Being part of the marine, army or navy is a privilege and a sacrifice that deserves high respect. They are the bravest, strongest and most noble people we can ever meet. We know them for fighting during war and protecting citizens from harm. We look at them as stiff individuals who only break the lines when being commanded by their seniors. We always see them in a synchronized fashion, which we think is unbelievably amazing.
Another evidence of their limitless talent is the traditional exhibition drills performed by what is dubbed as the “Marching Twenty-Four”. This group is composed of 24 members from the United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon who perform silent drill routines to show the values that their agency imbibes – discipline and professionalism. Although it was only meant to be a one-time performance back in 1948, the public kept on clamoring for more and hence, it has become a tradition.
Watch their amazing showcase of precision, organization and attention to detail with this clip performed with the Blue Angels:
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