Some NFL players are kneeling in protest during the national anthem being played before the game, and then there’s this kind of anthem appreciation.
On Oct. 14 Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen led the West Point Black Knights football team to the field, riding in front of them on his motorcycle.
His entrance and the way he chooses to show national pride was welcomed across social media. The Army football team beat Eastern Michigan 28-27, so the players got their well-deserved share of praise too.
Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen has chosen to always lead his team in national pride and school spirit, and he is very appreciated for it, according to Independent Journal Review.
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