Musical Tribute: Independence Day

Flag flying in front of Washington Memorial in Washington DC (Pixabay)

Flag flying in front of Washington Memorial in Washington DC (Pixabay)

The following is a compilation of music videos that pay tribute to the sacrifices made by the men and women of our military  and intelligence community including our nation’s veterans and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice of their life.

Through this list, we gratefully acknowledge the courage and dedication of the Unites States Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy as well of that of the National Guard and intelligence community.  We also acknowledge the pain and suffering of those who lost a loved one in the service of our country and in defense of her ideals and principles.

The songs are listed in alphabetical order by title.

America the Beautiful – Ray Charles (7:29)

America, Why I Love You – John Wayne (2:56)

American Soldier – Toby Keith (4:24)

Armed Services Medley – Army Band & Chorus (3:42)

Arlington – Trace Adkins (4:07)

Ballad of the Green Beret – SSgt Bary Sadler (3:09)

Battle Hymn of the Republic – Mormon Tabernacle Choir (5:14)

God Bless America – Kate Smith (5:21)

God Bless America – Celine Dion (4:24)

God Bless the USA – Lee Greenwood (3:04)

Going Home – Morris Robinson (5:42)

If I Don’t Make It Back – Tracy Lawrence (4:01)

If You’re Reading This – Tim McGraw (4:30)

I’m Already There – Lonestar (4:35)

In the Arms of an Angel – Sarah McLachlan (4:47)

In God We Still Trust – Diamond Rio (3:32)

Letters From Home – John Michael Montgomery (4:25)

One More Day – Diamond Rio (3:48)

Pledge of Allegiance – Red Skelton (4:20)

Ragged Old Flag – Johnny Cash (3:10)

Riding With Private Malone (4:25)

Some Gave All – Billy Ray Cyrus (4:20)

Song of the Patriot – Johnny Cash (3:17)

Taps – John Wayne (2:56)

Thank You, Soldier – Joe Brucato (3:51)

Where the Stars and Stripes and Eagles Fly – Aaron Tippin (3:46)

Please celebrate responsibly.

— GCF —


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