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By Huny Badger AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

The Fort Worth Police Department have gone viral again with their “Star Wars”-themed recruitment video.

The Texas police department, created a recruitment video last year with Darth Vader, have created another hit.

In a video released by the department, the “Star Wars” villain makes his best attempt to convince the interviewer that he is the top choice for the position.

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However, attempting to use mind control to get the job might not have been Darth’s best idea.

The Fort Worth Police Department said the video was made as a recruiting tool. Check out the funny video below:

Now, the Sith Lord is back, trying to infiltrate one of his stormtroopers into the city police ranks, as the department’s latest spoof recruitment video shows.

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This year’s video features a police officer instructing a storm trooper in target practice. Darth Vadar also makes an appearance in the hilarious video.

The recruitment video has garnered 14 million and counting views since it was posted Friday.  Applicants must be 21 to 44 years old and a U.S. citizen at time of application.

The department is accepting applications until Dec. 12, ahead of civil service exams on Jan. 10-11.

Watch the video below.

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Cpl. Tracey Knight said in a phone interview that the video was aimed at filling some training academy classes in a way that could connect with the masses.

“We’re getting them anyway we can and we were trying to be funny,” Knight said.

Knight said the video has been watched by people from nearly all 50 states, so she considers the video a success.

(h/t FOX)

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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