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September 23, 1987 - Image 57

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-09-23

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Climb higher,faster in the Air Force.

As an Air Force officer your career will take
off. You'll quickly get management experience that
could take years to acquire in civilian industry.
As an Air Force second lieutenant, you'll
manage people, projects and offices; you'll be in
charge, making decisions, shouldering the respon-
sibility. You'll belong to an organization dedicated
to achievement, innovation and high technology.
And as an officer you'll have the satisfaction of

knowing that your work makes a difference to
the Air Force and to your country.
Find out if you qualify. See your Air Force
recruiter or call toll-free 1-800-423-USAF (in
California 1-800-232-USAF). Better yet, send
your resume to HRS/RSAANE, Randolph
AFB, TX 78150-5421.
Aim High. Be an " -:' °
Air Force Officer. m.... ..hm.4m'

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