2011 - AAB Webisode 10
2011 US Army All-American Bowl.
MOSS: Today's practice went great, and I feel confident that we'll do very good tomorrow. I don't have any last-minute concerns, it's just maybe one or two minor things. But other than that, it's gonna be great.
BUCHANAN: Tomorrow's the performance, today's the last day of practice. We did a full run-through before lunch. And we're going to do more as we come back from practice this afternoon, and later on tonight. I'm ready to clean it up and anxious to perform tomorrow.
MOSS: All the Army musicians and drill instructors just been pushing us real hard, like running back to our sets every time we get through, and standing at attention so we can get going quicker.
BUCHANAN: The Army musicians are definitely pushing us, along with our instructors. They have a much higher level of expectation than any of us our used to. They push us to our limit, and then push us some more.
MOSS: I'm very excited about putting on the uniform and performing in dress rehearsal.
BUCHANAN: We're gonna go, look pretty sharp. It'll be nice to see how everybody does in uniform, and do dress rehearsal.
PALMATIER: The over one million American soldiers serving in 80 countries around the world are so happy and so proud of the way you wear our colors. So how about, as we end this, that we give you an opportunity to sound off the way only an Army All-American marching band can. Got it? On three. One. Two. Three.
BUCHANAN: Putting on the uniforms, it was overwhelming. We're 125 kids representing millions of armed forces, soldiers, all over the world. So I'm very proud to wear the colors.
MOSS: "Army Strong" means to me, that you have to persevere, work hard, keep going, and you will achieve your goal.
BUCHANAN: I'm confident for tomorrow. The dress rehearsal tonight was great. We had a nice, long day of practice, everything came together, and I'm really excited for tomorrow.
Back To Top