Il veterano della seconda guerra mondiale canta l'inno nazionale prima della partita di baseball del Michigan in un video virale

John Pylman, 96, un WWII veteran, consegnato la sua interpretazione di “Lo stendardo a stelle” ad agosto. 5 prima che i West Michigan Whitecaps giocassero una partita casalinga a Comstock, Michigan.

UN video of his performance was posted on Facebook by the West Michigan Whitecaps and as of Saturday morning, the clip had been viewed more than 3.3 milioni di volte.

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When Pylman was finished singing, he saluted and the ballpark announcer said: “Thank you John and thank you for your service.

Commenters on the viral clip also thanked Pylman for his performance.

Probably the best version I have ever heard or will ever hear because it comes from his heart,” una persona ha scritto.

Someone else commented: “Awesome, sung by someone who understands the true meaning of our flag.

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Pylman, an Air Force veteran and former singer with Michigan’s Schubert Male Chorus in Grand Rapids, told MLive that his most recent performance was a way for him to honor the U.S.

“Per me, it means the United States of America, worth fighting for,” Pylman told MLive. “God’s blessed us with this wonderful country, let’s take care of it. It’s worth fighting for.

tuttavia, this wasn’t his first time performing the national anthem at a Whitecaps game.

Pylman told MLive that he has sung at eight home games for the Minor League team since auditioning several years ago.

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According to MLive, Pylman enlisted in the Air Force in 1943 and served in the Eighth Air Force in England as a navigator on the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress plane.

After he finished his military service, Pylman went on to study education and later became a principal.

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