Many of us have a preconceived notion that the only thing that our soldiers can do is to protect their countrymen. But in reality, there’s more to them. In fact, these soldiers can also entertain their countrymen. Just take a look at this viral Facebook video as a good example. (a)
(a) These dancing soldiers of the “78th Infantry Warrior Battalion” goes viral on Facebook for the right reason
The Facebook page of the “78th Infantry Warrior Battalion” recently shared a 5-minute long performance on social media. As seen on the entertaining footage, the soldiers have showcased their hidden dancing skills to their fellow countrymen.
Based on the viral Facebook video, these dancing soldiers were led by Lieutenant Colonel Danilo I Dupiag.
Additional information also said that they performed at the joint Civic Action Program of the 78th Infantry Battalion and the local government unit of Babatngon, Leyte which was led by Mayor Maria Fe Galapon Rondina.
The netizens, on the other hand, appreciated the great efforts of these dancing soldiers. They lauded their dancing skills and expressed gratitude towards them for protecting the country.
“Entertainer din pala. Peru keep safe always wherever you go and God Bless. I salute u all!”
“Oh, bless them! Give them slack to unwind, they deserve it infairness they have tough job. Good vibes, nakakatuwa din kahit papaano.”
“Great dance moves very entertaining to everyone. Always keep safe po in your journey and god bless soldiers of our country.”
“Mga sir! Ang galing niyo we salute all the soldiers who fought and still fighting for the peace and safety of all the individuals. Nakaka-proud ang talent niyo.”
“Serving the country to protect to your countrymen and at same time nkapagpapasaya sa kapwa. Napakaganda ng inyong layunin. You guys are a good influence to all the soldiers. You are all good dancers. Great dance moves and handsome guys. Kilig much! Keep it up and be safe always.”
Warrior Dancers of 78th Infantry Battalion under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Danilo I Dupiag, performs during the joint Civic Action Program of 78IB and LGU Babatngon, Leyte led by Mayor Maria Fe Galapon Rondina at Sitio KM 22, Brgy Guintigui-an, Babatngon, Leyte on February 7, 2018#WarriorFour
Posted by 78th Infantry "Warrior" Battalion on Wednesday, February 7, 2018