One of the 4 B-52 bombers from the 917th Reserve Wing at Barksdale Air force Base in Louisiana lands at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska Wednesday, June 9, 1999, to take part in the Cope Thunder exercise. The two-week airpower exercise, begins on Thursday. The 917th is the only Air Force Reserve B-52 squadron. (AP Photo/Al Grillo)

If you aren’t caught up in the latest online trends, there is a robotic voice floating around that says a word. We know it’s saying something, but people aren’t quite sure what.

Listen for yourself:

There are people trying to explain the phenomenon using technology and fancy words related to how we hear things, but there is one group that really puts it all into perspective for us. Naturally, it’s the fine men and women in the United States armed forces.

The United States Air Force, which is more known for its endeavors during times of war, is apparently staying up to date on the latest Internet memes, and they have weighed in on the debate.

And I think that’s the most important lesson here, really.