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Casey Kasem-Army-Korea-1952-worked as a DJ/announcer on the Armed Forces Radio Korea Network. (DJ, radio personality, voice actor)

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“We have it within our power to start all over again” Ronald Reagan

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See the Rant from a Popular Sportscaster During an NFL Pre-Game Show That May Have Helped Get Football Back on for Our Troops

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Steampunk corset military army armed forces for costume/ cosplay/ fancy dress/ halloween. UK 8-10

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Rallypoint "Service members often equate being in the military with being in a family. If that’s so, RallyPoint is the largest family gathering online. A site that mixes the professional side of serving in the Armed Forces with the personal, RallyPoint lets users weigh in on discussions on everything from military policy to post-military life. It also connects to a variety of other networks to help you find your friends and contacts on its own Android and iOS app. And you don’t need to be an…

The Worldwide Network of US Military Bases - http://alternateviewpoint.net/2013/12/24/news/worldwide/the-worldwide-network-of-us-military-bases/

Read U.S. Armed Forces Nuclear, Biological And Chemical Survival Manual because experts agree that the next terrorist attack on our soil will not come in the same form as September 11.http://happypreppers.com/radiation.html

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DARPA tests buoy network for fallback military comms at sea

Paul Harvey Aurandt (September 4, 1918 – February 28, 2009), better known as Paul Harvey, was a conservative American radio broadcaster for the ABC Radio Networks. He broadcast News and Comment on weekday mornings and mid-days, and at noon on Saturdays, as well as his famous The Rest of the Story segments. From the 1950s through the 1990s, Harvey's programs reached as many as 24 million people a week. Paul Harvey News was carried on 1,200 radio stations, 400 Armed Forces Network stations and…

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The records of singers Rosemary and Betty Clooney, always a hit with members of the armed forces, are particular favorites of this Armed Forces network disk jockey. He's their brother, Pvt. Nick Clooney, of Maysville, Ky. Nick usually spins them on the late night show "Melody-go-Round", which originates in Frankfurt. But, he's pictured in action here during the AFN's "Platter Parade", special yearly show to win GI support for the March of Dimes campaign. January 17, 1956

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Broderick Crawford - During WWII Crawford enlisted in the US Army Air Corps. Assigned to the Armed Forces Network, he was sent to Britain in 1944 as a sergeant, he served as an announcer for the Glenn Miller American Band.

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January 17, 1956 NICK CLOONEY ARMED FORCES NETWORK "Platter Parade" DJ United Press photo | by CINCINNATI TV & RADIO HISTORY

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This Smart Gun Could Be the Colt .45 of the Future

The above Terminator-like weapon is Colt's latest, greatest invention. Developed with Defense Research and Development Canada, (our northern neighbors' version of DARPA) this is the smart gun Canada wants to fight the wars of the future. And it's hard to look at this insane level of firearm innovation and not think about the birth of the Colt .45.

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RCI - the largest timeshare vacation exchange network in the world. Timeshare exchange, community, ratings and reviews, and destinations.

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Hahaahaha!! David Bowie co-wrote this song with Iggy Pop, with Bowie composing the music on a ukulele. It was inspired by the opening to the American Forces Network News, which the pair listened to in Berlin. Iggy recalled to Q magazine April 2013: "Once a week the Armed Forces Network would play Starsky & Hutch and that was our little ritual. AFN would broadcast an ID when they came on the air, a representation of a radio tower, and it made a signal sound, 'beep-beep-beep…

Before he was Behind Enemy Lines, on the big screen, Gene Hackman spent time in the Marines as a field radio operator and as a DJ for the Armed Forces Network.

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Leigh Bellinger, 2nd from right, from Armed Forces Network Afghanistan, videotapes Capt. Pwoungnook Moon, from the Korean Engineers Group, as he explains how the ceiling of the Aroki Boys School collapsed during class hours in the Kapi Si District, Afghanistan, June 20, 2006

Military Moms United is a military support group of moms, sisters, step-moms, and grandmothers who have children- kin going in, who are in, or are veterans of the United States Armed Forces! @Army Wife Network, LLC

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