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Monday, July 17, 2017

Army Recruiting TV Spot: Who We Count on to Save the Day

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


U.S. Army Commercial: “Powergrid”




Published on Nov 28, 2016

To be part of this team, it takes more than being tough. It takes more than being smart. It takes the world to step up when the stakes are highest. And the skills to prevail when needed most.

See if you have what it takes to join the team that makes a difference: www. goarmy.com/team.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

YEP, only minorities. Minorities do it all. And so well too.

Joshua Sinistar said...

Your slow moving container ship just sank my Battleship!

Diversity. Not like skills or ability, just a buzzword to tell da folks when they go broke. The future will not be televised. Reality beez waciss and sheeit.

Anonymous said...

19 seconds into the video there is apparently a white face. Doing something menial probably and not making decisions.

jeigheff said...

A couple years, ago, I saw an Army or Marine recruiting poster at Dobie Mall on the UT campus. (I know that Army vs. Marine is an important difference. But I can't remember which branch was advertised on the poster. Maybe it doesn't matter.) The poster was a sight to see.

The poster included a heavily-doctored photo. A black female NCO with an angry look on her face was obviously telling her white cracker recruits how things were and what to do. The recruits gazed up at her with neutral expressions on their faces, indicating that they were subservient. She stood above, they stood below.

Really makes a young white guy, or any guy, want to join the military, huh?