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U.S. Military Parody Gangnam Style

By Staff Writer | October 20, 2012 09:37 AM EDT

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Psy's Gangnam Style has spawned many parodies and it seems that even the U.S. military has joined the Gangnam Style craze.

From the U.S. Naval Academy to West Point to even military bases in Afghanistan, Gangnam Style has inspired many videos produced by the U.S military.

This parody produced by West Point contains the rally cry "Go Army, beat Navy", this parody has 1 million views trailing behind Navy versions.

The U.S. Army soldiers of the 210th Fires Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, who are based in South Korea, are seen dancing in their uniforms in the subway and doing the elevator dance.

Troops stationed in Afghanistan parodied Gangnam Style as well. The video shows the troops and civilians dancing to Gangnam Style inside a dog kennel while driving forklifts.

The 4th class cadets of CS37 made this parody for the Navy Weekend. The video is a shoutout to the 2012 Air Force Navy Game.

Tagged :  Psy, Gangnam Style

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