USAF Band WWII Holiday Flashback / Flashmob

The only surviving WWII vet that I know alive today is 95 years of age. His name is Harry and unfortunately he has recently been diagnosed with a terminal cancer. Very few of these veterans remain with us today. They truly remind us that good can and will overcome evil.

A few years ago the USAF band flash mobbed this fabulous holiday tribute to the heroes from that era commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of the war. I’ve posted it before and it’s worth another view. This year I dedicate it to Harry.

Harry thank you for being the inspiration you are to me and to many others. I’m blessed to have you in my life.

USAF Band – WWII Holiday Flashback – Live 2015

3 thoughts on “USAF Band WWII Holiday Flashback / Flashmob

  1. Fabulosa! Uplifting and well worth missing one’s train for. Best regards and much gratitude to ‘your’ inspirational Harry.

  2. Love that era-appropriate jazzy big band sound! Goddess bless your friend Harry. My dad was a WW2 vet too. He passed away 16 years ago, but would be 96 today if he were still with us.

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