PORT ARTHUR, Texas — The Jazz Ambassadors, a section of the United States Army Field Band, stopped by for a performance in Port Arthur on Sunday.
The program, called "The Greatest Generation" serves as 'a tribute to the men and women of World War II.'
Audiences heard 'many of the classic Big Band Era songs while the story of the war is told through pictures and videos.'
According to the band's website, '"The Greatest Generation" focuses on the American sentiment, American resolve and American unity that defined this generation with narration that features letters written to and from servicemen and women during the war, as well as famous quotes from the likes of Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower.'
The performance was held at the Woodrow Wilson Early College High School Auditorium in Port Arthur at 3 p.m. Sunday.
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