March 11

Watch Troops Sing ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads’ on Flight Home From 11-Month Deployment

A group of soldiers singing John Denver’s classic hit “Take Me Home, Country Roads” from deployment back to West Virginia has gone viral.

Watch the incredible moment below.

The video shows troops on a January flight home from deployment singing “Country Roads” by John Denver.

The video was posted on social media by Chandler McDaniel. He said that he and his fellow troops were coming home from an 11-month deployment in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan when they began singing the famous song.

For all the right reasons, this video has gone viral.
Soldiers? Check.
A classic country song? Check.
Oh, John Denver? Check.

Welcome home, boys!


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