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US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan L. Langerud, 92nd Medical Support Squadron (MSS), Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington, performs "Coming To America" at the "Tops In Blue" concert, at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany

From the left, US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Max Hernandez, Jr., Captain (CAPT) Susan Neidlinger, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Angie Long, and MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan Langerud, perform the opening number "American, I Still Can Hear Your Song" during a "Tops In Blue" concert at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany

US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan L. Langerud, a vocalist with the USAF "Tops in Blue" performs a "Blues Brothers" classic during a show entitled "Spirit of America" which highlights the ethnic diversity and contributions made by Americans at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany

US Air Force (USAF) Tops In Blue Vocalists, Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Max Hernandez (left), and MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan Langerud, perform their rendition of the Blues Brothers, on stage for USAF personnel deployed with the 438th Air Expeditionary Group (AEG), at an undisclosed location in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

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