Kiwi troops in Iraq performed a haka for Prime Minister John Key when he visited them at the Camp Taji military base earlier this month.
The 102 troops based at Camp Taji used the official New Zealand Army haka for Mr Key.
The haka was popular on the base, with hundreds of troops from other countries such as the United States and Australia turning out to watch.
It is official NZ Army policy that the soldiers in Iraq are not identified, meaning the haka has been filmed from behind, or troops have been blurred.
Watch the video to see the haka.