Drum-Off Between US Marines & Their S. Korean Counterparts Imparts ‘Patriotic Chills’

The Battle of the Drums pounds out a patriotic beat between the US Marines and their South Korean counterparts. Handsome Marines bring the heat and are in your face… they rock it! Military friends and allies laughing and dancing – it warms your very being and it brings a smile from deep within. It makes you a proud American once more. If only wars could be settled this way, we could focus on boogieing instead of bombing.

From The Blaze:

A new video published online shows the III Marine Expeditionary Force band engage in a drum battle with the Republic of Korea Army Band — and it’s almost certain to give you “patriotic chills.”

The footage, which has amassed more than 150,000 views after being uploaded last week, depicts the two forces duke it out with an impressive musical performance, which was officially later ruled as a tie.

The duel between the two forces has since enthralled the Internet.

“This is how wars should be fought,” one individual wrote.

“Marines bringing the heat!” echoed another.

We can hear America’s heart beat in rhythm with the drums. Our boys cut an international rug with friends across the globe – this is the heart and soul of our warriors. In the midst of good times with cherished allies, the Marines shine in their passion in all they do. In my opinion, they were by far the best here, yet in camaraderie, they declared it a tie (as it should be). Take a walk on the wild side with our beloved Marine Corps. – The Few, The Proud, The Marines – watch the festivities below. Semper fi!

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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