John Cena joins U.S. Troops at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington. The Superstars are given a safety briefing before handling the weapons. Big Show and Booker T learn about the weapons used by the U.S. Military. The Superstars listen to a tutorial during small arms training. Kaitlyn learns how to properly fire a weapon. The former Divas Champion checks out her skills. Cena leaves an autograph for the U.S. Troops who trained him. The 11th annual WWE Tribute to the Troops holiday celebration airs as a one-hour television special on Saturday, Dec. 28, at 8/7 CT on NBC. WWE Tribute to the Troops is considered the most patriotic show on television. In the grand tradition of Bob Hope, WWE has been entertaining American military personnel both overseas and in the U.S. for more than a decade. This year's Tribute to the Troops celebration at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will be the first time WWE has partnered with the United States Air Force for its annual holiday celebration. The Superstars and Divas check out the inside of a tank. Booker T gets puts on his serious face when exiting the tank. Members of the U.S. Military are thrilled to meet one of their favorite Divas, Aksana.