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US Air Force Band flash mobs museum goers with mini-Christmas concert.

It's the week of the Army-Navy Game. That didn't stop the Air Force from trying to steal some attention at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC recently. There, surrounded by the greatest collection of aircraft and spacecraft in the world, the Air Force Band held what is being called the military's first official flash mob. (Well, where else would you expect the USAF to flash mob?) The event occurred on Dec. 3, but USA Today posted it online today, so it counts for Army-Week.
120 Air Force musicians sneaked into the museum and performed a mini-Christmas concert to unsuspecting museum goers. The musical selections were Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," and "Joy to the World" from Handel's Messiah. (Take that, Christmas-hating secular progressives!)

Oh, and before I forget...GO ARMY! BEAT NAVY! 
(via USA Today)

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