The Navy isn't the only group with dance moves

By Kelli Bender
January 31, 2014 08:00 AM

Swap leather jackets for military fatigues and “Greased Lightning” gets even better.

A group of Swedish marines based in Afghanistan decided to de-stress with a little choreographed dancing, covering Danny Zuko’s motor-revving hit.

This impressive parody isn’t just simple lip-syncing. There are costume changes, blowtorches, a bevy of vehicles and even a few push-ups. The only thing missing is those well-lacquered Thunderbird coifs, but somehow this ensemble makes buzz cuts work.

Directed by their fellow marine Boris Zelada, the group was inspired to put together the number after watching – you guessed it – 1978’s Grease.

It’s a hand-jiving, foot-tapping, hip-thrusting cover that should make John Travolta proud.

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