The US Marine Corps Installations Pacific Command's Japanese language twitter account posted a video in August 2018 of Marines dancing to Da Pump's "USA," which has since gone viral.
The video shows several Marines replicating the dance moves to the chorus of the Japanese pop band's "USA," jumping on one foot and kicking out the other.
As of early Aug. 2018, the video has been watched 6.57 million times and has been retweeted nearly 148,000 times.
"We expected this video to be popular," Marine Corps social media manager Ike Hirayasuon told Stars and Stripes, but "we're overwhelmed with just how successful it's been."
The video was filmed over a few days at several installations on Okinawa, Stripes reported.
"Our hope is that this video allows viewers to see a different side of the U.S. Marines living on Okinawa," a Marine Corps spokesperson told The Japan Times, adding that it shows "the positive impact the people and culture of Japan have on Marines stationed in Okinawa" and that Marines have embraced Japan's culture.
Over the last few years, there have been at least a few high profile incidents in which US Marines have committed crimes that has raised tensions with locals.
In late January 2018, a Marine was arrested after punching an Okinawa hotel employee. In 2017, a Marine was arrested in connection with a fatal car crash, in which alcohol was apparently involved, that killed an Okinawa resident.
Watch the original Da Pump video below:
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