AFRTS was "born" May 26, 1942, in a directive that established the Armed Forces Radio Service.
Today, while AFRTS is the headquarters of American military radio and television operations overseas, the audience knows their radio and TV services simply as AFN: the American Forces Network. AFN uses satellite technology and digital compression to provide eight television and 12 radio services, and nine streaming Internet radio services to military audiences in more than 170 countries and U.S. territories, as well as to U.S. Navy ships afloat around the world.
 

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For questions and comments email us. Let us know if you want to be a part of this celebration.

who we are...

Ruth Newton
AFRTS: 1975-1999
Mary Carnes
AFRTS: 1981 - 2012
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We are no longer affiliated with AFRTS, AFN, or any part of the DMA. We just want to keep in touch with alumni and post activities they might be able to participate in out here in southern California

Proudly Created By Your Reunion Team

Mary Carnes

AFRTS: 1981 - 2012

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