WATCH: WWII Vets Started a Scene When They Did THIS Awaiting Their Honor Flight!


A pair of World War II veterans waiting for an honor flight – a service designed to escort vets to visit and pay homage to various war memorials in Washington D.C. – were caught in a lighthearted moment as they waited for their time to board.

A group of women known as the Three Ladies of Liberty began singing a 1940s tune known as “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”

Their performance, and perhaps the presence of young ladies in the room, helped energize these veterans.

That’s when this happened…

Via MyFoxDC:

A couple of World War II veterans showed they still know how to boogie when they broke out in dance at a Washington, D.C. airport.

The men were in D.C. as part of an Honor Flight – a service that provides free flights to veterans so that they can tour the war memorials in the nation’s capital.

The two vets, Marin Perryman and Paul Kopey, were being entertained by the Ladies of Liberty, a trio who were singing the iconic World War II tune ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.’

The crowds waiting at Reagan National Airport loved the energy the two showed.

The two men, both in their 90s, have been identified as Marin Perryman and Paul Kopey.

God bless these men for their service. And God love them for their infectious energy in enjoying the things in life they helped to protect.

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