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Apr 1, 2015

The first Singing Sergeants team, consisting of Senior Master Sgt. Linda Waring and Master Sgt. Emily Wellington and led by Master Sgt. Matthew Irish, teach the national anthem of Japan, "Kimigayo," to ten students at Garrison Elementary School in northwest Washington, D.C. The Singing Sergeants have teamed up with Washington Performing Arts (WPA) to teach local students about world cultures as part of WPA's Embassy Adoption program. (U.S. Air Force photo; released)

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