'Captain America: The First Avenger'
is about a boy from Brooklyn who goes to fight for the United States. So it only makes sense that military members would be out in full force for the first screenings of the film at Comic-Con.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, "dozens of Marines, grunts and airmen (and women)" came out to watch the movie. They were all greeted by a round of applause by the rest of the audience when they walked into the theater.

Those in attendance also got a surprise when the star of the film, Chris Evans, showed up.

Photos of the event are below.
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