If you follow the Marine Corps and use the Internet, you’ve no doubt seen the epic video of Marines in Afghanistan lip-syncing the Britney Spears song, “Hold it Against Me.”
In April, Battle Rattle profiled the Marines behind the video. They were 19 performers in it, all members of Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 466 (Reinforced), of MCAS New River, N.C., or HMLA-169, an attack squadron out of Camp Pendleton, Calif.
The video exploded in popularity after Spears posted a link to it on her Twitter page. On Saturday, she posted the following with the photograph, taken at her concert Friday night:[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/#!/britneyspears/status/84xxxxxxxxxx08224″]
It’s no-brainer good publicity for Spears to do this. Still, you can’t tell me there weren’t at least a few Marines in the crowd above thrilled to be there.
POGs !!!!!!! Wish I had time like that to do such a retarded video.
Pingback: Battle Rattle - A Marine Corps Times Blog – Deployed 3/2 Marine asks: Mila Kunis, will you go the Marine Corps ball with me?
John-Haters gonna hate
Those POGS work work their asses off on deployment making sure you have air support and arnt getting all shot up.