US soldiers in Korea redeem themselves after posting “Millennials in the Army” video

Screenshot from video released by “The Alliance-Maide In Korea.”

The US-South Korean military amateur film production team responsible for making one of the most cringeworthy videos in recent memory has somewhat redeemed themselves, with a tribute to the alliance between the United States and South Korea.

The film group -known as “The Alliance-Maide In Korea,” or TAMIK- previously made headlines for a parody video involving Millennial Soldiers acting in a manner not befitting of military personnel.

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However, the new video (titled “OUR STORIES: Sergeant Major of the Army Response Video”), is much more palatable, addressing how the US military and Republic of Korea (ROK) military work together, as well as how their personnel come from different backgrounds.

The video was made in response to Sergeant Major of The Army Dan Dailey, who said that “When it comes to your military service, you all have unique stories to tell.”

“SMA said we should share our stories and experiences in the Army,” TAMIK wrote. “We hope you all enjoy.”

In the video, the stories of several US Army members are revealed, including an officer and a NCO. In their “stories,” they speak of how they rose through the ranks, embraced their individuality to help a team effort, and carry on a legacy.

As the video comes to a close, the final individual to testify is a Republic of Korea Army Soldier, recounting how his grandfather served with the ROK during the Vietnam War.

TAMIK actors are soldiers believed to be stationed at Camp Humphreys in South Korea.

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