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In all branches of the military, the terms, "Brother," and, "Sister" aren't tossed around lightly. No, they carry much more meaning. Brothers and sisters aren't only those that you fight for, but those that fight alongside you. And maybe that's why this tribute and, in particular this song ("Hey Brother" by Avicii) really hits home.
I love watching the members of our military having fun on their down time. These guys are having a blast performing the dance to the Sugar Hill Gang's hit song "Jump on It" and it is too funny.
"Folsom Prison Blues" and "A Boy Named Sue" can't hold a candle to this poem. In the video you're about to see, music legend Johnny Cash tells us a story we're not likely to forget -- he tells OUR story, detailing the difficult yet beautiful journey of the American flag.
Not only is the Christmas lights display you're about to see intricate and attractive, it also carries with it meaning. The display is a tribute to our fallen soldiers, pulsing to a unique remix of Lee Greenwood's "Proud to be an American". Prepare to be both amazed, and grateful for our freedoms.
You just arrived for basic training. Your drill instructor is screaming at you. MOVE, MOVE, MOVE! Within moments, you hate that voice. Fast forward weeks, months later, even years later, and that voice just may be what you think about before you go to sleep. Or it's that voice that continues to motivate you. And dang it, you're just never going to forget that voice. You don't hate it. You actually kind of miss it.