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Police Release Synchronized Swimming


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#1 softeyes

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 10:04 AM

This really made my day!!! There's not always bad news published!  :grinner:

 

<snip>  After weeks of anticipation ahead of its August 26 block party, the Arlington County Police Department on Thursday, August 10 released its video of officers synchronized swimming to advertise the festivities.The video begins with officers looking at hundreds of bottles of water, wondering if it will be enough to quench the thirst of attendees. Then the video cuts to show five officers removing some of their bulkier equipment before diving into the pool — it was filmed at the Dorchester Towers apartments along Columbia Pike — to perform a synchronized swimming routine.



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#2 britechguy

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 10:25 AM

That's a police department not very far from where I once lived in NoVa.  Gotta give these guys credit for a great sense of humor as well as a lot of planning to pull this off!


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