The United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon is made up of 24 individuals who - as their name suggests - perform silent exhibition drill routines. The routine is meant to be the perfect example of core Marine values, namely extreme discipline and the utmost professionalism. According to the Marines website, the platoon first performed back in 1948 and was intended to be a one-time performance. But because of the rave reviews, the platoon became a thing of tradition.

Below, the platoon, also known as the The Marching Twenty-Four, performs a routine in tandem with the Blue Angels. It's a stunning display of talent, organization, and precision. Check out the brief clip below and be sure to let us know what you thought. Also, if you enjoyed the video, please share it on Facebook!