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Chuck Franzke knows the key to staying young is to keep his dancing shoes on. At 96-years-old this WWII veteran isn't showing any signs of slowing down. Must be those smooth dance moves.


Franzke has become a bit of an internet sensation by showing off his current dance moves just in time for his birthday. The tradition started three years ago when the organization The Stars and Stripes Honor Flight posted his first birthday dance video. The organization is responsible for flying vets to Washington D.C to.visit war memorials.

This year Franzke decided to switch things up by "flossing" after he saw a video on YouTube. He tells Inside Edition:

"I was doing the Floss.I saw it on the internet. I did the same dance twice before and decided to branch out a little bit. "Many years, I Jitterbugged in the 30s and 40s."


96-Year-Old WWII Veteran Performs Floss Dance on Birthday www.youtube.com


And here is last years boogie moves.

People love Chuck. He even has his own hashtag #GoChuck














We can only imagine what his dance moves were like back in the day.

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