Sunday, July 24, 2011

Coffee Cup Salute: Air Force Recruiting Service

Coffee Cup Salute: Air Force Recruiting Service

The US Air Force wants you to know there is a new recruiter in town. Staff Sgt. Shanna Tenny can talk to you about the Air Force at the new office at 1800 Post Rd. Warwick. Call 401-244-2056




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  1. I have a friend that served in the military and she told me about a website that offers special discounts for military families. What I found surprising was that it not only offers discounts through national companies, they had local restaurants and merchants that offered great deals, some were owned by vets. They also had news, some hilarious jokes, information for people interested in joining the military and so much more! Has anyone else seen this sight and have you gone to some of the businesses listed. Please let me know. The website is: mymilitarypages.com

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  2. Hello,
    I found your post link in Google.com, and so nice blog. I have bookmarked it in my bookmarking list. now I am waiting for your next post.

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  3. I'm looking forward for more posts that is like this. Short but the video explains everything. That will be a great help for those who wants to join the Air force indeed! No wonder why this post should be bookmarked!

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  5. One thing you get when you join the Air Force as a pilot is a great pair of aviator sunglasses made in the USA by Randolph Engineering.

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