6 military cadences you will never forget
Men and women serving in the military have spent hours stomping around the base in well-constructed running formations yelling a repetitive song at the top of their lungs.
Military cadences, or close-order drill, date back hundreds of years as a signal to keep troops covered and aligned as they march forward in the battlefield. Now it’s primarily used to keep service members in step — landing their feet at the same time — causing a prideful beat.
Regardless, military cadences stain our memories like a top 40 hit on the radio. Once you hear it, let the rhythm teleport you to the good old days.
1. “Fired Up”
2. “You Can’t Break My Body Down”
3. “Mama, Mama Can’t You See?”
4. “I Used To Sit at Home All Day”
5. “I Heard That in the Navy”
6. “My Grandma!”
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