Air Force police make their own Hip hop video the same week as the Army

The US Air Force has joined the trend of making rap videos to draw in new recruits, this time highlighting the USAF Security Forces.

Titled “Get In Step” and performed by Tech. Sgt. Torrey Kilpatrick and Tech. Sgt. Darrin Tullis of F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming, the music video features tactical vehicles, K-9s and other things that “SF” members might use during their daily duties.

Lasting for three minutes and thirty seconds, “Get In Step” highlights the work of base defenders, all while discussing the benefits of joining the US Air Force.

Featuring a diverse cast and many different aspects of SF life, “Get In Step” appears to have been produced by “Yung Lando” with the blessing of the US Air Force, likely for recruiting purposes.

“Get In Step” was released last week online, around the time the US Army band released its own hip hop video.

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