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Feel Good Friday: Lip Sync Love – A Tribute to our Men and Women in Uniform

Ok, I have a lot of videos today, but I wanted to make sure everyone was covered. After a particularly hard first week on my elimination diet, I wanted to have a bit of fun. I started my research for this week’s feel good Friday post looking for lip sync videos after watching a funny video on Facebook. While looking for lip sync videos, I came across some fabulous lip sync videos made by our military, law enforcement and EMS crews. So, I decided to include one from each branch.

Watch only one…watch a few…or watch them all. What’s important is that you have fun and end your week on a high note.

This post is dedicated to ALL of our men and women in uniform, both overseas and at home, who work hard and risk their own lives, every day, to keep our country safe.




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Here we have: “Call Me Maybe” performed by US Army Infantry Soldiers in Kunar Province, Afghanistan. “



Here is a Navy and Marines medical corp performing a Gangnam Style Parody:


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I searched a while for a good lip sync video from the Air Force, and couldn’t find one. Apparently, they prefer to dance. 🙂 Here is one of several dance videos I found from the US Air Force. Here they dance with the song Cotton Eyed Joe playing in the background.



Here, members of the Coast Guard lip sync to the song “Daylight”. According to the description: “A little video I put together while on a deployment. No, it wasn’t due to too much spare time. I just have superb time management skills. 🙂 “


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Here we have Clay and Boo, the singing ambulance drivers, from Cabin Creek, WV, singing Ice Ice Baby.



Here is  ORTING VALLEY FIRE AND RESCUE,  from Orting, Washington with UPTON FUNK.


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Finally, I watched A LOT of Pharrell Williams “Happy” lip sync videos, but this one, from the ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT won hands down. ENJOY!

About Tamara Hoerner (616 Articles)
I am a student at Hawthorn University working toward a MS degree in Holistic Nutrition. For me, the name Purple Almond symbolizes “Good, nutritious, whole food bringing light and life to the body, awakening the inherent healing mechanisms within.”

4 Comments on Feel Good Friday: Lip Sync Love – A Tribute to our Men and Women in Uniform

  1. It’s nice to acknowledge and remember people that keep our country safe!

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