Starbucks Armed Forces Network, an internal veteran group, shared the following message about Starbucks commitment to hiring veterans and spouses.

Starbucks Armed Forces Network, an internal veteran group, shared the following message about Starbucks commitment to hiring veterans and spouses.

There's an epidemic of sexual violence in the military, the Pentagon wants to continue broadcasting Limbaugh’s sexist attitudes directly to our forces stationed across the globe.Send a message to the Pentagon that this is unacceptable. Click to email the Armed Forces Network and tell them to take Rush off the air now…

There's an epidemic of sexual violence in the military, the Pentagon wants to continue broadcasting Limbaugh’s sexist attitudes directly to our forces stationed across the globe.Send a message to the Pentagon that this is unacceptable. Click to email the Armed Forces Network and tell them to take Rush off the air now…

Peter E Berger was the son of film editor Fred W. Berger. He attended film school at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), served in the United States Army, and worked for the Armed Forces Korean Network in Seoul. He began his career in 1968 working on the television program, The Doris Day Show. His first credit was for the feature film Arnold (1973)

Peter E Berger was the son of film editor Fred W. Berger. He attended film school at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), served in the United States Army, and worked for the Armed Forces Korean Network in Seoul. He began his career in 1968 working on the television program, The Doris Day Show. His first credit was for the feature film Arnold (1973)

Starbucks Armed Forces Network, an internal veteran group, shared the following message about Starbucks commitment to hiring veterans and spouses.

Starbucks Armed Forces Network, an internal veteran group, shared the following message about Starbucks commitment to hiring veterans and spouses.

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

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

Dedicated armed forces' network in three states by March 2016 - The Economic Times

Dedicated armed forces' network in three states by March 2016

Dedicated armed forces' network in three states by March 2016 - The Economic Times

REDtalks Dr. Julianne Jett, PhD Neuroscience - My sister's talk for the American Red Cross and the Armed Forces Network

REDtalks Dr. Julianne Jett, PhD Neuroscience - My sister's talk for the American Red Cross and the Armed Forces Network

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

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

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

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

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

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

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