Watch the Navy salute Annapolis in 'Uptown Funk' parody

Viral "Uptown Funk" Mashup Combines 280 Movies
Viral "Uptown Funk" Mashup Combines 280 Movies

The Navy salutes its home base of Annapolis, Md., in a new parody of "Uptown Funk" called "Naptown Funk." The Naval Academy-affiliated group Annapolis Midshipmen changes the lyrics into a proud anthem of their services, and the video is a clean-pressed parody of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' Billboard Hot 100 smash.

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According to The Washington Post, the video was created by Midshipman 1st Class Rylan Tuohy, who was also behind other videos promoting his academy. Last year, Tuohy created a popular video -- with more than 250,000 views -- ahead of a Navy vs. Army game titled "We Give a Ship."

Check out the "Naptown Funk" cover below:

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