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WATCH! 82nd Airborne soldiers go viral singing 'My Girl' at Fort Bragg

Photo: The 82nd Airborne Division Association

 A group of 82nd Airborne Division soldiers at Fort Bragg have gone viral after a video of them singing "My Girl" popped up on TikTok.

The video has more than 500,000 views as of July 13 and has more than 4.5 million views on Facebook.

Kara Hall who is a Parachute Rigger in the division captured the video and said when they are around she will ask them to sing different songs.

"When they are around I ask, sometimes they have time to sing for us sometimes they don’t you just have to catch enough of them together and ask, we are all down-to-earth people living our best lives, in the sky!" Hall said.

A group of soldiers are seen in the video bursting into song as they sit weighted down with military gear waiting to jump out of a helicopter.

“The 82nd ABN DIV Chorus made my day today on the drop zone when I requested an old classic!" Hall said on TikTok "What made it better is that they were in harness jumping from a UH-60 (helicopter).”

The 82nd Airborne Division Association said on Facebook, "Nothing like the All American Chorus to get you moving!!!!" You can see the TikTok or Facebook version of the video below!

This came from the official Facebook page of the 82nd Airborne Division Association.

The 82nd Airborne Division Association is for anyone who ever served in the 82nd Airborne Division, and anyone who is Airborne qualified and/or currently serving on active duty on jump status; or, has ever served in any of the uniformed services on either jump or glider status and was honorably discharged.

The Association was organized in England, prior to the Normandy invasion (1944).

We have members who have served with the 11th, 13th, 17th, 82nd, 101st Airborne Divisions; 187th, 503rd, 508th Airborne Regimental Combat Teams; 173rd Airborne Brigade (Separate) as well as troopers from Special Forces, Airborne Rangers, Marine Corps Recon, Navy SEALS, and Air Force Special Tactics personnel

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