Holy Crap! They’re Just Standing in a Hangar…Singing

These guys’re GOOD.

“Sidewinder”, ladies and germs.

They’re part of the 571st Air Force Band, 131st Bomb Wing, Air National Guard and deployed as the U.S. Air Forces Central Command Band.

7 Responses to “Holy Crap! They’re Just Standing in a Hangar…Singing”

  1. Kate P says:

    Those were really enjoyable! Great voices and musicians, and I wasn’t expecting the violin–it was awesome!

  2. JeffS says:

    The video of the lady singing “Rolling in the Deep” went viral last week — good stuff!

  3. Skyler says:

    What’s the story with the belts? Are they wearing glow belts on stage or are these belts some sort of air force version of mcmap belts?

  4. tree hugging sister says:

    Air Force safety belts so you don’t get hit in the dark.

  5. JeffS says:

    Skyler, the zoomies are so concerned about safety that they issue reflective equipment in a combat zone. I can’t say about the exact rationalization in The ‘Stan, but in Kuwait, we were required to wear them any time we walked around at night.

  6. Ebola says:

    They’re AGE or some form of maintainers. From what I gather some idiot got hit by a loader a few years back so now all everyone on the flight line has to wear the fag tags. You can always identify flight line members by those damn things.

  7. Skyler says:

    Even on stage?

    The army has such rules too. The Marines require one only when running on the streets.

    I can certainly understand wearing them on the flightline. That’s a pretty hectic place and generally visibility is more important than concealment.

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