Air Force cadets shake their tail feathers to "Sexy and I Know It," by LMFAO

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In early November 2011, Colorado Springs Air Force Academy cadets jumped on the LMFAO-spirited Party Rock wagon for a tribute to the band's song, "Sexy and I Know It." In a lip-dub-style video honoring RedFoo and SkyBlu's comedic clip, the cadets face the Army soldiers in a dance-off full of wiggling, Bruce Lee claw-ing, planking and working out -- true to LMFAO style in the original. Watch -- and wiggle -- below.

Turns out this gem was made by some cadets in anticipation of the Air Force vs. Army game as a way to pump up Air Force Falcon school spirit. Unfortunately for ladies and men everywhere who have a thing for guys in (and out of) uniform, Air Force staff deemed the vid "too inappropriate to play for the cadet wing." Translation: The video is too sexy, and they know it. Air Force beat Army, by the way, 24-14. They must work out.

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