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March 30, 1987 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-03-30

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It's not like sitting behind a desk.

Not when you're in the cockpit of one of our
most advanced jet fighters, the F-16.
Not when you're on the flight deck of one of
the world's largest transports.
Not when you've earned the silver wings of an
Air Force pilot and watched your future take off
with top benefits and opportunities to further your
education.
The training is demanding. But, as you can
see, the rewards are enormous for those who

make it through.
If you're under 27 and a college graduate with
the physical and mental stamina to become a pilot,
join the Air Force. You can make an important con-
tribution to your country.
Find out if you qualify. See your nearest Air
Force recruiter or call toll-free 1-800-423-USAF (in
California 1-800-232-USAF).
Aim High. Be an __ _
Air Force pilot. . - -. ma

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