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06/18/2015 11:45 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

World War II Veterans Bust A Move To Iconic War Tune

After a visit to Washington, two World War II veterans couldn't help but dance to the old war tune "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" at the capital's Reagan National Airport.

A video was posted to YouTube, showing the Kentucky-bound veterans doing a jig and showing off their moves for the ladies to the delight of fellow passengers. The men were part of Honor Flight, a non-profit program that sends veterans to Washington so they can view the many war monuments built in their honor.

The two vets jumped up to their feet when the Ladies for Liberty, a singing troupe that performs vintage patriotic songs, started singing the "Boogie Woogie" tune, originally sung by The Andrews Sisters in 1941.

Despite their age, the vets were as energetic as they cut a rug and even danced with the ladies.

Just another reason to love our veterans.

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