World War II veterans break into ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ dance at the airport

A World War II veteran got Washington’s Reagan National Airport rockin’ with his dance moves and it was all caught on video.

The man was part of a group waiting for a flight home from Honor Flights, which provides free air travel to veterans going to Washington to see war memorials built in their honor, the Daily Mail reported.

A group of three women known as the Three Ladies of Liberty began entertaining the vets with their rendition of The Anderson Sisters’ hit “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” when the man stood and provided entertainment of his own.

The vet was on fire, doing moves many men half his age couldn’t, and he was soon joined by another veteran who went straight for the three ladies and began dancing with them.

A great performance by two of the Greatest Generation.


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