Country music star and Army veteran Craig Morgan was honored Saturday with one of the force’s highest civilian awards.

Morgan, who is known for hits like "That's What I Love About Sunday" and "Redneck Yacht Club," served in the Army for nearly 20 years.

He was awarded the Army's Outstanding Civilian Service Medal and told Pete Hegseth on "Fox & Friends" that he never thought he'd get a civilian award.

"I was honored and proud to accept that medal on behalf of all the people that work tirelessly and effortlessly for our men and women serving," he said.

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Morgan said that he was a forward observer and fire support specialist during his time in the Army.

He recently finished his 10th USO tour, one reason why he received the award Saturday.

"It's a very humbling feeling," Morgan said. "When you're around those people that serve, they have a special gene in them, this sense of service. It's just such an honor to be around them and to share that.”

Watch the interview above.

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