The Army’s most recognizable song has been replaced with the lyrics of a new one.
The Army posted a video on Wednesday announcing the new tune, Army Singles: A Soldier’s Journey.
The video features a marching band, a marching captain, and an officer standing in the middle of the field with the new song.
The new song is set to the Army’s marching anthem, which is played over the top of the old one.
It’s unclear what’s going to happen next.
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It wasn’t the only change.
In 2015, the Army had to change the lyrics for its anthem after it came under fire for a song with a similar chorus.
The song was “The Glory and the Pride” and was written by a veteran who had served in the United States Marine Corps.
It featured a chorus of “I will never be forgotten” and a rendition of “All the Glory.”
It was originally sung by the Marine Corps Band, and has since been replaced by a different band.
The military doesn’t make songs.
The original Army song is the official song of the United State Marine Corps, and is now played at every Marine Corps base, according to the USMC website.
The USMC is the branch of the US Army that oversees the US military, and the song is played at the US Military Academy, which the Marines call the Camp Lejeune School of Infantry.
There’s a new song, but the lyrics are old.
“The glory and the pride” has been used for over 100 years, and “All Glory and All the Pride”‘s lyrics have been used by the US Marine Corps since 1954, according the US Marines website.
But the US has changed the lyrics to “All The Glory and The Pride” to “Gloria” and “The Pride and Glory,” according to a new Army statement.
It was a difficult decision.
The lyrics to the new Army song were originally written in 1944 by a member of the same band as the one that wrote the Army Singers song.
But in the 1960s, the songwriter of the original Army Singer band was killed in a plane crash.
The band that wrote “The Glorious Glory” decided to replace him with a member who had previously written the song.
This new version of “The Proud Glory” was chosen because of its “lack of musical similarity” to the original.
The group said that the original song was sung by “a single soldier, and not a single band member.”
The group also said that it wasn’t aware of the controversy surrounding the lyrics when it chose the song to replace the original, and that it would not have made the changes without consulting with its members.
The change in the lyrics is expected to help with recruitment, recruitment, and retention efforts.
The army has been using the new music for years.
The changes to the song will help the Army reach out to its active-duty members, according Army spokesperson Col. Joe DeMello.
The first version of the song was written in 2016.
In that year, the US Air Force replaced the Army song with “The Star Spangled Banner.”
The Air Force has also used the song since the 1980s.
It will cost more than $1,000 to change.
The Pentagon will pay for the new lyrics for the Army songs.
This is the first time the Army has paid for the change.
It is expected that other service branches will likely make similar payments as the Army takes its time with this change, according DeMato.
The cost of the new version, however, is expected not to be high.
“We are not making this change in an effort to save money,” DeMillo said.
“It is to make sure that this is a consistent and well-supported tradition and not something that is simply a gimmick.”
The updated song was made to honor veterans.
The line about the “glory and the glory” being a song of “one who has been through the most” is a reference to the famous line from the Vietnam War.
The previous version of Army Sing.
was made as a tribute to veterans, DeMella said.
There are some issues with the updated version.
In 2016, the Air Force said that “the words ‘all glory and all the glory’ were chosen for the song because of their similarity to the words ‘gloria,’ which are the military’s national anthem,” according the Air Forces Times.
“This is a new addition to the singing and playing of the Army Soldier’s Song, and we are still evaluating whether this new version reflects the original version,” the Air Corps said in 2016, according for the US News & Fox News.
“As with any song, we want the Army to sing the same song in different contexts and at different times to make it easier for