Her goal -- to sing in all 50 states.
"I always wanted to do something good that would show appreciation for those who embody the meaning of the National Anthem," said Stange.
She's performed at games across the nation, but is heading to Hawaii to sing on a different stage -- the USS Missouri.
"I'd say it's one of the most unique, yes. It's because I've never sung on a ship. Like I said, this is historic," said Stange.
She said the passion for her upcoming performance comes from a previous trip to Hawaii after visiting the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor.
"I was on that bridge where you could see that oil coming up and I remember I had tears in my eyes and they were dropping into the ocean," said Stange.
And this week, she hopes to share that same feeling with other leaving them with one simple message.
"To help build patriotism in a way which we are not looking at it in a political standpoint," said Stange. "We are looking at it from these are human beings who have hearts and families who have sacrificed so much because they love this country."
Stange will be singing this Friday on the USS Missouri. Her journey ends on Sept. 14 at the celebration at Fort McHenry in Baltimore -- the place where the anthem was written.