115 people from more than 50 countries are NOW U-S citizens ... and are PROUD to wave the stars and stripes... They took the oath of allegiance today during a naturalization ceremony at Ribault High. Channel 4's Crystal Moyer attended today's ceremony. She spoke with some of them about what it means to BECOME an American. 3 0-10 28-3542-4748-581:18- 1:2520:12:48 "I've always felt like an American because I came here at the age of 14, I've been living here for 55 years..." Montgomery Davis was born in Nevis - but America is all he knows. In fact - he served in the U-S Army for several years - even spending some time in Vietnam.Davis applied for citizenship back in 1967 - and admits he didn't complete the process. But he says last year he realized - it's about time.20:12:13 "It has been so many years that this has been pending and finally it has come through so I'm really happy about it ..." With his family by his side - Davis said the oath - received his certificate and made his citizenship official.20:13:57 "I'm happy for him seeing that he served this country and I think it's just the right thing to do." 20:17:37 "For some of the people here, the process has taken years. They have to live in America for at least 5 years - go through testing and federal background checks - before they can say the Oath of Allegiance and wave the American flag as a U.S. citizen." 115 people representing more than 50 countries from Afghanistan to Vietnam - took the oath Thursday.20:15:16 "You see everyone for different countries, that's amazing. America is loved." Zebrina was born in Trinidad, but waves the American flag - overjoyed. She says this has been one of the happiest days of her life. 20:15:45 "I know can serve the country, to do anything for america..." As for Davis - he says this citizenship gives him the right many of us take for granted - the right to vote.6:26:43 what im looking forward to is being able to let my voice be heard in the voting booth.... crystal moyer C4TLS.