Another summer Olympic games has come and gone, and there was no shortage of things to talk about.

From the opening ceremonies with the greased-up Tongan flag-bearer, to Michael Phelps' death stare, there were a lot of interesting moments in 2016's games.

But one of my favorite moments came Saturday, when American pole vaulter, Sam Kendricks, a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve, stopped mid-attempt to pay his respects to his country.

Hooah, Mr. Kenricks.