October 30th, 2013 | Air Force | Posted by Oriana Pawlyk
As millions of people watched the Boston Red Sox win the World Series, it was members of the Air Force who provided some of the tunes during Game 6.
Four Air Force personnel from Langley Air Force Base, Va., sang “God Bless America” Oct. 30 during the seventh-inning stretch at Fenway Park in Boston, according to Kate Wiltrout at the Virginia-Pilot.
The vocalists were: Master Sgt. Jennifer Dashnaw, Tech. Sgt. Quez Vasquez, Tech. Sgt. Niko Ellison and Staff Sgt. Rachel Webber. They are members of the Air Force’s Heritage of America Band, according to a news release. The band has about 60 members.
View a video of their performance below:
Major League Baseball used the seventh-inning stretch to pay tribute to service members during this year’s World Series, with representatives from various branches singing “God Bless America.” Click here to view the performances.
Beautiful! Gorgeous job.