Grammy nominated country music artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, who comprise Montgomery Gentry, have recently completed their third USO tour, bringing their own unique brand of beats and humor to the troops and their families based in Korea and Japan.
Service men and women at Camp Casey, Camp Humphreys, Camp Bonafis, Camp Mujuk, Kadena Air Base and Camp Foster enjoyed two acoustic performances and four full band shows while the duo got to extend their gratitude to the service men and women by posing for photos, signing autographs and offering up countless hugs of support.
Check out more of the photos at USO.org.
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