Sergeant Swag: Marine Break Dances Like A Boss At The Marine Corps Ball (Video)

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Do they give medals out for dance moves that kill?

In celebration of Veterans Day, here’s a tribute to a marine with some serious swag. This man has got the moves and has given a new reputation to the Marine Corps Ball. We thank him for his service, but this guy should seriously think about making a profession of his talents. He at least deserves a new name…Sergeant Swag?

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