7/31/2012 - JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH (AFNS) -- Each year, thousands of men and women join the U.S. Air Force. Now, those Airmen have the opportunity to tell their stories in their own videos known as "Airmen Stories."
The videos will give potential Air Force recruits a chance to hear Airmen share their personal stories firsthand, unscripted and unrehearsed, according to Brig. Gen. Balan Ayyar, Air Force Recruiting Service commander.
Airmen are free to talk about what they like about the Air Force, what they've learned about themselves and how the Air Force has helped them meet their goals.
Airmen Stories may be featured on such social media as the AFRS Facebook page, the Airmen Stories YouTube page or other venues.
7/31/2012 4:24:08 PM ET I retired from USAF in 1970 and have nothing but good to say about the Air Force. I had some difficult times when I first entered the USAF, but once I got myself straigened out the rest of my career was one good thing after another. The AF helped me complete my high school education and put me thru college. They made it possible for me to start graduate school before I retired.Leo Ruffing